A landscaper for most of his life, Jose Arias knows his way around a CAT construction loader. So when the 31-year-old owner of Green Forest Landscaping thought he heard a faint mewing sound coming from inside the machinery late in the afternoon at a work site in Draper, Utah, on August 9th, he knew exactly
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Maybe not so ridiculous: Cats must wear bells in Creskill, New Jersey, so birds are warned of their approach. By: B@rberousse We all know not to speed through stop signs or run red lights. We know not to steal things, trespass or drive around with our taillights out. The laws we follow day in and day
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It’s hard to keep a cat entertained for a few seconds, but cat dad Chris Poole has found a way to keep his kitties amused for minutes. MINUTES! The secret? Cardboard boxes. Cat lovers know felines have a weakness for boxes, often choosing them over toys designed specifically for cats. Poole, proud papa to Cole
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Exercise. It’s widely touted as the healthiest thing you can do for yourself and your pets. But let’s be honest: It sucks. There is nothing fun about waking up at the crack of dawn and doing painful things that make you sweat. Now, most dogs actually enjoy walks. But there are some who would rather
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Trap-neuter-release helps keep the feral cat population in check. By: Beverly Goodwin The feral cats have been gathering in Sue’s backyard for meals for 10 years now. There’s a little room on the lower level of her raised ranch; it opens on to their feeding area, and it’s where she keeps their food, plates and
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1. Key Characteristics AKC Group: Herding Height: 20–22 inches Weight: 40–60 pounds Life Expectancy: 12–15 years Bearded collies are one of the oldest British dog breeds. They are medium-sized herding dogs with long bodies and agile movement. Their large nose is black, and their medium ears are covered with hair. The eye color typically depends on the
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When a baby photographer and a litter of newborn puppies get together, something cute is bound to happen. Kelly Frankenburg is a newborn and baby photographer that works out of her home studio 11 Sixteen Photography in Richmond, Virginia. She is also an animal lover.  She, her husband Mark and their two children recently started
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If you haven’t heard enough about Clear the Shelters yet, we’re here to tell you more! The third annual pet adoption drive, presented by NBC- and Telemundo-owned stations, is happening next Saturday, Aug. 19, and PEOPLE Pet Vet Dr. Evan Antin has some advice if you’re planning to adopt a dog or cat that day.
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Titus is one lucky pup! Not only did the guys from the City of Newburgh Fire Department in New York save his life, but now they’re providing him with an even better one. The crew was recently called in to fight a fire in downtown Newburgh that had enveloped a three-story brick building with a
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Children who have suffered physical, mental and sexual abuse in Orange County, California, have found strength to testify against their accusers through the help of a Siberian husky named Patriot who also knows the pain of torment and neglect. As soon as kids see the scars that wind around the four-year-old canine’s muzzle, “they know
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Cats have been teachers for Ian Somerhalder since the beginning. The Vampire Diaries actor and soon-to-be dad got his first feline, Tiger, when he was just three years old. During their time together, Tiger was hit by a car, leading Somerhalder’s parents to spend “every dollar they had on a cat.” The orange kitty pulled through
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Retirement is treating military working dog Rick right. After faithfully dedicating six years of his life to sniffing out explosive devices and protecting our troops in South Korea, the German Shepherd is enjoying a well-deserved break, and he started his R&R time with an emotional reunion. On Tuesday, Rick reunited with his former handler, U.S. Air
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Broccoli contains cancer-fighting antioxidants. Photos by: Allison Gray/Petful This time of year is great for anyone who loves fresh fruits and veggies. Corn, carrots, beets and beans are all ripe and ready to eat. I’ve been pigging out on peaches, cucumbers and piles of crisp, fresh lettuce. Every day of the week, a farmers market
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