Monthly Archives: August 2010
Great story from Outside Magazine: Early this month, a Wisconsin woman stuck her hand down a black bear’s throat to save the bear from choking, The Lakeland Times reports. Patricia Torres, 47, woke up at 5:30am to hear a sow … Continue reading
Thanks to Teddi’s dad, Jim, for sharing this sweet video of dogs and all the love they have to share! via Dogs and Puppies.
A yellow labrador was boiled alive after jumping into a ditch with scalding-hot water from an illegal water discharge. The dog’s owner sustained third-degree burns on his lower leg when he tried to save the dog. The mint farm responsible … Continue reading
Humans have a fraught relationship with beasts. They are our companions and our laborers. We love them and cage them, admire them and abuse them. And, of course, we cook and eat them. Our dodge has always been that animals … Continue reading
Anyone who lives with animals or has observed them at any length will tell you that they can seem pretty darn smart. 2010-08-13- Recent studies confirm that they are, in diverse ways and to varying degrees. That’s the point of … Continue reading
A small dog who refused to return home until a neighbor followed her helped rescue her owner after he collapsed at home following heart surgery. Charles Mitchell said he was working in his yard last week in the Oregon wine … Continue reading
Coyotes are being spotted more in alleys and open spaces, attracted to things like open garbage and bird feeders.Buster is a Chihuahua-Terrier mix. He was attacked Saturday morning.”He woke me up at 6:30 to do his thing. I let him … Continue reading