Ron needed a miracle. And he got one! “It’s almost as though he can’t believe how much yummy food he can eat, or how many treats his foster mommy gives to him, or how soft and snuggly a dog bed can be.”
"Flutter, flutter, wham! Wham! Wham!" That's what pedestrians who walk by this Boston area office building have heard all week, as they watched this confused seagull fly into a mirrored glass window in Beacon Hill.
Veronica and Marty Barillas never thought the word "horse" would mean so much to them.
Nine years ago, their son Nico was born with Down syndrome. He's mostly nonverbal and communicates with an iPad app. Veronica and Marty are always looking for ways to enrich his life and find ways to teach Nico to express himself.
“Resilient.” That’s how everyone who has met Jacob, a 6-year-old pit bull, describes him. He’s come a long way, mentally and physically, over the last year, but now he finally has a place to call home.
It’s a horrifying mystery in the Dallas area: Who is dumping the bodies of hundreds of animals along Dowdy Ferry Road? We’ve also learned these illegal dumpers are now branching out, the plague of discarded animals is spreading beyond the infamous road.
There's an urgent situation in San Antonio tonight and dozes of dogs are at risk. Earlier this week animal control officers seized 82 dogs from a local rescue and brought them to the municipal shelter.
Over the weekend, while chaos erupted over travel ban court hearings and Super Bowl madness, animal rights groups noticed it first: The federal government quietly removed animal welfare inspection reports from the USDA’s website.