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Update: The animals seized from the abandoned home have been medically evaluated by a veterinarian. They are responding to medical treatment a…
Growing up, my family always had pets — at least one dog, a cat or two, a rabbit, a bird, a couple of fish, and at point, an iguana.
Residents of a suburban Houston neighborhood received a shock Mother’s Day morning when a tiger was spotted walking down the street. An off-duty police officer stood with his service weapon attempting to contain the large cat when the owner Victor Cuevas, 26, came out, kissed the tiger and walked him back into his home.
My aunt once asked me if there will be animals in Heaven. Perhaps it is a good question to ask during this season when pets have played such an important role in helping us survive COVID. When many of us have had to distance from family, friends, co-workers, and classmates our pets have stepped up. The CDC says that pets, especially dogs, help our social, emotional, and mental development. Of course, most of us don’t need the CDC to tell us this. Our pets become part of the family. If they are that important on earth, will there be animals in heaven?
A local tree service owner recently assisted an animal control officer in rescuing a cat that had been stuck on a 40-foot high branch for days.
Hundreds of taxidermy mounts representing of some of the state’s top scoring whitetail bucks and other big game animals taken during the 2020-21 hunting seasons will be on display at a series of Sportsman’s Celebration banquets hosted in coming weeks by the Texas Big Awards Program.