Some 150 dogs were flown out of the state in the largest Hurricane Ian animal rescue, as shelters in Florida needed space to allow for newly displaced pets.
The video, part of a popular pet-themed trend on social media, has gained over 800,000 views on TikTok
Not every dog might be picky about their food but having a regular routine around feeding is beneficial for your pet.
"Aww, his little face when his doggy pals left," wrote one sympathetic TikTok user.
A very excited Golden Retriever attempted to jump about 20 feet to reach its owners, just back from vacation.
It didn't take Marley the Labrador long to choose his favorite toy, as owner Stacey says in the TikTok video, "You're going to take your bear. Come on then."
The clip was watched tens of thousands of times online.
Chops the English cocker spaniel's owner Jenna Barton told Newsweek he's "spoiled rotten" at home and was none too happy at being left behind.
"When he hears one of the commercials, he will sing from whatever room he is in," said Sam's owner Lin.
"It shows something that would be offensive in any other context but is funny and wholesome in this context," the dog's owner told Newsweek.
"She wanted you to be 'scared' for a second," one user said.
"He is the best baby alpaca we have ever had in our herd," said ranch owner Caren Barnett.
One viewer thought the Doberman featured was "the coolest dog ever," but another asked: ""Why does a dog need grillz?"
Boa constrictors are a commonly kept pet snake in the U.S., with 113,000 live specimens having been imported into the U.S. between 1977 and 1983.
The children's mother, who was also injured in the attack, was taken to the hospital for treatment.
"I have no idea why she looked so worried—I guess she thought I could drown?" said the cat's owner after sharing the image on Reddit.
Rory's owner, Heather Land, says she placed a framed photo of the actor beside Rory's bed, and the Frenchie stares at it "every single day."
One TikTok user said the golden retriever must have thought "if I stay low they can't see me."
The sweet relationship between a cat and a man who didn't want it has gone viral on TikTok.
One TikTok user described the clip as "the best video I have ever seen."
The animal shelter in Lake County, Florida, that took in the white German shepherd mix said, "He is recovering from his surgery, but really misses his people."
Cats can get jealous of new babies because that usually means they are no longer the center of attention.
Getting an animal out of the shelter and into a foster or adoptive home can be an effective disease management tool," Katherine Polak told Newsweek.
"I truly was really nervous the whole time at the vet," owner Haley Andrews told Newsweek. "She pretty much just said 'perhaps feed her less.'"
"There's a reason those conversations are private," said one comment on the viral Reddit post.
A cute video of a dog waiting for his drive-through Puppuccino has delighted online users.
"Owners are legally (and morally) responsible for keeping their animals under control 100% of the time," a Reddit user wrote.
Viewers were stunned at the dog's reaction with one writing: "he ain't playing about them fries" while another said: "just give them the bag"
A cute sleeping golden retriever puppy has delighted TikTok users.
"I was and still am heartbroken over this case," Theresa Sumpter, executive director of Detroit Pit Crew Dog Rescue, told Newsweek.