With no sightings of tags or a collar, Watterson took the cat home and eventually brought her to the Greater Portland Animal Refuge League in Westbrook after she exhibited signs of stress.
Little did Jordan know that Jax was doing his part to get home as well -- the courageous canine jumped out of the back of the thieves’ white Ford F-150 pickup truck on the highway.
"We've had dogs swallowing stones before but usually one or two, three at a push - 206 is unheard of."You'd think as a 12-year-old he'd know better."We really thought the worst when we saw the X-ray - how are we going to get all these out?"How much damage has already been done?"But we're delighted he's made a full recovery, he's really very lucky to be alive."
Firefighters found the strange bedfellows "huddled together for safety and support," according to a Grass Valley Fire Department Facebook post, after surviving the deadly Carr Fire in Shasta County.
It bewilders me to see that if dog lovers can shower love and affection on their pedigree pets, then why not on us? It’s been an year since he has gone but I’m still hoping some day Rico will come back to me.
Shifting to a new city is okay, but the worst part is learning to live without my dogs. So, now when you take your pet for a walk, let them sniff around and explore stories.
Touted as one of the all-time classic dog films, this is a heart-rending story about a loyal Collie named Lassie, whose poverty-stricken family is compelled to sell her off. Q. I am a pet parent of a seven-month-old male Yorkshire Terrier named Frodo.