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Can Dogs Show Jealousy? New Study Claims, ‘Yes’

Dogs And Jealousy Study Implicates Canines In Not-So-Cute Behavior

Dogs may be capable of showing basic jealousy, a new study claims. (Of course, this is something that dog owners have known for years, but science has finally taken a crack at it.) According to a report from Valley News, a psychology professor decided to study for the first time whether dogs and jealousy are… Read more »

Mom, Daughter Dial 911 After Attacked By Family Cat

Dial 911: Mom, Daughter Resort To Drastic Measures Against Family Cat

A mom and daughter decided to dial 911 after being attacked by their family cat, Cuppy, according to a new report from the New York Daily News. The news site stated that the mother and daughter, who were not initially named, barricaded themselves into a bedroom and decided to dial 911 after the daughter was… Read more »

Animal Cruelty: Pit Bull Shot With Arrow In Utah, Left For Dead


In recent months, pit bulls have been subject to violence against there breed, whether the dog was a pit bull or not. Most often, the violence has been in form of shootings, but at least one case, a knife was used. In the prior cases, there were at least alleged reasons or predication, whether true… Read more »

Chicken Crossing The Road Ends In 911 Call, No Joke [Video]

Chicken Crossing The Road Ends In 911 Call, No Joke [Video]

A chicken crossing the road had one concerned citizen dialing 911 to call in the emergency in Portland, Oregon. Although the 911 dispatcher probably suspected a prank was about to happen, it turns out the 91 call was no joking matter. In a related report by The Inquisitr, in another instance of a chicken crossing… Read more »

Endangered Rhinos Airlifted Out Of South Africa [Photos]

Endangered Species

More than 100 endangered rhinos will be airlifted out of South Africa — in an effort to protect them from poachers. Although they are nearing extinction, rhinos are often killed for their valuable horns. Conservationists are specifically concerned, as the rhino population continues to decline. According to the Republic of South Africa Environmental Affairs, 333… Read more »

Rare Panda Triplets Born At Chinese Zoo

Giant Panda Cubs

A rare set of giant panda triplets was born at a Guangzhou, China, zoo. Although the cubs were born on July 29, zoo officials waited nearly two weeks to announce the birth. A zoo representative confirmed all three cubs are currently healthy and thriving. As giant pandas remain critically endangered, the cubs were conceived through… Read more »

Lion Cub Leads Indian Park Guard To Its Dead Mother

Accustomed to humans, the lion cub relied on a human for help.

An orphaned lion cub asked for help in the only way he knew how. On his rounds in the Tulsi-Shyam part of the animal preserve, a Gir Forest National Park guard named Rana Mori spotted a solitary cub hiding in the bushes. Wary of the danger, Mori began to look for the mother. But, as… Read more »

Bear Walking Upright Is Not A Hoax, Officials Say

Check out this bear walking upright!

A video of a bear walking upright through a New Jersey neighborhood has gained attention across the country, but is it real or just a hoax? The opinions of experts differ. Watch the minute-long video clip below, and the longer one further down, and see what you think! Fox 6 reports that some experts think… Read more »

The Danger Of Pit Bulls In Shelters

Pit Bulls in shelters are often put to death at a staggering rate.

The reputation of pit bulls is one of the biggest debates centered on pets. Are pit bulls dangerous? Are they child-friendly? Are they dog-friendly? Are they predictable? Can they be trained? The truth of the matter is that every pit bull is different. It depends on how the pit bull was raised, its personality and,… Read more »