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  • Rescue Kittens Reunited With Cat Mama

    from Love Meow - for Ultimate Cat Lovers

    Saturday December 20th, 2014 at 03:58 PM

    A litter of tiny kittens were rescued by an Australian farm sanctuary. When they heard about the kittens, they refused to leave anyone behind. It took a while to find the mama cat but theyfinally did. When the kittens saw their momagain, it was a lovely reunion. Edgars Mission wrote this beautiful story on their []

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  • Barkley of Kansas: A Life Remembered

    from The Daily Corgi

    Saturday December 20th, 2014 at 02:31 PM

    Square_140_barkboo1 Barkley (aka Barky Boo) enjoyed many a year Corgi-fying his lucky family's life. He departed for the Bridge recently, at 14, but his big personality and little legs made a permanent impression in the lives of those who loved him best. Stacey K. recalls how Barkley came to her home after his owner passed and his grandmother was unable to care for him. Initially, he was quite skittish and scared, having learned about mean humans from his late mom's boyfriend. "It took a long while, but he came...
  • John Barrowman Fans Raise Funds for Dogs Trust

    from Dogtipper.com's Dog News

    Saturday December 20th, 2014 at 01:30 PM

    By combining fandom with philanthropy, admirers of Arrow actor John Barrowman helped the star celebrate the start of his stint on a Glasgow stage in a panto of Cinderella by helping dogs who dream of living happily ever after with a forever family.

    Knowing that the actor (who TV viewers amy know as Captain Jack Harkness from the Doctor Who spin-off, Torchwood) is doggedly devoted to helping our four-legged friends in need, fans recently donated 568.70 to the largest canine welfare charity in...

  • Arlington puppy OK after swallowing ornament hook

    from Seattle DogSpot

    Saturday December 20th, 2014 at 01:16 PM

    KING 5 ran a story about an 18-month-old puppy in Arlington named Scout that gobbled down a hook from a Christmas tree ornament.

    Fortunately, his family immediately took him to the Arlington Veterinary Hospital where an e-x-ray showed the hook. Because his family acted so quickly Scout didnt need to have surgery to remove it the vet just gave him something to make him throw up.

    If you have a dog that chews a lot, be sure it cant grab any ornaments off your tree. Its probably a good idea to...

  • Schedule

    from Daily Hailey

    Saturday December 20th, 2014 at 12:52 PM

    They called Paula on the telephone from her workplace this morning, asking her what she wanted for lunch. She said she was not scheduled to work today, but they said she was. There must have been some missunderstanding. Thus, Paula had to go to work, instead of going to a Christmas get-together at her aunt's house. We felt so sorry for her. Working and earning money is a good thing, but not anytime, not when you have to turn down a family celebration. We still do not know who made the...

    from Miniature Yorkshire Terrier

    Saturday December 20th, 2014 at 11:33 AM

    Since we first got our Yorkie as a tiny puppy - we had decided to pad train her. We live on the second floor in Chicago and knew it would be easier than taking her out, in the COLD! several times a day.Pee pads make life so much easier!We have tried a couple brands, the these Poo Pee Pads ARE THE BEST!They have been supplying veterinary professionals for over 20 years. Now you
  • Yorkies that Spy

    from Miniature Yorkshire Terrier

    Saturday December 20th, 2014 at 11:24 AM

    Do you walk around your house, and your Yorkie keeps an eye on you?This one doesn't miss a thing!
  • christian rohlfs - dogs

    from The Pet Museum

    Saturday December 20th, 2014 at 10:07 AM

    Square_140_christian_rohlfs_dogs_1925thanks wikiart.org. (PD)You know how you can never get a good photo of the puppies because they are constantly running around and you're laughing too hard? That's how I feel when I look at this - but it's a Christian Rohlfs woodcut from 1925.