Posted January 16, 2020 by M Dee Dubroff

This sweet black cat with a moniker resembling a Greek philosopher is quite a guy. Read on to learn more about this feline hero who is known as "Cat Nurse" among his many fans at the Polish animal shelter where he resides.

Posted January 10, 2020 by Ron Callari

The 'Police Academy' franchise has spawned 8 movies and 2 TV series.  These productions portrayed a group of misfit recruits in their attempts to prove themselves capable of being police officers, and more than often failing. This low-brow humor is focused on the struggle of "underdogs."

Posted January 9, 2020 by Laurie Kay Olson

There has been some bad press about a few police officers over the past few years. Fortunately the bulk of law enforcement officers are good guys who work to keep us safe. One kind of officer rarely gets bad press -- the police dog.

Posted January 4, 2020 by Ron Callari

For those who remember the pop tune hit of the 1960s titled "The Lion Sleeps Tonight," by the Tokens, all you'd have to do is to swap out 'Cheetah' for 'Lion' to get a idea at the life led by Kristen Kerr.

Posted December 24, 2019 by M Dee Dubroff

Mali is a Belgian Malinois who was part of a British military unit that was deployed to work alongside NATO troops in Afghanistan. His job was to search for explosives under direct fire from the Taliban. Read on for more about this gallant canine.

 

Posted December 20, 2019 by Myra Per-Lee

If you're in high school, college, or otherwise looking for a career path to follow, have you considered becoming a pet food taster? It pays pretty well, and you'll be doing a great service for pets....

Posted December 15, 2019 by M Dee Dubroff

Meet Sean Laidlaw, a former soldier, who rescued a puppy from the rubble of a bombed out school in war-torn Syria only to have a brave dog named Barrie rescue him from the devastating effects of PTSD.

Posted December 11, 2019 by Ron Callari

A 2019 headline could have read "Ravenous Goats Credited With Thwarting California Wildfire." If Time Magazine also published an "Animal of the Year" issue, in addition to "Person of the Year," goats would have had a good shot at that distinction.