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Posted February 26, 2009 by Creature Features

Naked mole rats dig deep into Japanese hearts... in a GOOD way. What were you thinking? The so-called "sand puppies" at Tokyo's Ueno Zoological Gardens just might be the next cute character sensation, and the Zoo is helping things right along by selling plush toy versions of the bizarre, bucktoothed rodents.

Posted February 23, 2009 by Lady Bee

I stopped going to the chiropractor and acupuncturist, and my dog threw away his crutches!

Posted February 11, 2009 by Anonymous

Smoking can be a hard habit to quit, but a new study finds that smokers may be willing to give up their tobacco in order to save their pet’s health.

Posted February 5, 2009 by Lady Bee

You'll have to forgive my exuberance about the new Caboodle™, Corrugated Habitats for Cats. You see, I've been waiting forever for this product!

Posted January 27, 2009 by Lady Bee

Tiertafel (pet table) has not just saved 6,291 pets from starvation or being
euthanized. It has helped to keep 4,028 families together at a bad
enough time in their lives.We should be setting up "pet tables" in our economically hard-hit communities as well.

Posted January 26, 2009 by Lady Bee

In the interest of having something to do, I guess, researchers at Ohio
State University found that pets can provide support, companionship, and stress relief
for college students who live with their pets. Now more than ever, college students need whatever help they can
get to overcome the stresses encountered on the bridge from home to career. Better
dogs than drugs.

Posted January 15, 2009 by Lady Bee

Perhaps today's "miracle on the Hudson," will encourage more airport
managers to look into using trained bird dogs to protect their
passengers, crews, planes and the surrounding wildlife. Additionally,
they would be helping to give homeless working dogs jobs they really
love to do.

Posted December 22, 2008 by Lady Bee

Today's column is devoted to a very dreadful occurrence. I, and other
pet bloggers, have been sent this notice by pet lovers we know... and
the message has been verified. Please read on...