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Your Pets And July 4 Fireworks -- The Bonus Animal Video Of The Day!!!

There are two issues that we should all keep in mind over the Fourth of July: 1) Be aware of any Veterans in your area and 2) Pets think that all of the booms from fireworks are harbingers of the end of the world.

PetsLady's Pick: Cute Independence Kitty Of The Day

No, I can'ts be Uncle Sam! I is a girl!. Heres. "Aunt Samantha Wants You!" HA!

Technology Used For Good! The Animal Video Of The Day!!!

Don't freak out at this picture.  It is not remotely what you think it is.  Instead this is a machine that helps make for a happy cow.

Tips For Surviving 4th Of July Fireworks With Your Horse

It's that time of year again when pet owners start to dread the terrors that go 'boom' in the night. Fireworks, while stunning, just can't be appreciated for their beauty when furry family members are cowering and panting in fear because of them. We all know that many dogs (and sometimes cats) are negatively impacted by fireworks in the area during a holiday like the 4th of July. However, they're not the only animals that find them overwhelming - our equine friends do too.

PetsLady's Pick: Cute Patriot Dog Of The Day

I is ready! When is ther barbecue? Burgers and brautwursties and steaks -- oh, my!

Back Off, Man. I'm A Pug. The Animal Video Of The Day!!!

Look at that cute face for a moment.  But don't look for too long--there is soon to be an attitude adjustment that would even make Clint Eastwood slowly back away...

Your Dose Of Cuteness For Today -- The Animal Video Of The Day!!!

I can guarantee that this little puff-ball will be the cutest thing you see today.  You'd think he would be afraid of a hair dryer... But, you'd be thinking wrong.

PetsLady's Pick: Cute Wolf Cub Scouts Of The Day

We is "Cub" Scouts outs on a camping trip and an overnights adventure. We hopes to earn our Wolf Badge. HA!

Knitting Nests For Injured And Abandoned Baby Animals

Wildlife Rescue Nests is a non-profit group created by Katie Deline-Ray in Ontario, Canada that provides free knitted and crocheted nests to wildlife rescue groups. These little nests and burrows help rescued and orphaned wildlife feel warm and safe while they heal and recover. It has earned her the nickname of "the crazy nest lady."

Windshield Wiper Vandalism Case Solved, Perps Won't Become Jailbirds

Japanese police are “raven” after solving a mysterious case of auto vandalism in which up to 40 cars had the rubber stripped from their windshield wipers. No arrests will be made, however, as the perps turned out to be clever and resourceful neighborhood crows.



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