Bryan Cranston Cuddles Puppies On The Late Show's "Rescue Dog Rescue" Stephen and Bryan dogsplain the backstories of these adorable, adoptable puppies.
Posted on Mar 20, 2017 05:00pm

Throughout his career, Bryan Cranston has peddled narcotics in Breaking Bad, taken on the government as a communist screenwriter in Trumbo, and made a cameo as a 2003 version of himself in The Disaster Artist; but, perhaps, his cutest role is his latest.

On Monday, Bryan scooped up some cuddly puppies in The Late Show's oh-so-adorable segment, "Rescue Dog Rescue," which showcases some of the dogs available for adoption through the North Shore Animal League America (NSALA).

Meet some of the pooches (and one fuzzy feline) up for adoption:

Grace: 8–10 weeks, Hound mix

Sterling: 8–10 weeks, Shepherd/Terrier mix

Scout: 8–10 weeks, Hound mix

Ginger: 8–10 weeks, Shepherd/American/Pitbull/Terrier mix

Poppy: 8–10 weeks, Shepherd mix

Lady: 8–10 weeks, Hound mix

Brody: 8–10 weeks, Hound mix

Nettie: 8–10 weeks, Lab mix

Columbus: 7 months, Domestic Short Hair

For more information about the NSALA or how to adopt these animals, please visit their website at

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