Animal control officer Wanda Snell knows what she saw: A veterinarian inserted a needle into the black-and-brown mutt and injected a chemical meant to euthanize the dog no one had adopted. The animal moved a bit and was still and quiet by the time she left the shelter for home.
What Snell can't explain is how or why a mixed-breed dog that nobody wanted recovered overnight and has since bounced back fully from what should have been a lethal injection.
It's a match made in bad-attitude heaven!
A cat named Gizmo has only minor injuries after a nine-story fall at a Manhattan apartment building.
New York's Daily News reports Gizmo fell off a 12th-floor terrace on Tuesday. He crashed onto a third-floor landing and became wedged between a skylight and a wall.
What's shark for 'Say Cheese'? Andy Casagrande should know.
The filmmaker's work has been featured in 27 Shark Week specials – this year alone he took part in Air Jaws: Fin of Fury, Lair of the Mega Shark, Zombie Sharks and last but not least, Great White Matrix, which airs Aug. 16.
With all of this experience under his camera strap, we choose to believe him when he tells EW.com that sharks do smile for his camera.
Ever wonder what it's like to get a piggyback ride from a whale?
This amazing YouTube video captures a pair of kayakers's whale of a tale near Puerto Madryn in Argentina, a city famous worldwide for whale watching.
According to InterPatagonia, from early June to the beginning of November, southern right whales come near shore by the hundreds to mate and breed. These whales can be identified by the distinct markings on their heads, which are visible in this video.
These kayakers spotted some of the majestic marine mammals from afar, and as they get closer, the unexpected happens.
A New Hampshire woman who called police after stopping in a highway median to help some stranded ducklings plans to fight a $100 ticket.
Hallie Bibeau of Newfields tells WMUR-TV she was driving east on Route 101 on Friday when she had to slam on her brakes to avoid hitting the ducklings. She says their mother and several of the ducklings were hit by a car. The mother died.
We know how excited your dog is about the Fourth of July – well, at least for your family's barbecue.
While it's fun to include your best buddy in the July 4th festivities like fireworks and road trips, it's important to be mindful of the dangers they can face as the temperatures rise. Now that it's summer, hot days, hot cars and hot pavement are just some of the most common hazards.
Our friends at the Humane Society Silicon Valley (HSSV) have put together this adorable infographic that offers 5 tips for keeping your pet safe this summer. Read it, make a summer pet safety plan and have a paw-some holiday!