Neither the tallest wall nor the coldest ICE can stop these naturally invasive species from crossing and re-crossing the U.S. Southern border with impunity.

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Posted by Laurie Kay Olson

I don't know why Mom adopted that thing, but I like it. I just have one question: why did she put it so far out of my reach?

Posted by Laurie Kay Olson

This little monkey looks like he is seeking refuge in the arms of Buddha.

Posted by Lady Bee

It's Spring and I've been spending an unusual amount of time on the Duncraft website, my head swimming from all the new products for my outdoor bird pets.

Posted by Laurie Kay Olson

Just one question. If you are going to keep leaving me behind, do I really need a collar and leash? Seriously!

Posted by Ron Callari

While our president continues to falter on Forbes annual ranking of the 400 Richest in the World list, there was one cool cat who continued to maintain her . . .

Posted by Kitty Devine

Everyone could use something to help them de-stress and mini Zen gardens have been around for years to achieve this goal.

A bacterium found in New Jersey dirt a century ago has been officially designated the Garden State's official microbe due to its crucial role in treating and curing tuberculosis.

Posted by Laurie Kay Olson

This little bee butt doesn't look all that little when noshing on crocus nectar like this.