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Pets of the Week: Bugsy

Bugsy is eagerly waiting his “furever“ home. A beautiful Boxer mix, 2-year-old Bugsy is loving, housebroken, current on all shots and gets along great with other dogs.

Truck laden with cats en route to restaurants seized

In recent years, cat meat has become more popular, leading to an increase in smuggling from China, according to local media reports.

Truck laden with cats seized en route to restaurants in Vietnam

Hanoi (dpa) - Police in Hanoi have seized a truck carrying over a ton of cats smuggled from China to sell to restaurants in northern Vietnam, authorities said Wednesday.

Shocking Video Leads To Rescue Of Dogs From Idabel Shelter

Seven dogs were rescued from the Idabel animal shelter Tuesday, after video surfaced showing a dog there eating another dog.

Cats And Dogs Are Bad Roommates

â[â¦]Dogs and cats, living together! Mass hysteria!â - Dr. Peter Venkman                

Invercargill 'cat lady' ordered to get rid of 22 cats

Invercargill woman Averil Gardiner has 21 days to dispose of 22 of the cats at her city home after a district court judge found charges against her proved yesterday.Neighbours and the Invercargill City Council have been trying since...

Monarch butterfly count rises as conservationists warn of extinction

A monarch butterfly clings to a plant at the Monarch Grove Sanctuary in Pacific Grove A tally of monarch butterflies wintering in Mexico rose to 56. 5 million this year from a record low of 34 million last year but conservationists said on Tuesday the increase was too slight to reduce the threat of extinction facing the insect. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said last month the popular orange-and-black butterfly may warrant federal Endangered Species Act protections tied to declines in cross-country migrations because of farm-related habitat loss. Sarina Jepsen, endangered species director for the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation, said scientists had predicted that favorable weather in the butterfly's breeding grounds in the U.S. Midwest and elsewhere would result in more monarchs migrating to Mexico this year than the 56.5 million estimated this week by the Mexican government and that country's chapter of the World Wildlife Fund.

Dozens of cats and dogs seized from Lockport animal activist’s homes

LOCKPORT – City resident Bobbie Mael called herself an animal rescuer as the executive director of the Eastern Niagara Animal Welfare Alliance. This past month she had even sought to take over rescue efforts for the City of Lockport.

Dogs taken out of Idabel shelter; now in Tulsa

The Idabel Animal Shelter relinquished nearly all of its dogs Tuesday. The dogs were taken exactly two weeks after a video surfaced online showing a pitbull eating a dead dog inside an Idabel kennel.

Averil Gardiner found guilty, must get rid of cats

An Invercargill woman with more than 20 cats on her property has been convicted of failing to reduce the number of animals and creating a nuisance - and given 21 days to reduce the number of cats to three.

Broward temples bless pets

Both Temple Beth El of Hollywood and Temple Dor Dorim of Weston has one unique popular feature that few South Florida congregations have. For 24 years at Temple Beth El and 19 years at Temple Dor Dorim, the blessing of the animals has been performed annually in respect to the many pets that...

More than 40 dogs missing from North Texas homes in two months

Everyone seems to be baffled by the disappearance of more than 40 dogs from their North Texas homes in the past couple months.

Americans Could Spend $703 Million on Their Pets This Valentine’s Day

Nothing says "I love you" like a diamond collar

Show off your dog's big heart in the 'Big Paws, Big Heart' event

Pets Fur People celebrates a month of love this February with our Big Paws Big Heart event.Activities kick off with a Facebook Valentine Photo Contest beginning February 1 and running through Valentine's Day, February 14. 

Pets of the Week: 3 Chihuahua mix puppies

Our Pets of the Week on Tuesday, Jan. 27 are three 2-month-old Chihuahua mix puppies. Please give them good homes!

Pets Best Celebrates 10 Years of Protecting Dogs and Cats

2015 Marks Pet Insurance Agency’s 10th Anniversary (PRWeb January 27, 2015) Read the full story at

Dogs seized in York Co. fighting bust 'learning to trust humans again'

Tuesday, the sheriff's office said the pit bulls "are enjoying their rest and relaxation, along with their full bellies!"

Pets living the high life - at a price

Owners pay through the nose to keep animals happy while they take a break

The "Big Dogs" of Illinois Municipal Government

At, we have completed our annual “Big Dogs” salary report of municipal government. The results are the most stunning ever… 52 city and village managers out-earn every governor of the 50 states. School district treasurers are hauling in up to $485,000. Rank-and-file county employees are racking up $260,000 with massive [...]

Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 1-27

Dogs remain available at the Lucas County Canine Care & Control Office, 410 South Erie St., Toledo. For information, call 419-213-2800.

San Francisco Zoo offers spurned lovers cockroach, scorpion adoptions

A Certificate of Adoption with a box of fake cockroaches is pictured in this undated handout photo provided by the San Francisco Zoo (Reuters) - The San Francisco Zoo is giving the spurned and broken-hearted a new reason to mark Valentine's Day - the chance to adopt a giant scorpion or hissing cockroach named after a heart-trampling ex. "When you think about the detritus of your love life this Valentine's Day, consider adopting a Madagascar hissing cockroach for your ex," the San Francisco Zoo said on its donation page of Monday's promotion. For those suffering the sting of rejection, the zoo recommends the giant hairy scorpion.

20 bomb-sniffing dogs from US to secure APEC meet

At least 20 bomb-sniffing dogs from the US will be used to secure some 22 heads of state during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meeting in Manila in November. Ronald Dizon, Philippine National Police (PNP) US anti-terrorism assistance program (UTAP) program manager, said the dogs are trained and ready to render security duty. Twenty-two police officers will start a seven-week ...

Like humans, dogs can get Alzheimer’s and become disoriented and agitated

© Deborah Pendell/Getty Images Zeigfield waddled, rather than walked, into my examination room.

15 Dogs Found At Abandoned Home In Binghampton

15 dogs were found at an abandoned Binghampton home early Saturday afternoon.

See the Cats-vs.-dogs Super Bowl Sunday ad today

From brain-devouring zombies in "The Walking Dead" to crime-scene bloodshed on "CSI," special-effects wizard Sam Nicholson has delivered gore galore to television viewers. But he says nothing has personally affected him more than the commercial he made for Super Bowl Sunday.

Bobby Valentine to Speak at Rock Cats Hot Stove Luncheon

New Britain, CT- The New Britain Rock Cats Baseball Club, the Double-A Eastern League Affiliate of the Colorado Rockies has announced that baseball legend Bobby Valentine has been added as a guest speaker at the Rock Cats Hot Stove Luncheon this Thursday, January 29, 2015 (12:00 PM-2:00 PM) at Gershon Fox Ballroom (old G-Fox Building at 960 Main Street) in downtown Hartford.

Matthew Reilly writes action-packed 'Great Zoo of China'

This book cover image released by Gallery Books shows "The Great Zoo of China," by Matthew Reilly. (AP Photo/Gallery Books) "The Great Zoo of China" (Gallery), by Matthew Reilly

Metra hopes to give pets-on-board a trial run

Responding to thousands of people who signed petitions, Metra wants to allow pets on trains on the Rock Island District line for a three-month trial.

Entrepreneur’s pet protection center takes shape in Iwate

Ayumi Tanaka is crazy about pets. Ever since she was a child, she has pondered the problem of the thousands of stray dogs and cats that get put down every year and has wondered how she might help to save them.

'Water for Elephants' Musical Eyes Broadway

Sara Gruen's best-selling novel was previously adapted into a 2011 film starring Reese Witherspoon, Robert Pattinson and Christoph Waltz.

Obama to propose protecting U.S. Arctic wildlife refuge from drilling

U.S. President Barack Obama speaks during a visit to the University of Kansas in Lawrence By Julia Edwards WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama will call on Congress to expand protection of Alaska's Arctic refuge where oil and gas drilling is prohibited to 12 million acres (5 million hectares), an area that includes 1.4 million oil-rich acres along the coast. The proposal, unveiled by the Interior Department on Sunday, ran into instant criticism from Republicans and will likely face an uphill battle in Congress, where Republicans now control both chambers. The wilderness designation, the highest level of federal protection under which oil and gas drilling is banned, would be extended to a total of 19.8 million acres (8 million hectares) under the proposal, the Interior Department said. Republicans kicked off the new Congress earlier this month with a bill to approve the Keystone XL pipeline to help move Canadian tar sands oil to refineries on the U.S. Gulf Coast.

After 44 years, Miami orca may edge closer to freedom

Lolita the Killer Whale is seen between shows at the Miami Seaquarium By Zachary Fagenson MIAMI (Reuters) - Lolita, a killer whale that has lived in a tank at Miami's Seaquarium for 44 years, could move a step closer to freedom this week. After decades of campaigning, animal rights activists hope U.S. officials will include the orca on a list of endangered whales that frequent the waters where she was captured, off Washington state. About 1,000 protesters gathered outside Miami Seaquarium this month to demand the release of Lolita, who performs in shows seven days a week and was the subject of the 2003 video documentary "Lolita: Slave to Entertainment." Officials at Miami Seaquarium, where the orca has lived since 1970, say the release plan is dangerous and Lolita would not survive in the wild after so many years in captivity. "This is a non-releasable animal," said curator Robert Rose.

Ivory mafia: how criminal gangs are killing Africa's elephants

Hundreds of Kenyans join conservationists and activists for a march demanding action to stop soaring rhino and elephant poaching, on October 4, 2014 in Nairobi Shortly before 11 am on the last Saturday in May, a heavily laden white Mitsubishi truck pulled into the Fuji Motors East Africa car dealership in an industrial neighbourhood on the northern edge of Mombasa. When Kenyan police officers raided the car lot five days later, they refused a bribe of five million shillings ($55,000, 49,000 euros), seized the ivory and arrested two men. The bust was one of the biggest in the country's history but the suspected mastermind, Feisal Mohamed Ali, aged 46, had escaped. Ali was "alleged to be the ringleader of an ivory smuggling ring in Kenya" according to Interpol, and in November the international police organisation listed him among the world's nine "most wanted environmental criminals".

Nearly two dozen cats seized from a Md. home, then euthanized touches off a furor

Renetta DeBlase says she took good care of her 28 cats. Animal control officers disagreed.

CATS Out of The Bag, Crawling Around ISS for Science Down Below

“Robotic controllers let the CATS out of the bag!” So says NASA spokesman Dan Huot in a cool new NASA timelapse video showing in detail how CATS crawled around the space stations gangly exterior and clawed its way into its new home – topped off with a breathtaking view of our home planet that will […]

Metra might allow small pets on trains

Metra customers who want to bring their pets along for the train ride may soon be able to do so, at least on weekends.

India clears cows, dogs, dust for Obama Taj Mahal trip

An Indian worker cleans a water pond inside the grounds of the Taj Mahal, on January 21, 2015 As he scrubs the road to India's Taj Mahal on his knees for less than five dollars a day, Ramjeet beams with pride at the thought of US President Barack Obama admiring his handiwork. Ramjeet, who does not have a last name, is one of 600 cleaners mobilised in the city of Agra ahead of Tuesday's visit by the US president and First Lady Michelle Obama to the world's most famous temple of love. The streets need to be spick and span," said India's former chief archaeologist KK Mohammed, who has guided world leaders around the white marbled mausoleum. "You cannot have a VVVIP of the world come to the Taj Mahal and let him see that," Mohammed told AFP.

Ad by special-effects master pits cats vs. dogs for a cause

In this image produced on Nov. 19, 2014, provided by the Lucy Foundation, cinematographer Sam Nicholson records quarterback Jack the dog in a scene in a fanciful Cats vs. Dogs football game scheduled to appear on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015. It won't be part of the game broadcast but will be an alternative show dubbed the "Kitten Bowl" on the Hallmark Channel, three hours before the Super Bowl game on NBC. (AP Photo/Lucy Foundation, Betsy Martin) LOS ANGELES (AP) — From brain-devouring zombies in "The Walking Dead" to crime-scene bloodshed on "CSI," special-effects wizard Sam Nicholson has delivered gore galore to television viewers. But he says nothing has personally affected him more than the commercial he made for Super Bowl Sunday.

Love for Florida manatees should have limits, regulators say

Snorkelers interact with a Florida Manatee inside of the Three Sisters Springs in Crystal River, Florida By Letitia Stein CRYSTAL RIVER, Fla. (Reuters) - On winter days, Florida manatees flock by the hundreds to the balmy waters of Three Sisters Springs, drawing crowds of snorkelers and kayakers to the U.S. sanctuary, where people may swim with the endangered species. "It's kind of a madhouse," said Kimberly Sykes, assistant manager of the Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge, which includes Three Sisters Springs. "People are just bumping into manatees, because they can't see them." Manatees flock to warm water sites when temperatures in other places fall below 68 degrees Fahrenheit (20 degrees Celsius). While they want to preserve an experience that has created countless lovers of the species, they also want to protect the manatees, a beloved state symbol in Florida.

Discovery of larval Missouri River pallid sturgeon heralded

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The discovery of two lab-confirmed tiny pallid sturgeons in the Missouri River near St. Louis offers fresh proof the endangered species descending from the dinosaur era is reproducing, the Army Corps of Engineers said Tuesday.

India counts more wild tigers, credits conservation

In this Saturday, April 26, 2014, file photo, a Royal Bengal tiger prowls in Sunderbans, at the Sunderban delta, about 130 kilometers (81 miles) south of Calcutta, India. India's latest tiger census shows a sharp increase in the number of endangered cats in the wild, raising hopes that conservation efforts are working. (AP Photo/Joydip Kundu, File) NEW DELHI (AP) — India's latest tiger census shows a sharp increase in the number of the endangered cats in the wild, raising hopes that conservation efforts are working, officials said Tuesday.

Billy Burke to play a vet on CBS drama 'Zoo'

Billy Burke has joined the CBS adaptation of James Patterson's novel "Zoo." The actor seen in the "Twilight" movies and on the NBC series "Revolution" has landed a recurring role on "Zoo," the new drama series set to join "Extant" and "Under the Dome" on CBS this summer. The ecologist Chloe Tousignant and the biologist Jackson Oz attempt to solve the mystery of the animal violence before it's too late. Known for playing Bella's father in the "Twilight" franchise and Miles Matheson on the now canceled sci-fi series "Revolution," Billy Burke will play Mitch, a large-animal veterinarian who prefers the company of his patients to human interaction. The actor joins James Wolk ("Mad Men"), who was announced earlier in the lead as Jackson Oz, and French actress Nora Arnezeder, who will play Chloe Tousignant.

Watch Dogs 2 Must Take Risks, Says Creative Director

Watch Dogs 2 Must Take Risks, Says Creative Director Ubisoft's Jonathan Morin says new project must remain ambitious.

Kentucky investigation clears horse trainer of abuse allegations

(Reuters) - A racing Hall of Fame-nominated horse trainer was cleared by Kentucky gaming officials on Thursday of abuse allegations leveled against him by animal-rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission said in a report published on its website that PETA's claims that Steve Asmussen, his top assistant, Scott Blasi, and other staff had administered various performance enhancing and pain-masking drugs to horses and used electric shock paddles on them were unfounded. "When first reading the allegations and viewing the video, concern was raised," the report said. "After a thorough and rigorous investigation, no evidence of a rule violation was found." Asmussen's nomination to the Hall of Fame was tabled last March while the Kentucky and New York state racing commissions conducted investigations, after PETA posted a video online that was recorded by an undercover investigator working for Asmussen.

Eight-foot alligator found at L.A. home suspected of eating cats

Handout photo of eight foot alligator taken from home by Los Angeles Animal Control Department By Michael Fleeman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - An 8-foot alligator was found next to the carcasses of two cats in the back yard of a suburban Los Angeles home where the reptile had been living illegally since the 1970s, authorities said on Thursday. Animal control officers armed with a search warrant discovered the alligator, estimated to be about 40 years old, in a closed box with the cat remains at the home in Van Nuys, Los Angeles Animal Services Commander Mark Salazar said. Salazar said Animal Services was conducting a full criminal investigation and called on any residents in the area who have lost small pets at "any time over the last 40 years” to contact the department. Keeping wild animals without a permit is illegal in Los Angeles.

Want to discuss cats or novels? Haruki Murakami will answer

FILE - In this Feb. 15, 2009 file photo, novelist Haruki Murakami of Japan reacts before receiving the Jerusalem award during the International Book Fair in Jerusalem. Starting Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015, author Murakami will be taking questions and responding as best as he can for the next two weeks on a website set up by Shinchosha Publishing Co, Ltd. The best-selling novelist and perennial candidate for a Nobel Prize in literature, Murakami is notoriously publicity-shy. But he wants some virtual interaction with his readers, says his publisher Shinchosha. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue, File) TOKYO (AP) — If you are troubled, lost in life or just feel like discussing cats and Japanese baseball, visit "Mr. Murakami's Place" online. Starting Thursday, author Haruki Murakami is taking questions and responding as best as he can for the next two weeks.

CBS' 'Zoo' Admits Kristen Connolly, Billy Burke

They'll join star James Wolk in the summer drama based on the book by James Patterson.

Groups to sue U.S. to stop killing of Yellowstone-area grizzlies

Wildlife advocates notified the Obama administration on Wednesday that they planned to sue to prevent the deaths of grizzly bears in the Yellowstone area tied to elk hunting and livestock grazing on public lands in northwest Wyoming. The Sierra Club and Western Watersheds Project say the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service violated provisions of the Endangered Species Act by permitting as many as four grizzlies to be killed in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming because of an elk hunt there and as many as 11 in the Bridger-Teton National Forest, where bears sometimes prey on livestock on grazing allotments.

'Paw-paparazzi' take note: World Dog Awards honor star pets

This Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015 photo Duke a 7 year old Great Pyrenees who was elected mayor In Cormorant, Minn. lounges on a couch with David Rick during the 2015 World Dog Awards at the Barker Hanger in Santa Monica. Awards season in Hollywood has begun. For at least one show, though, there will be no "Lights, Camera, Action," no tables to maneuver around, no long speeches and no seat fillers. That's because the show and nearly every award in it is going to the dogs. Canine winners, along with a few humans and a cat, will be presented with golden fire hydrant statuettes. Dogs will lounge on sofas and overstuffed chairs in front of the stage. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel) LOS ANGELES (AP) — Awards season is underway in Hollywood, but one show will roll out green turf instead of red carpet and celebrate achievements like best mutt instead of best actor.

Two endangered monkeys die at Louisiana zoo after being left out in cold

A month-old cotton-top Tamarin monkey is seen with its parents at their enclosure in the Biblical Zoo in Jerusalem By Jonathan Kaminsky NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - Two monkeys belonging to a species that is critically endangered died at a Louisiana zoo after they were left out overnight in the cold by a caretaker, officials said on Wednesday. The cotton-top Tamarins, weighing less than a pound and distinguishable by their shock of white hair, were among three that were kept outside overnight last week in temperatures that dipped into the 30s Fahrenheit at the Alexandria Zoo in central Louisiana. One of the monkeys survived, officials with the city of Alexandria, which owns the zoo, said. ...

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