The Water Bowl: Dogs Who Go to Church; Plus: Free Cats for Allergic Kids

The Water Bowl: Dogs Who Go to Church; Plus: Free Cats for Allergic Kids

updated 06/26/2009 at 10:43 AM EDT

originally published 06/26/2009 10:34AM

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In October, pastor Rachel Bickford of the Pilgrim Congregational Church in North Weymouth, Mass., began holding services for both people and dogs.--Guideposts

An Army dog named Toby ingested an explosive while sniffing out Taliban improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in Afghanistan. The pooch was picked up by a medical emergency helicopter and whisked back to Camp Bastion.--The Press Association

Allerca Lifestyle Pets officially launched its Pet Buddies program this week to provide the company's hypoallergenic kittens at no cost to pet-allergic children undergoing long-term medical treatment.--PR Newswire

A 1-year-old feline in West Norfolk, England, miraculously survived a hit by an arrow. Doctors say it narrowly missed vital organs.--BBC

Help Maggie heal! Maggie, a kitty that got her foot caught in an elevator shaft in Harlem, N.Y., needs expensive surgery that her owner can't afford.--New York Daily News

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