Daily Archive: Monday, February 12, 2018
We guess this judge isn’t much of a dog lover… Back in August, a Canadian judge issued a very controversial ruling on the case of a divorcing couple who couldn’t agree on the custody of their two dogs Kenya and Willow. Related: Johnny Weir & Estranged Husband Settle Dog Custody Battle! To make his point
The eastern cougar is now officially extinct. The big cat used to roam the forests, mountains, and grasslands in every state east of the Mississippi, but it has not been seen now for the last eight decades (the Florida panther is a distinct population). Although the US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) opened up a review into
Dogs, horses, pigs and –yes–turkeys are used as emotional support animals on flights. (AP) If you think that air travel has gone to the birds, it has -literally. We’re talkin’ turkey, as in that big Thanksgiving bird, one of which recently was spotted aboard a Delta flight acting as a “support animal,” and that’s causing a
Florida college student says Spirit Airlines originally told her the pet was allowed, but denied it entry at the airport Student says she flushed ’emotional support hamster’ after Spirit Airlines denied passage Florida college student says Spirit Airlines originally told her the pet was allowed, but denied it entry at the airport Julia Carrie Wong
ShareTweet Babies are some of the most fragile and beautiful little creatures that God blesses this world with. Theyre also some of the most resilient. Baby Aidin has been fighting for his life since the day he took his first breath. The baby boywho was born in Thailandwas found in February, but not resting peacefully
This little girl named Rachel knows what she wants, and she has a plan to get it. Don’t let the adorable little smile and the silly frog hat fool youRachel’s going to end up on Forbes’ Top CEOs list one day. And she’s already making business proposals. YouTube You can watch Rachel’s whole plan below.
Showing tongues and puppy eyes, and facial movement in general, was more likely when scientists faced the animals, suggesting conscious communication Dogs really do turn on the puppy eyes when humans look at them, according to researchers studying canine facial expressions. Scientists have discovered that dogs produce more facial movements when a human is paying