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In more and more programs worldwide, cats with socialization issues are ending up in prison to get the help they need. Prisoners, once they pass and intesive screening and education process are working with the cats the help them become adoptable.
As farmers know, cows are very sensitive
creatures. They need to be treated just right, even cajoled with
soothing music, their companions surrounding them, and the gentlest
hands milking them tenderly in order to give their best. A Swedish
company, Designers DeLaval, has come up with what's obviously a winner: take a look at some happy cows....
Wee paws for (police) station identification? A 4-year-old, under-4-pound Toy Poodle named Mochi is the latest small dog to join Japan's elite K9 corps. Call it a true underdog story – minus Vince Vaughan and Ben Stiller.
Why do people adopt certain dogs and cats? Is it because they're
beautiful or cute? Because they are loving and friendly? Because they
are good with children and/or other dogs and cats? Or because the
people simply want to take care of pets that have been rejected by
others? The ASPCA did a survey of 1,500 dog and cat adopters from five
shelters throughout the U.S. Here is the essence of its findings...
Which comes first; the chicken or the egg? The way biology intends it,
it's the egg. The mother hen lays the egg, incubates the egg by sitting
on it and, within some days, a live little chick hatches out of the
Don't ask why, but scientists in Russia and South Korea are working together to clone a wooly mammoth, also known as the tundra mammoth, a long-haired elephant-like creature with horizontal banding
on his trunk and long, gracefully curved tusks, who disappeared from its
native habitat about 10,000 years ago.