New adoptable dogs at Texas Shelter have us falling in love

So many adorable faces that need a home!

It’s very upsetting to think of the number of cute and lovable dogs sitting in shelters awaiting adoption. It is our greatest wish that these puppies can experience the care and comfort of a loving family. Fortunately, shelter workers across the country are doing their best to adopt their boardersas this refuge does through its social networks.

CAMO Rescue is a dog shelter in Magnolia, Texas, a suburb of Houston. On their TikTok, @camouflagethey recently shared a video of some of their new dogs available for adoption to raise awareness and attract potential adopters. There are so many pretty faces in this video that you don’t want to miss it!

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Awww, these puppies are simply the cutest! We know these little guys will have no problem getting adopted, but we want it to happen as soon as possible. Heck, we wish we could adopt them all ourselves!

People in the comments couldn’t believe how adorable these dogs are. @enzoboy16 said: “All your dogs are so cute, I can’t stand it!” and @midgelopez70 commented, “You always have the cutest rescues. I want them all!” These puppies would make a great addition to any family!

Another user, @clbirchell, shared her own experience with the rescue: “You have the CUTEST puppies! I adopted my Gus from CAMO in March 2017 through Friends of Homeless Animals in Rhode Island. He looks like Mara!” It looks like this woman had a wonderful puppy from CAMO, and there are more dogs for everyone!

We are so grateful that CAMO Rescue is working to get all these awesome dogs adopted. We can’t wait for them to find their forever home so they can be spoiled as they deserve!

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Bette C. Alvarado