THE NEW FORTY The cat-mess tree...
On Monday morning, the first thing I heard from Cheyenne's mouth with resounding clarity two levels away was, a very loud, screeching, overemphasized, and clearly enunciated - "MOM!!!!" Then I heard h... Posted on 11/29/13 at 10:28 PM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Animals, animals, animals
Somewhere in the mid-seventies, I watched a television show titled
Animals, Animals, Animals. It was canceled in the early eighties
and I know it was on Sunday morning because I used to catch ... Posted on 10/26/13 at 7:06 AM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Possible New Mascot: SpellCat
SpellCat sez: Spel RITE.
Actually, I think all she actually says is "Mew." Which, roughly translated, means "Do not abuse the humble apostrophe, for it is our friend."... Posted on 9/6/13 at 7:49 PM
FARGO-MOORHEAD CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU Back Yard Cats in Fargo-Moorhead
Anglers travel far and wide to chase a good bite. Sometimes they forget about those waters sitting right in their back yard. One such overlooked backyard honey hole is the Red River of the North, divi... Posted on 9/3/13 at 4:23 PM
COMPASS POINTS: NEWS FROM THE GREAT OUTDOORS WITH HERALD OUTDOOR WRITER BRAD DOKKEN Cats Incredible gets new lease on life
The Cats Incredible catfishing tournament is coming home.
The East Grand Forks Association of Fire Fighters announced this morning that theyre taking over the Cats Incredible Catfish Tournament from ... Posted on 4/9/13 at 10:43 AM
Leaders of local animal rescue groups say they desperately need more foster homes to handle an increase in dogs being surrendered by their owners, and the economic recession appears at least partly to blame.
The loss of a pet can be especially hard on children, who often view the pet as a beloved family member. A pet’s passing also is often a child’s first exposure to death, so it’s important he or she learns how to cope with it – and the other losses that will follow in life – in a healthy way.
Pet owners mourn the loss of animal as they would a longtime friend
For days afterward, Peggy Nathan kept expecting her buff-colored cockapoo, Bailey, to greet her at the door when she came home from work. She swore she could hear the happy jingle of Bailey’s dog tag. And she missed the warmth of Bailey’s little body as the dog snuggled next to her in bed.
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