Ceasar, the five-year-old camel, and Dolly, the ten-year-old blind mare, may be an unlikely duo, but they are bonded for life and have been ever since they "met" at the Pony X-Press petting Zoo in Winslow, Maine.
The role of service dogs is always expanding. Read on for more about Merel, the 18-month-old Labrador-Bernese-Mountain Dog mix and her handler, Rachel Crawford, who helps calm children who must testify in Canada's courts.
At a special awards ceremony at the Savoy in London, a brave, five year-old tortoise-shell cat named Tink was recently crowned Hero Cat and National Cat of The Year in honor of her courageous actions that saved the lives of her family.
At the special Serenity Park Sanctuary in Los Angeles, California, abused parrots and traumatized veterans watch over each other and the bonding helps to heal their mutual wounds. Read on for more on this unique rehabilitation.
A rescued Chihuahua named Sassy lived up to her name when her incessant barking warned passersby that her owner, 92-year-old, Marie Alexander, was in trouble and needed some serious human intervention.
This is a story that happened quite a while ago, but it is worthy of a comeback because it is an enduring tale of love and rescue. Meet Lulu, the obese, Vietnamese Pot-Bellied Pig, who saved the life of her owner by putting her own in danger.
Meet one very lucky man and his guide dog, both of whom survived a potentially fatal fall from a New york City subway platform. Some force was with them both as they went through this harrowing ordeal.
In the Russian town of Obninsk, a true miracle occurred, but it was not of the religious kind. A heroine cat saved the life of an infant boy by keeping the baby's body warm as it lay in the freezing stairwell of an apartment complex.
Also known as TADSAW INC, the Train a Dog Save a Warrior organization is a veritable life-saver to veterans coping with PTSD. Read about their admirable work with canines who serve as "battle buddies."