Month: November 2019

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Spending an afternoon or evening at your local bar or pub is always a fun time and little kitty Eli totally agrees! This cute ginger cat from Liverpool, UK, loves heading down to his local pet friendly pub, Brewdog, to hang out and enjoy a glass of lactose-free milk with his owner and favourite drinking
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Julie Jedlicka checking on a Western Bluebird nest box in a California vineyard. Photo: Laura Barrow Wouldn’t it be great if you could raise a glass of cabernet after a day of birding and know your libation’s producers care about birds as well as grapes?  We already have some bites and beverages that trace bird-friendliness to
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Volunteers are an absolutely essential component to an animal shelter’s success. Just ask any shelter director, veterinarian, or staffer. They will tell you that it would be impossible to keep up with the shelter’s demands without the help of dedicated and big-hearted volunteers. It takes a whole lotta love and hard work to keep homeless
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X Factor: Celebrity semi-finalist Vinnie Jones is under attack from animal rights campaigners over his love of hunting. They are furious the ex-­footballer is on a Saturday night ­entertainment show and stunned that anti-cruelty champ Simon Cowell is calling him “a friend”. Vinnie Jones has come under attack over his love of hunting Activists have
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Ever wish your puppy could stay small forever?  Meet Ranger — a 2-year-old German shepherd dog who tips the scale at only 17 pounds.  Ranger isn’t a “mini.” The unique dog suffers from a rare genetic mutation called pituitary dwarfism, a condition found primarily in German shepherd and wolfhound breeds. Ranger’s growth hormone deficiency leaves
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