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Mon, Oct 22 | By AP | 210

A southern Illinois firefighter is proof that saving lives doesn't just involve people. Firefighter Dave Chambers helped rescue several animals during a house fire last week, including a kitten that wasn't breathing when it was carried out of the hom… more ›

Firefighter Revives Cat After House Fire

Tue, Oct 23 | By AP | 359

A noisy parrot that likes to imitate sounds helped save a man and his son from a house fire by mocking a smoke alarm, the bird's owner says. Shannon Conwell, 33, said he and his 9-year-old son fell asleep on the couch while watching a mo… more ›

Parrot Imitates Fire Alarm, Saves Family

Wed, Oct 17 | By ztadmin

The man accused of ripping the head off of a duck at a downtown hotel made "a big mistake" and is remorseful, his attorney said. Scott Clark, 26, of Denver, was charged with felony animal cruelty after he allegedly ripped the head off of… more ›

Lawyer Says Man Sorry for Beheading Duck

Thu, Oct 11 | By AP | 160

A Pittsburgh-area veterinarian was forced to complete surgery on a dog in the street after a fire erupted at his clinic on Thursday. Officials say the fire erupted at the Jasmine Veterinary Hospital in Springdale around noon just as Dr. … more ›

Vet Finishes Spay Surgery in the Street

Wed, Oct 10 | By AP | 132

A Pittsburgh man accused of taunting a police dog on Sunday was being held in jail on $100,000 bail. Police say Kenneth King, 23, taunted Benny, a German shepherd, as he walked by a police vehicle. Police say King screamed that he hates … more ›

Pa. Man Jailed on Dog Taunting Charge

Wed, Oct 10 | By AP | 128

Thumper, a black Labrador retriever, is getting credit for saving a Greenville man when a fire swept through his home. Roland Cote said his wife and their 7-year-old grandson were away when the blaze started early Sunday in a converted t… more ›

Dog Saves Family From Fire Blamed on Cat

Tue, Oct 9 | By AP | 129

After two years on the lam, a pink flamingo that escaped from the Sedgwick County Zoo has been spotted with a wild Caribbean flamingo in a ship channel area of southwest Louisiana. The latest sighting three weeks ago was in the Calcasieu… more ›

Escaped Flamingo Spotted With Companion

Fri, Oct 5 | By AP | 142

Nobody is quite sure how two potbellied pigs wound up in an upscale Grand Rapids-area neighborhood. The wayward swine were spotted about 7 a.m. Wednesday. Animal control officers quickly netted one of the pigs, but they needed a little m… more ›

Pigs Roam Upscale Mich. Neighborhood

Wed, Sep 26 | By ztadmin | 31

In the debate over whether bottled water tastes better than tap water, Clyde the elk votes for the bottle every time. Clyde is a domesticated elk who was born and raised on a ranch and lives at the privately run Wyman Living History Museum outside th… more ›

Clyde the Elk Prefers Bottle Water

Wed, Sep 26 | By ztadmin | 123

A 3 1/2-foot alligator has been captured walking along a Long Island roadway. Chief Roy Gross of the Suffolk County SPCA said the reptile was found by two people who were walking alongside a grassy area of Route 25A in Wading River on Sunday afternoo… more ›

Alligator Found Walking Along LI Roadway

Fri, Sep 28 | By AP | 119

The flag-painted fire hydrant that was removed because critics thought dogs would disrespectfully urinate on it is being reinstalled, but with a fence to keep the pooches away. The hydrant was part of a dog park named for Hondo, a police… more ›

Flag Hydrant Headed Back to Dog Park

Mon, Sep 24 | By ztadmin | 138

Ricky the Dalmatian spun across the floor with his 68-year-old handler, the high-stepping Mary Ann Coutley. The two were one of 23 pairs of handlers and pets participating in a three-day dog dancing class that ended Sunday at the Army Lake Camp and R… more ›

Dogs, Handlers Learn to Boogie and Disco

Fri, Sep 28 | By AP | 129

Animal rights activists are hopping mad because they can't find the wascals who've been dumping domestic wabbits all over the place. People have been dropping the furry creatures on roadways, in parks and near school grounds on Long Isla… more ›

Rabbits Being Abandoned on Long Island

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