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Dash Cam Captures Kitten Being Thrown Out Of Moving Car

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A woman was driving along a highway in Wales, in the UK, coming up on a roundabout, when she suddenly saw a passing car toss something onto the road in front of her. At first glance, it looked like a small animal — but that had to be impossible, right? The woman immediately stopped her […]

Sweet Dog Has Been Waiting 3 Years In Shelter For A Family

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All Chubbs wants is a family.   For more than three years, the hound mix has lived in an animal shelter, waiting for an adopter to choose him.  Credit: Rona Distenfeld In March 2016, when Chubbs was just 1 year old, he ended up at Austin Pets Alive! (APA) in Texas.  “Chubbs has been at […]

Cat Pays Sweetest Visit To Former Owner At Nursing Home

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Chicken Little was loving life with her dad, Tony, when he suddenly had a stroke and ended up in the ICU. It was clear that even once he was released, he would no longer be able to care for his beloved cat the same way as before, and so one of his neighbors began the […]

Lost Dog Living On The Streets Can’t Believe His Family Finally Found Him

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Two months ago, when this sweet pup named Leo went missing from home in Turkey, his family was devastated. They searched high and low for any sign of the beloved pup, but to no avail. Then that all changed. Credit: Sertaç Araç Last week, Leo’s owner’s son, Sertaç Araç, was in a neighboring town about 60 […]

Grads Burst Into Laughter As Dog Steals The Show During Ceremony

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Last week was graduation day for this senior class at Horseshoe Bend School, in Alabama. But, for a few hilarious moments, the students were upstaged by someone else. That someone else was Charlie. Credit: Logan Branch Charlie is a pup belonging to Logan Branch, one of the grads who lives nearby. During the academic year, […]

Wild Dog Figures Out Perfect Way To Trick Hungry Lion

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A wild lioness who thought she’d scored her next meal had quite a surprise coming her way.  The lioness was stalking through Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park when she spotted a pack of African wild dogs who had just managed to score a meal themselves, according to Kruger Sightings. The pack of dogs had just finished […]

Worried Dog Watches Dad Perform Lifesaving ‘Surgery’ On His Favorite Toy

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Sure, this big fluffy dog named Leo simply adores his family, but there’s something else he loves — a brown stuffed animal he takes with him everywhere. “It is his favorite toy,” Hayley Alaxanian, Leo’s owner, told The Dodo. But recently, a little mishap threatened to end the good thing Leo and his toy have going. […]

Audubon’s Jennifer Pitt Honored with Leadership Award for Colorado River Work

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Audubon’s Colorado River Program Director Jennifer Pitt will receive an award for her leadership on the Colorado River this weekend. Water Education Colorado named her the 2019 recipient of the Diane Hoppe Leadership award (see here). This is an annual award bestowed on a Coloradan who has a body of work in the field of […]

Bill to Protect Arctic Refuge Advances

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On May 1st, the House Natural Resources Committee approved legislation to restore protections to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, moving one step closer towards ensuring the Refuge remains a sanctuary for birds and other wildlife. The Arctic Cultural and Coastal Plain Protection Act (HR 1146), introduced by Congressmen Jared Huffman (D-CA) and Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA), […]

How Flexible Water Management could Benefit both People and Birds

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Early settlers in the Beehive State mastered irrigation through a network of canals to put precious and limited water resources to use. And today, in the face of a growing population that is expected to nearly double to 5.6 million by 2065 and a changing climate that makes water availability less predictable, Utah is exploring […]