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Ken Wahl may be best known for his role in the ‘90’s cult cop drama Wiseguy, but now he’s an activist helping veterans cope with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder by pairing them with shelter pets. After a neck and spine … Continue reading
Everyone knows that cats like to climb things. But one rescue cat in Utah likes to climb really big things – like mountains! Craig Armstrong, a mountain climbing enthusiast, adopted Millie from Friends of Animals in Park City, Utah. He … Continue reading
Spending time volunteering at an animal shelter or rescue can enhance many pet lovers’ lives and Ashley, a 21-year-old autistic woman from the Boston area, is no exception. Ashley is a student at the New England Center for Children (NECC) … Continue reading
After three months at the Central Nebraska Humane Society, Rosie the deaf dog is going to her forever home with someone who understands her – Cindy Koch, who is also deaf. According to KCTV5, when Rosie first arrived at the … Continue reading
During finals season for colleges and universities across the country this past spring. While many students take breaks from studying for coffee or snacks, some students at Washington State University in Spokane were busy snuggling with furry stress-relieving dogs and … Continue reading