Monthly Archive:: May 2017

Meet Waul- The New Cool Spaceship Pet Carrier

Turn your trip to the vet into a space adventure.WAUL Studio has changed the pet carrier game forever thanks to their new spaceship-looking cat carrier. The studio created a Kickstarter to make their project a reality and, as of today, they have made $12,130, exceeding their goal of $3,890. The WAUL Pet Carrier has many

This Dog Owner Found the Most HORRIFYING Thing In Her Backyard

As pet owners, you try and do everything within your power to make sure that your fur babies are safe and well taken care of (and if you don’t, you shouldn’t own a pet.) But there are just some things you never expect to have happen, which is the story that Emma Medeiros has to

Bear cub makes an adorable attempt at climbing a backyard fence

A homeowner in Altadena, California, captured an adorable moment between a mother bear and her young cub over the weekend. After the mother bear hopped over the homeowners fence, she returned to lend a helping paw to her cub, which was too small to scale the fence itself. SEE ALSO: Trail cam catches a young

Former Blue Peter presenter John Noakes dies at 83 – BBC News

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionJohn Noakes and his famous encounter with an elephant on Blue Peter Former Blue Peter presenter John Noakes, who hosted the show in the 1960s and 1970s, has died aged 83. Noakes was the BBC children’s show’s longest-serving presenter, appearing for more than 12 years, and was

Your shelter or mine? How homeless relationships blossom in unlikely places

Falling in love without a roof over your head presents unique challenges, and is rarely researched or discussed. But couples are still forging lasting bonds Julie Reagan met Phillip Adams on Valentines Day 2013. She remembers the cute black-and-white dog he was walking at the apartment complex where she lived. He remembers her knocking on

What you need to know about ticks

(CNN)As summer heat descends, replacing balmy spring breezes, ticks are becoming active in many regions of the United States. In the coming months, some experts predict that ticks and the diseases they cause will be more abundant due to warmer winter temperatures. Worry, though, is unnecessary since prevention is possible.

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Animals Can Get VERY Clever When Theyre Thinking of Ways To Beat the Heat


Youve Never Seen Anything Like Four Squirrels That Somehow Got Their Tails Tied Together

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This Teens Service Dog Got a Spot In the Schools Yearbook and His Own ID Card