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Posted January 18, 2017 by Laurie Kay Olson

Today is National Winnie the Pooh Day. It commemorates the most popular fictional bear ever. Here he is hanging out with his human friend, Christopher Robin, the child of the author.

Posted January 17, 2017 by Laurie Kay Olson

You can dress me like Popeye but that doesn't mean that I will eat canned spinach. Yuck! Let me out in the garden and I will graze for myself.

Posted January 16, 2017 by Ron Callari

As nostalgic as circuses were for many of us growing up, the “Greatest Show on Earth” is taking its final curtain call this May. In following this story for almost two years, I’ve reported on the waning public interest in circuses, due mainly to animal activist groups protesting against the maltreatment associated with animals held in captivity.

Posted January 16, 2017 by Laurie Kay Olson

It's time to give dragons some love today since it is Appreciate Your Dragon Day. Here is a baby Chinese water dragon to get you started.

Posted January 15, 2017 by Ron Callari

Over the years, I’ve acknowledged some of Twitter’s “Top Pet Tweeters.” Yes, based on the number of pets that have taken to the microblogging site, it can definitely be said that Twitter is an all-inclusive ecosystem. Sockamillion [aka @sockington], and who identifies himself as “Jason Scott’s Cat,” is one of the many felines with millions of followers. And there are hundreds of other cats as well as dogs and birds who have been tweeting up a storm, for years.

Posted January 15, 2017 by Laurie Kay Olson

I am now all powerful. People will worship me. Forget that, I need a nap.

Posted January 14, 2017 by Laurie Kay Olson

My New Year's Resolution to get my home organized would go a lot faster if my cat was this willing to help out in the kitchen. As it is she wouldn't even put on an apron.

Posted January 13, 2017 by Ron Callari

Except for The Story of Ferdinand written back in 1936, there are not too many children’s books that feature a bucking bull as a lead character. So Debbie Felkins Tamez’ first book should appeal to a lot children and young adults who are either captivated by or aspire to a life associated with cowboys and bull riding. The idea of dreaming about joining the rodeo for a kid has a magical feel to it. Tamez wanted to capture that elusive childhood fantasy in her tale — but from a different perspective.