LifestylePets 6 dogs heading to Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue to find forever homes By Meghan Giannotta firstname.lastname@example.org Updated July 27, 2016 3:54 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Is this the weekend you take home a new furry BFF? Six dogs, ranging from age 5 through 18, are on their way to Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue after losing their owner. Nancy C. Kenfield, a longtime supporter of Badass’ Alabama partners Selma Animal Shelter and Wannabe Rescued, took in each of the dogs, according to the shelter. With her passing, these adoptive siblings have found themselves without homes again. Badass’ rescue team is packing up puppy suitcases with toys and treats and bringing the dogs to Brooklyn in hopes that they won’t stay companionless for long. They’ve all been named after the celebrities who play characters in the Universal Pictures film “The Secret Life of Pets.” Do their names match their characters’ personalities? You can meet them at Badass Brooklyn when they arrive this weekend and find out. Badass hopes these pups will find homes quickly. If your landlord isn’t thrilled with the idea of you bringing home six dogs, they can be adopted separately. If you're interested in adopting, or want to know more about these dogs, visit badassbk.com. Ellie Kemper Photo Credit: Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue If your typical Saturday afternoon consists of Netflix binges and long naps, you'll get along great with Ellie. The senior dog, a former mother figure to the group, naturally loves relaxing and being with other dogs. She's a terrier mix. Louis C.K. Photo Credit: Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue A lap, bed, sofa -- as long as it's soft and comfy, it doesn't matter to Louis. This 5-year-old chihuahua mix will be just as loyal to you as he is to the couch. Bobby Moynihan Photo Credit: Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue Bobby (aka the professional lapdog) has lots of love to give. The senior is the type of dog that thrives off attention and affection. Lake Bell Photo Credit: Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue This senior Chinese crested mix hardly ever left her late owner's side. She's not super active, but will enjoy the occasional walk around the block with you in Brooklyn. Hannibal Buress Photo Credit: Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue Hannibal Buress is one funny pup, which might have something to do with the comedian he's named after. The 6-year-old terrier mix will have no problem cheering you up after a long day. Eric Stonestreet Photo Credit: Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue Eric's eyes say it all. He's timid, affectionate and loyal. The 5-year-old terrier mix was first rescued by the Selma Animal Shelter in 2011. By Meghan Giannotta email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.