Even though she was sick — the dog survived several bouts of aspiration pneumonia — she wanted to care for the other babies at The Mia Foundation, a nonprofit in Rochester, New York, that rescues animals born with birth defects.
Chick-fil-A has relied on curbside pickup, takeout and drive-thru orders since mid-March to safely serve its customers while many restaurant dining rooms were shut down.A boxer named Soda Pup became a local celebrity in Maryland for bringing pickup orders to customers who could no longer enter his owner's winery.
Actor Dennis Quaid has just expanded his fur family by adopting a 6-year-old black cat."I was like there is no way this is real, like, someone is pranking us," Danielle Ulmer, Lynchburg Humane Society, Adoption Center Manager, told WSLS.Dennis Quaid, luckiest black cat alive.
A 300-pound pig named Willy was the first animal rescued by Little Bear Sanctuary when it opened in 2017.Christoper Vane / Little Bear SanctuaryMany people buy pigs as pets but then surrender them when they get “too big.” Before that happened to Willy, his owner taught him to sit like a dog for treats.
But Channel 4 hung tough, and hung its cameras on various dogs owned by people who, by stretching the word to the very limits of its already considerable elasticity, could be described as celebrities – and then it unleashed the hounds.
Well, we’re about to find out thanks to new Channel 4 series, Celebrity Snoop Dogs.has landed a cheeky first look at the series, which will see mystery celebrities allow cameras into their fancy homes.Celebrity Snoop Dogs starts Friday at 8.30pm on Channel 4.
Meet Olive Beckham, the celebrity dog draped in Louis Vuitton, who might just be the luckiest pet around Swaddled by David Beckham in a £5,000 blanket – does this dog have the dream life?
Rachael Ray's Nutrish 'natural' dog food is ‘potentially harmful,’ lawsuit says copied! Nutrish, the company that makes celebrity chef Rachael Ray's dog food brand, markets itself as containing natural ingredients. But a new lawsuit claims it contains a weed-killing chemical.