I particularly like this quote from the article: “They were clambering all over their silverback father, swinging from overhanging vines and brilliantly for me [and] were mesmerized by the sight of a wheelchair in their midst.”
Scientists at Michigan State University detailed in a paper in the journal Nature Energy how highly transparent solar applications could “nearly meet U.S. electricity demand” and drastically reduce reliance upon fossil fuels.
This kind of stuff is SO promising, and the potential is SO great.
“A moment I will cherish forever.”
Well, that’s just cool.
Obesity is a real problem for cats and dogs in the United States, and extra pounds can lead to serious health issues and a lower quality of life.
I love stories like this — not that the dog got into this shape, but the recovery and better life that results from the weight loss. In the Corgi world we had “Reba the svelte“, a 70lb(!) Corgi, where a more typical weight would be 30 or even less. Reba also lived a long and happy life after her rehab: not quite 14 years, which is very good for a Corgi.
PS: Love the name: Strudel. 🙂
NORA the dog was so badly abused by her previous owners she was turned into a wreck, until she met a baby called Archie.
It’s wonderful when these connections are made….
A kindhearted bus driver went above and beyond the call of duty to make sure that a distressed girl arrived for her first day of school on time.
“… it certainly made everyone on the bus smile and he certainly brightened up a very wet and miserable morning,”
Editor’s Note: We’re so glad the pup is okay! Remember, however, it’s never a good idea to go into Colorado’s old mines. They can be very dangerous! (More on that from the experts later)
Also remember: a happy ending in this case, but … microchip your pets!
After moving into a 350-square-foot house, Keith McElvee had to make some sacrifices to fit his new life in a tiny home, developed by Cass Community Social Services (CCSS).
Wonderful program in a city that can really use it.
He’s set to finish in Washington, DC, on Veterans Day
One marathon is amazing. 31 is simply beyond words.
Roland Hendel fought back tears as he described leaving behind his beloved family dog Odin as raging wildfires approached his home.
Now there’s a dedicated dog.