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A pair of Powerball tickets that won big prizes in Monday evening’s drawing were purchased at stores in Massachusetts.
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A woman's dog went viral after it may have uttered a few words in English. The post Woman is stunned after dog seemingly asks her a question appeared first on In The Know.
A video of a rare Thai Khao Manee, also known as the diamond eye cat, has gone viral on TikTok. Uploaded by @user3026088746242 on Jan. 22, the viral video quickly reached over 1.5 million views and 127,400 likes as of this writing. The 20-second clip features a ginger Khao Manee cat on a rock.
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Abandoned Dog and Cat Named After ‘Homeward Bound’ Characters Now Eligible for Adoption as Bonded Pair
Animal lovers and movie fans alike will remember the adorable action-adventure comedy, “Homeward Bound,” a tale of furry, four-legged friends who overcome the odds. Now, an abandoned dog and cat named after two of the unforgettable characters of that 1993 feel-good movie are available for adoption as a bonded pair in Michigan. Abandoned Dog and […]
With inflation still hammering bank accounts, Americans are heading to Dollar Tree in droves. The famed discount store has been raking in massive revenue, seeing an increase in net sales of 8.1% to...
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It is common to pull into a parking lot of a restaurant or a hotel located on an Indian reservation and have a stray dog hanging around for some attention and maybe some food. Reservation dogs are real, dangerous, and sometimes deadly. It should be noted that these dogs were not stray dogs, but were owned by the homeowners.
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Bruno's affectionate head-butting, distracting bedtime cuddling, and frequent "zoomies" made him the wrong fit for his last family, but this cat's tale has a happy ending
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Sally KadaouiGRAPHIC CONTENT WARNING: The videos embedded in this story contain footage many people will find upsetting.Hundreds of stray dogs are being brutally killed in Tangier in order to impress FIFA officials who are coming to assess Morocco’s World Cup bid this week, animal rights activists have told The Daily Beast.Campaigners say the animals have been shot or poisoned on the streets of the coastal city found at the juncture of Africa and Europe. Many of the slaughtered dogs were tagged
The heroic efforts of a woman and her friend allowed a struggling dog to be saved and reunited with its owner
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Officers traveled up north last week to pick up the young pup: A rescue double doodle, a golden-labradoodle mix, they’ve named Titan.
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New Philadelphia woman offers shelters for stray cats, asking only for donations to support her efforts.
Judges say they have discovered "a star" in Peggy - Britain's newly-crowned ugliest dog.
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Jenna Bush Hager just formally introduced her new kitten, Hollywood to the TODAY family.
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Caroline Sasaki was nearly struck as a 5-foot boulder came crashing through her living room Sunday night in Honolulu
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For some time now, vets have argued that—contrary to popular belief—your dog’s breed has little to do with their aggression levels. Now, a new study has shown that your relationship with your dogs might make them more aggressive than you’d think. What Exactly Makes Dogs More Aggressive? The study, published in Applied Animal Behaviour Science, […]
Two dogs were seen ascending the stairs of the protected Mayan monument known as El Castillo, or Pyramid of Kukulcan, at the archeological site of Chichen-Itza in Yucatan, Mexico, on January 21.Footage recorded by Emily Mullender shows the unattended dogs bounding up and nearing the top of the 91 steps of the pyramid. Mullender told Storyful that the dogs "both disappeared inside the temple from the top of the stairs and didn’t reappear for a while.“There was a couple shouting in Spanish at one point but [I] couldn’t tell if they were the clear owners,” Mullender said. “The dogs looked quite well-kept so didn’t look like the underfed strays we saw everywhere else.”A local news report regarding a similar incident said that “pets are not allowed at archaeological sites in Mexico.” In December 2021, it was reported that state authorities would be working on clearing the stray dogs at Chichen-Itza. Credit: Emily Mullender via Storyful