Jim Ficken, 69, was in danger of losing his home after he was fined $30,000 when his grass grew too long while he was away for two months. He said that he had to spend two summer months away to tend to his late mother’s estate in South Carolina.
We read about humans and shelters rescuing dogs, cats, and other animals but it doesn’t always happen the other way around. Stories about dogs rescuing humans aren’t very common, especially one caught on video. Before anything else, no one was harmed in the video. Especially the rescue dogs! They
There are times when animals offer friendship and compassion lessons better than the way we humans do it. Tervel the old farm dog and Pudditat, a stray cat will teach you one or two things about compassion and friendship. Tervel is not any normal dog, he is partially deaf
Many Australian residents have been noticing positives signs since the bushfires erupted in late 2019. Australians are also happy to say that many of the worst fires on the continent have been contained thanks to the rain this month. However, many of those bushfires are still present, continuing to
Busy streets are one of parents’ biggest fears when their little ones are in proximity. Their toddler or young children could dart out into traffic at any second, not aware of their surroundings or conscious of the consequences. When situations like these occur, the parents have very little time
Thinking about adopting a cat or two? You are to be commended for that decision. Want a few more stars in your crown? Opt to adopt senior cats! Senior cats are among the first to be euthanized because it is so hard to find them homes. People usually decide
Giving your lover flowers on your anniversary is considered a traditional yet romantic gesture. A flower bouquet is something many women and even some men enjoy receiving. However, as a relationship progresses, one may find that the flower-giving becomes less frequent as their partner becomes more comfortable with them.
The New South Wales bushfires have been deemed one of the worst natural events in Australian history. As of January 11, 2020, at least 26 people and 25,000 koalas died from the fires. In addition, over 20 million acres of land were affected, and approximately 2,000 homes were destroyed.
A smile will surely come on your face after you see the video of a baby, which is a real hit these days. Brittani Jernigan posted a cute scene on her TikTok channel when her toddler tasted the ice cream for the first time in her life. Many sweet