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Back Country Discovery
As we passed an abandoned house, a fellow hiker said, "Ah, look at the puppies!" There were two adorable faces peeking out from the bushes.
I knew immediately the puppies had been born under the house by a very smart mamma stray…
Find Out How These Lucky Pups Made It Home »
Kitty in the Window Well
The window well was where our dryer vent came out, and being December, this cat had found a place to keep warm!
With 6 inches of snow coming, I wanted to bring him inside. My husband should have known better…
Find Out How This Lucky Cat Made It Inside »
The Coolest Cat Feeder of All Time
This amazing new cat feeding system uses facial recognition technology! See It in Action »
Scooter the Neutered Cat is the hip, new face of spaying and neutering and he's taking the animal world by storm! Learn about Scooter's campaign at GiveThemTen.org, and watch him strut his stuff in this hilarious music video!
This is so interesting! You know you've always wondered why dogs do this odd behavior, and it turns out it's not so weird - it's actually quite useful!
Today's Dog of the Day is Bella -- a pooch with a rare birth defect which prevented her esophagus from moving food from her throat to her stomach. She was unable to get the nutrition she needed, and the veterinarian told Bella's owner Jon that there was no cure. However, Jon was determined to keep his bond with Bella, so he came up with an incredible new way for her to eat her food.
As humans, we have a particular advantage when it comes to being in pain: We're able to express our issue verbally.
According to the American Pet Products Association, Americans spent roughly $55.7 billion on their pets in 2013.