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More than 70 cats removed from Dunwoody home

More than 70 cats were removed from a Dunwoody home Wednesday morning, two years after 50 cats were removed from the same residence, according to police.

45 sick cats found in New Scotland

Two town women were charged with improperly caring for their pets after the Albany County Sheriff's Office found 45 cats living in what it called deplorable conditions. On Sept. 23, the sheriff's office was contacted by a staff member at the Delmar Animal Hospital who was concerned about five cats the facility had euthanized for the Stannards since August.

Jacksonville teen with 2 maimed cats in a bag arrested in separate case of torching another pet

A 14-year-old boy caught with two crippled cats in a bag was arrested Monday in a separate case where Camus the cat was set ablaze outside a home on West Ninth Street in Springfield.

Cats settle for conference split

The Columbia Falls boys soccer team split the bill last week, dropping Polson 2-0 at home Sept. 25 but losing to Whitefish 4-1 on the road Sept. 27.

Cats fall to Dogs in conference battle

The Columbia Falls football team’s high-powered offense stumbled in the first half, and their defense had a tough time getting to the quarterback in their 20-15 loss to conference rival Whitefish away Sept. 26.

Safe Halloween Fun With Pets

Including pets in your family's Halloween festivities can be a fun addition to your celebration. However, with all the excitement comes the chance for pets to get into danger or trouble. You can head off ...

Half of Earth's Wildlife Lost Since 1970, Report Finds

Half of Earth's Wildlife Lost Since 1970, Report Finds Wildlife populations have been cut in half over the past four decades, a new report shows. The number of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish on Earth dropped by 52 percent from 1970 to 2010, according to the World Wildlife Fund's newly released Living Planet Report. The findings are based on the Living Planet Index, which is a database maintained by the Zoological Society of London to track more than 10,000 representative populations of vertebrates (animals with a backbone).

Aquamation Dignifies Pets With An Eco-Friendly Alternative To Cremation

The term alkaline hydrolysis is far from being a household name, but Aquamation – as the process is branded and colloquially known – is a word that could soon hold relevance for pet owners and veterinarians in the Santa Monica area. All pet owners face the inevitable day when arrangements must be made for saying goodbye. Peaceful Pets Aquamation is now offering an alternative to burial or ...

Pets rescued from Westmoreland house fire

Several family pets were rescued from a blaze Wednesday that caused moderate damage to a home along Route 130 in Unity Township. “No one was ...

ROBBINSVILLE: Saving pets one lick at a time

ROBBINSVILLE — Making the decision to euthanize a pet is difficult, especially when the beloved animal can be saved by medical care that the family simply can’t afford.

World's first microbe 'zoo' opens in Amsterdam

World's first microbe 'zoo' opens in Amsterdam The world's first "interactive microbe zoo" opened in Amsterdam on Tuesday, shining new light on the tiny creatures that make up two-thirds of all living matter and are vital for our planet's future.

Bristol residents are pawsitively brilliant after raising over £ 3,300 for pet rehoming centres

Organised by Support Adoption For Pets in conjunction with Pets at Home, the annual fundraising drive aims to raise awareness and money for local animal rescues across the UK. Customers at the Bristol Pets at Home stores raised a grand total of £3,358.08 over the four week campaign, which will go to help Bristol DAWG, Bristol Dogs & Cats Home and Bristol & Wales Cat Rescue.

Missing Cats Spur Concerns Of Coyotes in South Lakeland

Residents of neighboring communities in South Lakeland are looking for answers after a number of pet cats have gone missing.

Elderly Man Accused Of Hoarding Dozens Of Dogs

More than 20 dogs and one cat were seized  in Scioto County in a case investigators are calling animal hoarding.

Protected areas offer glimmers of hope for wildlife

A family of white rhinos is seen on August 7, 2014, at the Ol Jogi rhino sanctuary approximately 300 kilometres north of Nairobi, Kenya Paris (AFP) - National parks and other protected areas offer hope for threatened species at a time of plunging wildlife numbers, conservationist group WWF said Tuesday, but their success has not been universal.

Teen helps Valley homeless and their pets

Megan Hansen volunteers for “Caring Hearts for Homeless Pets and Their Owners” helping those on the streets. If you want to help the cause, go to:                

From Shelter Dogs to Super Stars at the Dog Agility World Championships

DALLAS, Sept. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- With nearly 900 dogs competing at the Cynosport® World Games Dog Agility Championships Oct.  15 – 19 at the Morgan Hill Outdoor Sports Center in California, approximately 25 percent of the dogs vying to become the next World Champion were either adopted from an animal shelter or rescue group. To help celebrate ASPCA's Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, here are a ...

Peter Calder: Dogs give a meaning to prison life

A well-trained dog is a beautiful sight, don't you think? In some parts of Auckland, it's a rarer sight than a unicorn but at Auckland Women's Prison at Wiri, they've got eight.I met six of them - Keaton, Franklin, JR, Remy, Pilot...

Pets of the Week: Shepherd mix puppies Charlene, Arlene, Bud

Our Pets of the Week on Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014, are three shepherd-mix puppies named Charlene, Arlene and Bud. Please give them a good home!

Mitch Clark chooses Cats

Melbourne forward Mitch Clark has told the Demons he wants a trade to Geelong rather than Collingwood.

Dolphins Can Sense Magnets, Study Suggests

Dolphins can now add magnetic sense to their already impressive resume of abilities, new research suggests. The animals may use their magnetic sense to navigate based on the Earth's magnetic field, the researchers said. A number of different animals are thought to possess this magnetic sense, called "magnetoreception," including turtles, pigeons, rodents, insects, bats and even deer (which are related to dolphins), said Dorothee Kremers, an animal behavior expert at the University of Rennes, in France, and co-author of the study published today (Sept. 29) in the journal Naturwissenschaften. "Inside the ocean, the magnetic field would be a very good cue to navigate," Kremers told Live Science.

Wildlife populations plummet for 3,000 species

WWF's new Director General Marco Lambertini speaks during a press conference, where he presented the Living Planet Report 2014 at the European headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014. "There is no room for complacency," said Lambertini, calling for a greater focus on sustainable solutions to the impacts that people are inflicting on nature, particularly through the release of greenhouse gases. (AP Photo/Keystone, Salvatore Di Nolfi) GENEVA (AP) — About 3,000 species of wildlife around the world have seen their numbers plummet far worse than previously thought, according to a new study by one of the world's biggest environmental groups.

Wildlife numbers halved over past four decades: WWF

A sand tiger shark swims in an aquarium in Germany Paris (AFP) - Wildlife numbers have plunged by more than half in just 40 years as Earth's human population has nearly doubled, a survey of over 3,000 vertebrate species revealed on Tuesday.

Nicole Scherzinger: From Pussycat Doll to ‘Cats’ at the West End

The hit Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Cats gets a new cast member: Nicole Scherzinger. Cats returns to the West end in December for a 12-week run at the Palladium Theatre. In the musical, Scherzinger will play Grizabella. On Cats’ official …

45 dogs dead, 48 alive after North Las Vegas fire

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A weekend fire that tore through a North Las Vegas home with 93 small dogs — more than 15 times the maximum number of canines allowed in a house by the city — killed 45 of them and injured one man.

Global wildlife populations down by half since 1970: WWF

By Tom Miles GENEVA (Reuters) - The world populations of fish, birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles fell overall by 52 percent between 1970 and 2010, far faster than previously thought, the World Wildlife Fund said on Tuesday. The conservation group's Living Planet Report, published every two years, said humankind's demands were now 50 percent more than nature can bear, with trees being felled, groundwater pumped and carbon dioxide emitted faster than Earth can recover. ...

McSherrystown hopes that cats can get adopted

McSherrystown officials hope to be able to rid their town of excess cats by sending them to the Adams County SPCA for potential adoptions.

More than 40 dogs killed in North Las Vegas house fire

The property is reportedly owned by a local councilman.

41 dogs dead, 52 survive North Las Vegas house fire; man inside was in stable condition

At least 41 dogs died and 52 survived in a weekend fire at a small home owned by a city councilman in a suburb of Las Vegas, authorities said Monday.

Nicole Scherzinger lands Cats role

Pop singer and X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger is to make West End debut in Andrew Lloyd Webber's record-breaking musical Cats.

Church collects pet food and donations for Pets in Poverty

This is the 5th year in a row the Church of St. Andrew has held this event.

Cardinals, Tigers win divisions; playoff matchups set

MLB: Minnesota Twins at Detroit Tigers (Reuters) - The St. Louis Cardinals and Detroit Tigers locked up division titles on Sunday, the last day of the regular season, while the Oakland Athletics earned a wild-card berth into the postseason. The Cardinals secured top spot in the National League Central when the second-placed Pittsburgh Pirates lost to the Cincinnati Reds. St. Louis will play the NL West champion Los Angeles Dodgers in a best-of-five Division Series that starts on Friday. ...

Dolphins rout winless Raiders in NFL return to London

Miami Dolphins' Lamar Miller is tackled by Oakland Raiders' Kaluka Maiava during the first half of their NFL football game at Wembley Stadium in London By Nigel Hunt LONDON (Reuters) - The Miami Dolphins romped to a 38-14 victory over the woeful and winless Oakland Raiders as the National Football League returned to London's Wembley Stadium on Sunday. Oakland showed early promise, starting with a 74-yard drive capped by a three-yard touchdown pass from rookie quarterback Derek Carr to tight end Brian Leonhardt. But from then on it was one-way traffic and by the end of the third quarter the Dolphins had an unassailable 38-7 lead and Carr had left the game with an ankle/knee injury. ...

UK Firefighters Save Over 100 Pets From a House on Fire

Over 100 pets, including dogs, cats, parrots and iguanas have been saved by firefighters after a blaze broke out at a British couple's three-bedroom home that also killed four pets in Southampton.

Yes, Dogs Can Get Jealous Too

A new study offers scientific backing to a long-reported anecdotal phenomenon. But canine envy is a little different from the human kind.

Pets dying on flights: Airlines offer only partial picture of animal safety

Since 2010, at least 62 animals died or were lost or hurt while traveling on Alaska Airlines, a tally that makes the Seattle-based company one of the nation’s leading carriers for reported pet mishaps in recent years.

Pet Owners Look to Muzzle Police Who Shoot Dogs

Bereaved owners argue that when police shoot dogs it a violates their Fourth Amendment rights

Xbox One/PS4/PC Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition Gets Gameplay Trailer

Xbox One/PS4/PC Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition Gets Gameplay Trailer Square Enix says better visuals, heavier traffic, and more pedestrians will make Hong Kong become "its own character."

Xbox One/PS4/PC Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition Gets Gameplay Trailer

Square Enix says better visuals, heavier traffic, and more pedestrians will make Hong Kong become "its own character."

California woman attacked by bear while walking dogs

By Dan Whitcomb LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A California woman was attacked by a 200-pound black bear in a rural area of central California, suffering bites, scratches and a broken rib, state fish and wildlife officials said on Thursday. The woman told authorities she briefly lost sight of her dogs when they went off the trail during a hike near the community of Carpenteria, east of Santa Barbara, California, on Monday, Department of Fish and Wildlife spokeswoman Janice Mackey said. ...

Harpist's mellow tone soothes apes at St. Paul zoo

In this Aug. 27, 2014 photo Terri Tacheny plays her harp as one of the gorillas stood nearby outside the Primate House at Como Zoo in in St. Paul, Minn. Tacheny, 57, a zoo volunteer, plays once a month for an appreciative audience that ambles down to their barrier as soon as Tacheny begins setting up her harp. She’s been doing it for nearly a decade. (AP Photo/The Star Tribune, Elizabeth Flores) ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Harpist Terri Tacheny long enjoyed taking her young daughters to Como Zoo in St. Paul, Minnesota, except for the Primate House, where she thought the gorillas, orangutans and monkeys seemed a little lethargic.

Everything you need to know about Sleeping Dogs' arrival on PS4 and Xbox One

Everything you need to know about Sleeping Dogs' arrival on PS4 and Xbox One Released in 2012 on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, Sleeping Dogs is finally making the leap to new-gen consoles next month with the release of its Definitive Edition.

Watch Dogs Bad Blood DLC Probably Not Coming to Wii U

Watch Dogs Bad Blood DLC Probably Not Coming to Wii U Ubisoft said through the official Watch Dogs Twitter, "The Wii U version will not have the DLC."

What to Watch Tonight: The Premieres of Black-ish, South Park, SVU, Survivor, Nashville, and Key & Peele

What to Watch Tonight: The Premieres of Black-ish, South Park, SVU, Survivor, Nashville, and Key & Peele What to watch on Wednesday, September 24... SEASON 29 PREMIERE, 8pm, CBS Survivor "Suck It Up and Survive" introduces the 18 new contestants who will be competing with and against their loved ones, "Blood vs. Water"-style, in Nicaragua. Exile Island is also back this season, though the far less popular Pariah Peninsula remains off the table. TIME PERIOD PREMIERE, 8pm, NBC The Mysteries of Laura "The Mystery of the Dead Date" has everything: New York's hottest night clubs, internet dating, a murder investigation, undercover mom-cops, late-'90s-esque web panic probably, and of course DJ Hewey D. Lewey, who is three ducks wearing a trenchcoat and spinning outrageous dubstep. SEASON 6 PREMIERE, 8pm, ABC The Middle Frankie's calendar snafu leads Sue and Brick to return to school a week late, because Frankie. Elsewhere in "Unbraceable You," Sue says sayonara to her braces, Brick hunts for the perfect bookbag, and Axl beats his old man on the basketball court for the first time. SEASON 2 PREMIERE, 8:30pm, ABC The Goldbergs Adam decides to express his feelings to Dana through music in "Love Is a Mixtape," but the critical cassette lands in Beverly's hands instead. In other precarious predicaments, Barry acquires and immediately loses a fake ID. SEASON 6 PREMIERE, 9pm, ABC Modern Family Life in the Dunphy home is just ducky, until Alex returns from her summer humanitarian mission in "The Long Honeymoon." Mitch and Cam are also back home, but one of them is still snugly in newlywed mode, and Gloria takes umbrage at Jay's disheveled demeanor. SEASON 16 PREMIERE, 9pm, NBC Law & Order: SVU In "Girls Disappeared," Benson acclimates to life as a foster mom as NBC apparently continues its Mom-Cop Wedenesday programming block. But her new bundle of joy is in jeopardy, according to some evidence that Amaro digs up while undercover. Meanwhile, the newbie in the squadroom gets off to a rough start. 9pm, Fox Red Band Society After Jordi's surgery takes a turn, Leo flips his lid in "Sole Searching." Elsewhere, Kara's family misses the forest for the trees as they pull out all the stops to move her up the transplant list. SERIES PREMIERE, 9:30pm, ABC Black-ish Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross star as the heads of a thriving family who fear their children may be losing touch with their roots. The opener finds Dre (Anderson) awaiting a huge promotion, grappling with a surprising announcement from his soon-to-be-teenage son, and absorbing the wisdom of his own father (Laurence Fishburne). SEASON 3 PREMIERE, 10pm, ABC Nashville Rayna arrives at both a professional and a romantic crossroads, Juliette auditions for a movie role, and Scarlett sojourns home in "That's Me Without You." Three live musical numbers, including one by Florida Georgia Line, will also be featured, each performed for both the East Coast and West Coast airings. SEASON 2 PREMIERE, 10pm, NBC Chicago P.D. Lindsay visits her mother (Markie Post) in "Call It Macaroni," but that seems to be the episode's only link to NBC's Mom-Cop Wednesday. In other business, Internal Affairs keeps a close eye on Voight, and Burgess clashes with her new partner. 10pm, FX The Bridge While Sonya deciphers Eleanor's ledger, Marco gains leverage with Fausto in "Quetzalcoatl." 10pm, FXX The League "When Rafi Met Randy" tells the heartwarming tale of how these two lovable rascals came to forge their timeless bond after meeting in a mental institution. 10pm, TNT Franklin & Bash Jared wakes up alongside Peter's mother in "Honor Thy Mother," which may be an homage to the infamous censored installment of Goofus & Gallant. On the quasi-professional front, the boys must rescue their favorite diner from closure. SEASON 18 PREMIERE, 10pm, Comedy Central South Park The boys name their new startup after Washington, DC's National Football League team, in an episode sure to calmly and genially bridge the divide over that franchise's moniker. SEASON 4 PREMIERE, 10:30pm, Comedy Central Key & Peele An alien invasion, a family adjusting to a same-sex wedding, and a couple of racists with startling views are among the comedy fodder as one of TV's sharpest sketch shows returns. LATE-NITE: – Luke Wilson and Dhani Harrison continuing George Harrison Week on Conan , 11pm, TBS – Animal rights advocate Tia Torres on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart , 11pm, Comedy Central – Bill Cosby on The Colbert Report , 11:30pm, Comedy Central – Andy Samberg, Kevin Durant, and Kenny Chesney on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon , 11:35pm, NBC – Kelly Ripa, Jim Gaffigan, and Paloma Faith on Late Show with David Letterman , 11:35pm, CBS – Patrick Dempsey, Lara Spencer, and Young Jeezy on Jimmy Kimmel Live , 11:35pm, ABC – Stephen King, James Harden and Sam Hunt on Late Night with Seth Meyers , 12:35am, NBC – Judd Apatow and Journalist Jackie Guerrido on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson , 12:37am, CBS WHAT ARE YOU WATCHING TONIGHT?

Sleeping Dogs Dev "Would Love" to Make a Sequel

Sleeping Dogs Dev "Would Love" to Make a Sequel United Front Games says it is fully focused on PC game Triad Wars right now, but "would love to continue making games in the Sleeping Dogs universe."

White tiger kills man in New Delhi zoo

(The Sept. 23 story is officially corrected to change the age of victim.) NEW DELHI (Reuters) - A white tiger mauled to death a young man in a New Delhi zoo on Thursday, an official and a witness said. Television channels broadcast closed-circuit footage of the frightened man, aged 20, inside the tiger's enclosure in the zoo that houses six white tigers, along with lions and panthers. "We are all in a complete state of shock," said Amitabh Agnihotri, the director of the National Zoological Park in the Indian capital, adding that the body was being sent for a post-mortem examination. ...

New Diablo 3 Patch Toughens Up Pets, Tweaks Adventure Mode Drops

New Diablo 3 Patch Toughens Up Pets, Tweaks Adventure Mode Drops You'll now pay more for random items from Kadala, but there is now a higher chance they'll be something of note.

White tiger kills youth at New Delhi zoo

A television frame grab from Indian news channel Headlines Today shows a white tiger on top of a youth at the Delhi Zoo in New Delhi on September 23, 2014 A white tiger on Tuesday attacked and killed a youth who apparently jumped into its enclosure at a zoo in the Indian capital.

'Sleeping Dogs' dev announces 'Triad Wars' spin-off

"Triad Wars" drops the "Sleeping Dogs" story in favor of cars, fisticuffs, and territorial control Hong Kong is back on the map at Vancouver's United Front Games as PC game "Triad Wars" lifts elements from 2012 hit "Sleeping Dogs."

Right at Home: critter comforts for older pets

In this photo provided by, folding steps like these help ease the transport of elderly pets and can be conveniently stored at home or in your vehicle. (AP Photo/ Just as there are lots of products on the market to help ease the aches, pains and mobility issues of human old age, so there is a good selection of such products for senior dogs and cats, as well.

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