Posts Tagged: Tennessee

Cat Saves Litter of Puppies

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People joke about cats and dogs being enemies, but pet lovers know that’s not the case. In fact, one feline recently was a hero to a litter of canines in need. Having just been rescued herself, this calico cat in Sevierville, Tennessee paid the favor forward and rescued nine puppies. According to Local 8 Now, […]

Gone to the Dogs (and Cats!)

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A Tennessee woman left her estate to homeless pets. Glenda Taylor DeLawder, a citizen of Carter County, Tennessee, bequeathed her $1.2 million estate to help care for the county’s shelter animals. DeLawder, who had worked as a telephone operator for AT&T in Washington D.C., passed away at age 72. She left a gift of $540,000 […]

Pit Bull Saves Woman from Knife Attack

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A woman was attacked on the street in Baldwin, GA the night of July 22 by a man wielding a knife. A stray pit bull lunged toward the man, separating the woman from her attacker and saving her life. Unfortunately, the dog ended up being stabbed five times by the assailant. According to Wate.Com, Officer Timothy […]

CATCH THE OLATE DOGS IN KNOXVILLE ON JANUARY 31!

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Tennessee isn’t just for country music. On January 31, the Olate Dogs will be performing during halftime when the Tennessee Volunteers Men’s Basketball team takes on Auburn in Knoxville, TN. The game is set for noon at the Thomspon-Boling Arena. Not able to make it to Knoxville? Watch these dogs in the latest #RescueFilm and […]