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7 Adorable Animals & The Non-Profits Who Love Them

7 Adorable Animals & The Non-Profits Who Love Them

Mini horses, baby pandas, sea otters. It’s impossible to not smile, while looking at any of these adorable fuzzballs, but sadly many of them are facing serious consequences because of abandonment, habitat destruction, and hunting. So, while you enjoy the cuteness below, take note of non-profits who are fighting the good fight on behalf of them. The only exception is the first non-profit, which uses mini horses to brighten the day of humans, but I couldn’t resist including them because let’s face it, mini horses are the best horses.

7 Adorable Animals & The Non-Profits Who Love Them

Non-profit: Miniature Horses Offer Real Expression
Location: Inverness, Florida
What They Do: Bring mini horses to brighten the day of veterans, hospitalized kids, and elderly people at nursing homes.
Mini Horse Fact: “Little Pumpkin” was the smallest mini horse ever recorded at a towering 14” tall.
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Non-profit: Sea Otter Foundation & Trust
Location: Broomfield, Colorado
What They Do: Ensure the survival of this endangered species in their natural habitats.
Sea Otter Fact: Sea otters hold hands while they sleep, so they don’t drift apart.
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Non-profit: VegasPigPets
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
What They Do: Educate pig owners and find homes for abandoned pigs.
Teacup Pig Fact: Many “teacup pigs” are actually just small pigs, like Esther the Wonder Pig, who was sold as a micro-pig, but grew to 670 lbs!
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Non-profit: Big Cat Rescue
Location: Tampa, Florida
What They Do: Rescue and rehabilitate exotic animals.
Big Kitty Fact: Generally, the darker a lion’s mane, the older the lion is.
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Non-profit: Happy Trails Farm Animal Sanctuary
Location: Ravenna, Ohio
What They Do: Rescue, rehabilitate, and provide an adoption program for abused, abandoned, and neglected farm animals such as horses, ponies, pot belly pigs, farm pigs, chickens, ducks, turkeys, sheep, goats, and cattle.
Cow Fact: Cows can hold grudges for years.
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Non-profit: Pandas International
Location: Littleton, Colorado
What They Do: Ensure the preservation and propagation of the endangered Giant Panda.
Giant Panda Fact: A giant panda can peel and eat a bamboo shoot in about 40 seconds.
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**Adoption Alert** Oscar and Ozzie are still waiting on a furrever home (I don’t understand why they haven’t been adopted yet though, because Oscar’s permanent head tilt is the cutest thing ever).

Non-profit: Colorado House Rabbit Society
Location: Broomfield, Colorado
What They Do: Rescue and rehabilitate homeless, abandoned house rabbits.
Bunny Fact: Bunny ears help regulate their body temperature, so those living in warmer climates have bigger ears.
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