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Posted October 17, 2017 by Ron Callari

If you’re a pet owner like myself, who is passionate about taking photos of your pets, you’ll be happy to know that ‘Google Photos’ just makes grouping them a lot easier. Launched in most countries this October, you’ll now be able to view photos of your cats and dogs now grouped alongside people.

Posted October 16, 2017 by Myra Per-Lee

Google Photo, now recognizes and groups photos of your pets, as long as they don't look too much alike.

Posted October 16, 2017 by Laurie Kay Olson

This past summer the Denver Zoo was keeping a little secret. Well, actually it was two little secrets. On September 29th they announced that twin baby red pandas had been born a month earlier to Faith and Hamlet, the adult red pandas living at the facility. They are absolutely adorable and they have taken the hearts of Coloradoans with their cuteness -- and their dilemma. 

Posted October 14, 2017 by Rebecca West

Dogs and cats weren't the only animals ancient Egyptians kept as pets. Check out what other creatures archeologists have found buried in an 1,800-year-old cemetery in the port town of Berenike.

Posted October 14, 2017 by Ron Callari

It’s sad listening to the humanitarian aid being needed by the citizens of Puerto Rico. It’s equally as sad when to learn about the cats and dogs abandoned after the devastation of Hurricane Maria.

Posted October 13, 2017 by Ron Callari

Remember when IKEA arrived on the scene several decades back. Headquartered in the Netherlands, it took the world by storm with store openings throughout the U.S. in the mid-1980s. With their marketing positioning statement: “Your home is the most important place in the world,” it revolutionized the ‘easy-to-assemble” furniture industry. It’s eco-friendly simplicity attracted a wide-range of demographics both young and old, with affordable pricing that appealed to most family budgets.

Posted October 10, 2017 by Ron Callari

She’s been in the public eye for over a half of century. She is loved by humans the world-over, and most likely as many chimpanzees [if not more.] She’s our real-life Dr. Doolittle, as she was the first to teach us that our closest cousins on the evolutionary ladder are more like us than previously believed.

Posted October 10, 2017 by Laurie Kay Olson

Recently a couple of guys with metal detectors were doing their thing in Gloucester, England, when they were surprised to come across a cache of broken bronze artifacts. These pieces were from the time when ancient Romans had colonized Britain. Archeologists think that the pieces had most likely been purposely broken down by a metal smith who was planning to melt them down for reuse. There was one unbroken piece in the cache -- that was of a licking dog.