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Polish “Nurse Cat” Comforts Fellow Shelter Critters

A very special black cat has become a good luck charm for injured dogs and cats at a Polish animal shelter. Rademenes, a nine-month-old feline, was treated at the shelter after being rescued and now appears to be paying it forward by comforting his four-footed fellows.

Be Nice And Water Your Bees

The plight of bees is of concern to everyone on the planet. Without them we are likely to starve. There is a lot of talk around about planting bee-friendly plants and letting a few of your dandelions hang around for them. But bees do not live by plants alone. It is time to be making sure that the helpful little insects also have plenty of water to drink without them having to risk their lives to get it.

Meet Tumbelina, The Paralyzed Kitten -- The Incredible Animal Video Of The Day!!!

Tumbelina is paralyzed.  But, thanks to animal rescue, she now has a second chance to prove that you can't keep a good cat down

Here's Why They Named Him Jughead!

For the past few weeks there had been reports of a black Labrador retriever running around in the area of a park in Makato, Minnesota. What made this report so unusual is that the poor pup had a plastic jar stuck on his head. He had been quite shy of humans and therefore difficult to catch. Katherine and Don Nelson and their friend Sue Leach decided to take a shot at trying to help the dog. Their efforts paid off.

Cleopatra The Tortoise Gets A Sporty New Shell

Cleopatra is a teenage mutant (ninja) tortoise. So far she has had a fairly hard life and it shows in the shape of her shell. She has been badly malnourished and it has caused her shell to become malformed, cracked and worn away in one spot. This means that bacteria can get in under her shell and cost her her life. But help has arrived in the form of a 3D printed shell that is helping her heal.

Sometimes Curiosity Rescues The Cat

A couple was taking an evening stroll along the Winnebago River in Mason City, Iowa, when they noticed a man on the North Kentucky Avenue bridge as he dropped a duffel bag into the river. It was such a strange sight that they just had to find out what he was disposing of. They fished the bag out of the water and were shocked to realize that the bag was moving and making noise.

Pop-Up Cafes Become Pup-Up Cafes For Dogs In Los Angeles

Pop-up cafes are a popular trend these days. In January an unusual version appeared in Los Angeles. It was a pop-up dog cafe. The temporary eatery featured a bevy of friendly canines from local shelters seeking forever homes among the patrons. Customers paid a fee of $15 or $20 to get in, have a bite and a sip, and revel in an abundance of dog wiggles, wet noses, and warm tongues.