Posted June 5, 2013 by Arnold Carreiro

Like Nancy Pelosi once said about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, popularly known as “Obamacare,” “… we have to pass the bill so you can find out what is in it.” Looks like the massive bill has US citizens covered for a wide range of animal associated injuries…

Posted June 5, 2013 by John P. Barker

The "Why?" doesn't have to do with why this panda bear does what it does.  It has to do with the idiot sitting with his back to the cage...

Posted May 9, 2013 by Arnold Carreiro

Who wouldn’t want their own lobby gorilla, bedroom bison or office
penguin? If you’re looking for some special animal home décor, or the
perfect gift for the nature fans in your life, then look no further than
the huge range of goodies offered by my pals at Safari ltd! 

Posted May 2, 2013 by Arnold Carreiro

In this poor
economy, good jobs are hard to come by. If you don’t care or have low
expectations of what a “good job” is, then I’ve got a fantastic job for
you! (Tasty seals need not apply)

Posted April 4, 2013 by Ron Callari

On Dancing With The Stars,
we've learned that sometimes the least coordinated human can learn to
dance. Save folks like Wynonna Judd who was recently voted off the
current season, others like Donnie Osmond and Kirstie Alley (not known
for being able to 'shake their tail feathers') proved not only able to
excel quickly, but in some cases win the competition. But what about the animal kingdom- do they also have the moves?

Posted February 27, 2013 by Arnold Carreiro

Forget Groundhog Day- The coolest mammal-themed February holiday
is all about earth’s largest land carnivore, the polar bear! That’s
right- Every February 27th, animal fans like the Pets Lady Crew are
encouraged to consider the giant bear of the frozen north for
International Polar Bear Day. I’m celebrating by wearing all white,

Posted February 18, 2013 by Laurie Kay Olson

In the days of late winter or early spring it has long been a custom in Germany and some other areas of Europe a straw bear was brought out in celebration processions. The bear was thought to drive winter away. These days the bear is most often a symbol of Ash Wednesday to mark the beginning of Lent and the end of the carnival season.

Posted February 12, 2013 by Arnold Carreiro

Did you enjoy memorizing all of the periodic elements to pass chemistry
in high school? Me neither- But the creative team from Angry Squirrel
Studio created a several cute posters that organize the canine, feline
and entire Kingdom Animalia families into a clean, orderly and
delightfully cartoony fashion based on that classic elemental organizing
chart.