Shelter Dogs And Cats Join Dolly Parton Challenge And Nail It

The Dolly Parton Challenge is taking over the internet with everyone joining in on the fun, even shelter pets.

The viral challenge involves making a collage of four images of potential profile pictures for four different social media channels – LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and Tinder.

For LinkedIn the photos are more professional with many people wearing business attire. Facebook photos are more relaxed and family oriented, while Instagram are more artsy. Tinder is a dating app, so a photo that shows off one’s personality is best.

Photo: Facebook/Best Friends Animal Society

The challenge has been accepted by many celebrities and recently by Best Friends Animal Society. The nation’s largest no-kill sanctuary decided to join in the fun but with pictures of adoptable shelter pets. “Dolly Parton Challenge: Accepted! Each of our regional centers joined in the fun with one of their adoptable pets. We think they nailed this challenge, what about you? 😉 -katheryn,” posted the rescue.

Photo: Facebook/Best Friends Animal Society

Misses, described as a “chunky diva”, loves to eat and lounge on the coach. Her adorable photos showed off her polka dotted ears. She comes as a pair with a handsome boy named Mister. If you are looking for a bonded pair that are polar opposites, then you can contact Best Friends in Atlanta.

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Photo: Facebook/Best Friends Animal Society

Florence, a senior American Staffordshire Terrier mix, joined the challenge and showed off her good looks and friendly personality. She is looking for a loving home where she can snuggle with her people and for a yard to do zoomies. She is available for adoption at Best Friends Animal Society Los Angeles.

Photo: Facebook/Best Friends Animal Society

A senior Siamese cat named Valerie clearly displayed her love for lounging in her photos. She is looking for a purr-fect home where she is the only pet. Anyone interested in adopting the sweet feline is asked to contact Best Friends in Utah.

Photos: Facebook/Best Friends Animal Society

Another collage showed a small white dog and cat together and the photos were precious. Dozens of followers of the rescue posted photos of their own rescued pets in the challenge.

Dogs and cats make everything better. If you are looking to add to your family, remember to adopt not shop.

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