- ORIGINAL STORY - The public is being asked to help learn the whereabouts of a missing southeast Minnesota man. The Lake City Police Department is asking for assistance in locating 38-year-old Richard J. Dose. The department says he was last seen the morning of Oct 19 leaving his residence.
Chances are good you've noticed some shortage or another if you've been inside a grocery store lately. Week by week, the national shortages keep shifting. Here are the ones shoppers have noticed this past week—it may be time to get clever and start strategizing your holiday meal-shopping accordingly. We searched...
Rhodesian Ridgebacks own short coats don't provide much protection against cold weather, meaning the fur jacket came in handy and looked stylish in the viral video.
Sometimes a cat just needs to kick back and relax after a long day of catting around. Luckily for us, it's adorable when they do! Watch the cats sitting like humans in this funny video! The post Fur Laughs: We Absolutely Can’t Get Enough Of Cats Sitting Like Humans [VIDEO] appeared first on CatTime.
According to detectives, an investigation found Marylyn Richards was neglecting her female Maltese named Minni.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Every year on the weekend before Halloween, Most Valuable Pets (MVP) hosts a “trunk or treat” a little different than other ones around town. Sunday was the third annual “Hound-O-Ween”, a trunk or treat event that’s both kid and dog friendly. MVP owner Melissa Whitton says...
The best of London's street style inspired us to take our fall outfits to the next level and try out a few fashion trends that have been filling up our social feeds. Whether you are looking for fresh new ways to wear knitwear, want to clash colors like a pro, or are wondering how to style those fuzzy bucket hats loved by Rihanna and Dua Lipa, we've got five easy outfit ideas you can copy this autumn.
Buy: Online at Moose Knuckles and Telfar's website. Editor's Notes: Moose Knuckles, the Canadian outerwear brand whose name doesn't mean what you think, is gearing up to drop a collaboration with Telfar — signature bags included. The winter range pays homage to "New Yorkers' penchant for getting noticed while minding...
Whether you’re looking for a new home on acreage or a fixer-upper close to amenities, you can probably find a listing here to suit you: This 3 bed / 2.5 bath ranch home is situated on 10 beautiful acres just 2.4 miles from Interstate 81. The home offers a
Planning for your four-legged loved ones (better known as your children who wear fur coats) can be just as challenging as planning for your two-legged loved ones. As a specialist in wills, trusts and estates, and an animal lover myself, I’ve helped many people craft plans to protect their pets over the years.
Warning: Readers may find some of the detailed descriptions in the content of this article disturbing. The furriest Singaporeans continue to deal with doggone inhumanity. In the latest episode of animal mistreatment, a petrified brown poodle in for a trim was given the rough treatment by groomers at The Fur Room in Serangoon in footage making waves since last night. Its groomer appeared to repeatedly yank the dog’s tail, shake its head by the neck and let it fall off the table. Another went at it with a comb in a way that can only be described as “ouch.”
Home Depot, Lowe's, and Other Retailers Are Pulling This From Shelves. Most shoppers have likely become accustomed to certain products not being available amid a myriad of supply chain issues and the ongoing pandemic. But over the last two years, many companies have also banded together to remove controversial products from their stores. Department stores like Saks Fifth Avenue and Nordstrom banned animal fur products following decades of protests, while grocery stores like Kroger and Costco have banned the sell of Chaokoh coconut milk over allegations that the company uses cruel practices against monkeys. Now, several major U.S. retailers have started pulling certain items from stores following links to alleged human rights abuses. Read on to find out what you won't be able to buy from Home Depot, Lowe's, Best Buy, and other major retailers.
Minot Daily News
Boo at the Zoo returns to Roosevelt Park Zoo in Minot and is set for Saturday from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. The traditional event for trick or treaters was not held in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, it was a drive-through event. Jennifer Kleen, executive director of the Greater...