Four-Legged Protesters Support the Women's March in the Best Way

Posted by Amber King

Female, male, human, and canine, supporters of all shapes and breeds took part in the Women's March this past weekend.

One day after Donald Trump accepted the oath of office and become the nation's 45th president, more than a million people laced up their walking shoes in support of women's rights. The Washington D.C. Women's March led the pack, but sister marches took place in all 50 states. With reproductive rights at the top of the agenda, people from all over spoke out in peaceful protest.

They dressed up, carried signs with witty slogans, and made speeches. Women made up the majority of the crowd, but other demographics also showed up to lend support. Amid throngs of women, men, and children, four-legged protesters made their mark.

They held nothing back.

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And marched with their own signs.

I almost forgot about this little guy. ?#BulldogsAgainstBigots #WomensMarch

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They helped spread an overall message about equality.

history has its eyeeeeeees on youuuuu (creds to dogspotting group on fb) #womensmarch ?

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The best protesters included a good dog pun.

#womensmarch #baltimore

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Pups that couldn't make it to a march showed their support from home.

Even a few cats joined in.

??????????? #notyourstograb #pussiesagainstthepatriarchy #womensmarch

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All across the nation, puppy protesters marched in solidarity.

Making our way to the march this morning! #womensmarch #womensmarchonwashington #goldendoodle

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And they looked adorable doing it.

Did you and your pet participate in a march? Let us know in the comments!

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Four-Legged Protesters Support the Women's March in the Best Way