What Your Cat Is Thinking ‘Cat Sense’ Unravels Some Mysteries
At the Australian Bat Clinic in Queensland, 15 baby flying foxes (bats) were lined up and ready to be fed Thursday. They were brought there to get out of the extreme heat, which has killed hundreds of thousands of bats.
Two-dozen Retuerta horses, the second of two batches, are released into the Campanarios de Azaba Biological Reserve in western Spain. The animals' DNA closely resembles that of the ancient wild horses that once roamed this area before the Romans began domesticating them more than 2,000 years ago.
Tthese two felines are responsible for a mini crime spree in the east of England. Theo has forsaken his usual diet of clothing, phone chargers and other cats' toys for a selection of Christmas decorations which his owners believe he is pilfering from their neighbours' trees. Meanwhile, in Luton, Denis, a three-year-old moggy, prefers to steal underwear, but usually brings home gifts of Christmas wrapping paper - minus the contents - after the big day.
Petition targets ‘rogue’ killings by Wildlife Services They say U.S. critter assassins work in secret, quietly laying traps, lacing food with poison, sniping at targets from helicopters.
The badger cull in Gloucestershire is being called off because not enough animals are expected to be killed to meet targets.
Any excuse to use a picture of a puppy – a Channel 4 show will give one dog owner the chance to clone their beloved pet. Photograph: Juniors...
Dawn and Don Burke opened a rat sanctuary, The Rat Retreat, in their home in Boise, Idaho. Most people don't realize what affectionate pets ...
A KELPIE sold to a top price of $10,500 in Casterton yesterday. Tasmania-based breeder Matthew Johnson and buyers Paul and Jean Weeding from the Okehampton merino stud in Tasmania set another top price at the Casterton Working Dog auction.Top dog: Chris Malcolm, buyer Paul Weeding with Dog Ben, vendor Matthew Johnson, Jean Weeding, Margaret Johnson with Sophie and Dylan Johnson at Casterton. Picture: Jill Frawley.
A Disney film about altruistic chimpanzees has been a huge hit in the United States. The movie is about to be released in Germany, where it is being marketed as a true story. Now a German researcher who was the flick's main scientific adviser has admitted large parts of the touching story were made up.
As Florida Bill Looks To Aid Feral Cats, Opponents Claw Back. The Miami-based Cat Network operates a program that traps, neuters and releases feral cats back to their colonies. A bill before the Florida Legislature would offer legal protection to those programs.