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It’s The Year Of The Sheep, erh Goat, erh Ram, erh Yang?

The Chinese bid farewell to the Year of the Horse this past week when they ushered in the Year of Sheep on February 19, 2015. Or maybe it was the Goat. Or perhaps the Ram! But what's up with that Yang?

Everyone In This Bar Knows Mr. Wu

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina a lot of pets were left homeless. It was a massive undertaking to round up the animals and find their old homes or provide them with new homes. Some particularly enterprising pets were able to find their own way into a new situation. Such was the case with Mr. Wu, a tabby cat that showed up at a bar in the French Quarter during the storm and made himself to home.

A New Year's Animal Video Of The Day!!!

This beautiful New Year's tale comes to us from China.  I'm not sure how I would do in a race involving such creatures as a tiger and a dragon.  But if they were behind me, you can rest assured that fear would increase my speed...

PetsLady's Pick: Cute Santa Lucia Dog Of The Day

Happy Santa Lucia's Day to all of my fellow Scandinavians. This day once fell directly on the Winter Solstice before the reformation of the calendar in the 16th century. The holiday is about the eternal struggle between darkness and light. A white gown with a crown of candles is a traditional costume used in the celebration.

Are Dogs Seeing Ghosts On The Overtoun Bridge?

There is something about Scotland that makes it a land of many mysteries and ghost stories. The myth of Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster, barely scratches the surface. One place that defies explanation is the Overtoun Bridge, near the town of Milton in the burgh of Dumbarton. It is also known as the "dog suicide bridge" due to the number of dogs that have leaped to their deaths from its heights.

Doves vs Feral Pigeons, Birds Of A Feather Or 2nd-Class Citizens?

Generally speaking, the terms “dove” and “pigeon” are used interchangeably. And rightfully so, since both birds are members of the same bird clade, Columbidiae, which constitutes approximately 310 species. In the ornithological world, "dove" tends to be used for the smaller of the species and "pigeon" for larger ones.

Putin Uses Animals To Soften & Embolden His Image Globally

It’s a strange paradox to think of the Russian leader whose current image is that of a threatening totalitarian dictator could also be fond of a wide variety of animals, both domestic and wild. With mounting American and European sanctions, his hands have been slapped countless times for his overt military aggression against the Ukraine. And when The Malaysian Arilines Boeing 777 was shot down on July 17th, . . .

 



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