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Billy Eichner Wants You To Adopt One Of These Puppies In Halloween Costumes Provide a forever home for one of these adorable trick-or-treaters from The Late Show's "Rescue Dog Rescue."
Posted on Oct 30, 2017 06:00pm

Billy Eichner knows a thing or two about what it's like on the street—and he knows it's no place for puppies.

Well, maybe a quick walk to do their business. Then back inside, okay?

Billy joined Stephen Colbert on The Late Show for a special Halloween edition of "Rescue Dog Rescue," featuring adorable puppies in their trick-or-treating costumes. They're all looking for their forever homes as of the episode on Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2017. Welcome one into your family before they're stuck outside for the winter. Just imagine a puppy wandering the cold streets of New York, always looking over their shoulder in case Billy pops out to ask them a question. Please, act now.

WATCH: Late Show "Rescue Dog Rescue" With Billy Eichner



Just click on their name below, and you can adopt them through North Shore Animal League America (NSALA), the world's largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption organization. Over on the NSALA website, you can also find other lovable animals in your area and learn other ways to support the organization.


Winnie (banana costume), Adoption #: T99869
Winnie is a two-month-old female Hound mix rescued from Tennessee. Winnie weighs 13 lbs.
What we learned about her on the show: "If you adopt this little banana, everyone will find you 'appealing.' No, seriously, she releases an intoxicating pheromone that makes beautiful people want to have sex with you. Winnie says to wrap that banana."



Zero (doctor costume), Adoption #: T99870
Zero is a two-month-old female Hound mix rescued from Tennessee. Zero weighs 10 lbs.
What we learned about her on the show: "She's dressed as a doctor, but that's just a costume. In reality, she's a high-powered class action attorney with a beautiful lake house. Doctor money isn't gonna put a wine cellar in your boat is it, Zero?



Binx (shark costume), Adoption #: T99875
Binx is a two-month-old female lab mix rescued from Tennessee. Binx weighs 10 lbs.
What we learned about her on the show: "She's dressed like a shark, but ironically her favorite Stephen Spielberg movie isn't Jaws, it's Catch Me If You Can. She thinks it's a stirring meditation on the pathos at the heart of American capitalism. Seriously, she won’t shut up about it."



Max (football player costume), Adoption #: T99859
Max is a two-month-old male Hound mix rescued from Tennessee. Max weighs 8 lbs.
What we learned about him on the show: "Max is a football player who fully supports a player's right to kneel during the national anthem. 'Who takes a stand against systemic racism? You do!' But don't get too excited, he's also a global warming denier. 'Wake up, Max!' Anyway, you'll have some interesting conversations."



Chucky (Pope costume), Adoption #: T99860
Chucky is a two-month-old male Australian Shepherd mix rescued from Tennessee. Chucky weighs 10 lbs.
What we learned about him on the show: "He's not dressed as the Pope for Halloween, he's actually starring in HBO's spin-off to Young Pope, entitled Dog Pope. When he first saw the script, he wasn't sure about all the sex scenes, but eventually decided they were tasteful and necessary to the plot."



Freddy (Trump costume), Adoption #: T99872
Freddy is a two-month-old male Hound mix rescued from Tennessee. Freddy weighs 8 lbs.
What we learned about him on the show: "Don't let his Donald Trump outfit fool you—he's a passionate liberal. He's super bummed about having to wear this costume, because he wanted to be the football player. But that's what you happens when you don't show up to rehearsal, Freddy, you don't get the costume you want!"



Kenny (cheerleader costume), Adoption #: T99866
Kenny is two-month-old female Hound mix rescued from Tennessee. Penny weighs 13 lbs.
What we learned about her on the show: "'Two-Four-Six-Eight! Who won't watch you masturbate?' Also, more importantly Kenny is a specially bred hypo-allergenic-dog making him safe for everyone to cuddle with."
[Editor's note: As Stephen said on the show, these are lies about the puppies. In real life, Kenny is NOT hypo-allergenic. But Kenny IS hyper-adorable.]


"Rescue Dog Rescue" is a popular recurring segment on The Late Show. So far, all puppies who have been featured in the past have been adopted. Thank you to all who have opened your home. If you haven't adopted yet, now's a great time!

For more information, visit the North Shore Animal League America (NSALA).



Watch all-new episodes of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert weeknights at 11:35/10:35c on CBS and CBS All Access.