The Water Bowl: Endangered Ferrets Go to 'Boot Camp'
09/29/2011 AT 11:30 AM EDT
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The National Zoo's endangered black-footed ferrets were sent to "boot camp" Wednesday to prepare the animals for life in the wild. The program, which exposes them to underground burrows and gives them the chance to kill prey, is meant to help increase the population of critters that were pronounced extinct in the late 1970's. –CBSNews.com
A Seattle couple are distraught over the loss of their 9-year-old Siberian husky who was snatched from their fenced in backyard. The theft was caught on a neighbor's security camera and police are looking for a woman who was seen putting the dog into her car.–MyNorthwest.com
Canines are helping kids in Kansas City schools learn about the effects of bullying in a popular program called No More Bullies, in which dogs help teach compassion and integrity. –USAToday
Prosecutors in Texas say the overwhelming smell coming from litter boxes use by more than 50 cats drove accused killer John Phillip Benzing to murder his wife of 27 years.–Chron.com
Three lion siblings, ranging in age from 15 to 18-years-old, were airlifted to a refuge in Colorado from their home at a fairground in Panama where they were malnourished, mistreated and living in small, cramped cages.–CNN.com