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Ghostly Image Of Deceased Kentucky Dog Shows Up In Bonfire Flames

The loss of a loved one is always one of the hardest things we have to deal with in our lives. And, since our pets are as much a part of our family as any person, the loss is just as devastating. But, what if, like with people there might be a chance they never leave us, but continue to comfort and guard us even in death.
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Shark attacks in landlocked states? Yes, there have been shark bites in Kentucky, Missouri and New Mexico

Colorado Governor Jared Polis shared a fun fact on Twitter last week: "Colorado is tied for state with the least shark attacks!" While that might seem quite obvious for a landlocked state, the graphic Polis shared raised eyebrows. The shark attack map showed other landlocked states – including New Mexico, Missouri and Kentucky — did have at least one shark attack.
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This city is Kentucky's first to ban cat and dog sales in retail stores, public spaces

Elizabethtown made history earlier this week, becoming the first municipality in Kentucky to ban the sale of cats and dogs in retail pet shops and public places. It is now against the law in Elizabethtown for any business to sell cats or dogs of any age or for individuals to sell cats or dogs in a "public thoroughfare, public common area or flea market."
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