The Humane Rescue Alliance visited Capitol Hill offices to snap pictures of senators and representatives with their pets. See photos.
Rep. Glenn Grothman, R-Wisc., with Todd, who belongs to his communication director, Bernadette Green. Todd is believed to be a Siberian husky/Pekingese/miniature dachshund mix. He was adopted from a shelter in Atlanta and was named after NFL player Todd Gurley. Todd spells his last name “Grrrrly.” (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
WASHINGTON — It’s a famous saying often attributed to President Harry Truman: If you want a friend in Washington, get a dog.
Or a cat works, too.
Lawmakers from both houses of Congress and both sides of the aisle have clearly taken that advice to heart.
The Humane Rescue Alliance, visited Capitol Hill offices to snap pictures of senators and representatives with their beloved four-legged friends and the pets of some of their staff members.
To find out more about adopting your own new best friend, visit the Humane Rescue Alliance website.
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