Daily Mail - USA
11 minutes
A thief is perhaps lucky he got away with his body intact after he stole a python from a pet store by putting it in his pants. The man fled the store undetected but was caught on surveillance footage.
Beijing Bulletin
22 minutes
The very cute pet - one of six abandoned kittens fostered by the same family - has been filmed bopping her head perfectly in time to techno music as she hangs out in her living room in America.
Ruptly TV
an hour
Hundreds of religious animal-lovers queued up outside the Church of San Anton in Madrid, on Tuesday, to get their pets blessed by the local priest on the day of Saint Anthony, the patron saint of animals. SOT, Mercedes, pet owner (Spanish): "I have come here with my bird because I made a promise to protect it; I think it is very beautiful to bring it to the Saint." SOT, Rosa Maria, pet owner (Spanish): "I am a believer, I like animals, I love them very much and it is my son's and his girlfriend's, but I have a lot of time and I love it a lot, it keeps me company, to both me and my husband." Video ID: 20170117- 040 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Reuters
an hour
Mashable
3 hours
Everyone knows cats rule the internet. This just proves the point. Youtuber Pasdidée wrangled up their pet cats in order to performa great service to the galaxy, by recreating on of Star Wars 's most iconic scene, shot for shot. The two precious felines, with some help from their human, performed the scene in Empire Strikes Back, where Darth Vader tells Luke Skywalker that he is Luke's father. The moment is dramatic, pivotal and thrilling. Frankly, these cats get it just right. Man brilliantly/stupidly decides to destroy wasp nest with his bare hands 7 year-old's Taylor Swift impersonation is pretty close to perfect This musical robot can play the bagpipes better than you Lin-Manuel Miranda drops pitch-perfect 'West Wing' tribute rap Read more... More about Star Wars , Cats , Watercooler , Videos , and Film
Lancashire Telegraph
4 hours
OUR readers were having lots of fun at the weekend as we were inundated with photographs of your prized pooches and cute cats wearing lots of outfits for 'Dress Up Your Pet Day'.
Design Milk - Home
4 hours
Evening Standard - Business
4 hours
Here's how you can start an education at the world's finest universities for nothing while drinking free cupcake tea.
NASA - ISS Reports
4 hours
Daily Express - Nature
5 hours
A FEARLESS scuba diving instructor has formed an unlikely relationship with a pair of sharks he has stroked since they could fit in his hand.
BBC One Scotland
5 hours
A puppy which swallowed an eight inch long kitchen knife is recovering at home in Glasgow. Macie, who's a Staffordshire bull terrier, needed emergency surgery after the accident almost three weeks ago. Owner Irene Paisley said the family pet may have pinched the knife out of the dishwasher. Now, let's get the weather forecast, and Kawser is at the map this lunchtime.
Daily Mail - Home
8 hours
The very cute pet - one of six abandoned kittens fostered by the same family - has been filmed bopping her head perfectly in time to techno music as she hangs out in her living room in America.
Daily Express
8 hours
A PET owner has spoken of her shock after her female pug sprouted a PENIS and was identified as a one-in-a-million hermaphrodite.
Mashable
9 hours
West Briton
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Daily Mail - Australia
19 hours
A couple who bought a micro-pig were stunned when their pint-sized family pet turned into a 670lb giant. Steve Jenkins and Derek Walter adopted Esther thinking she would only grow to around 70lb.
The Huffington Post
20 hours
But that wasn't recognition. Recognition would have been letting her know that she did a great job on a difficult project or even better, providing something of value to her in response to that performance. Here is the news: Your employees want to work in a positive environment. That, however, isn't the same as providing recognition. Your employees know it and want you to do the same. Problem #2: Confusing fun and games at an off-site with recognition. Off-site meetings can be very beneficial to your group's success. And most - or at least some - of your team really enjoys playing those team building games. Who wouldn't salivate over the opportunity to fire a paint ball gun at the person who consistently microwaves salmon and brings it to the desk to eat? From your staff's point of view, off-site meetings can also be a pain. They involve arranging child care, pet care, or elder care.
NewsMax
20 hours
Daily Express
20 hours
DRUG ADDICTS are maiming their own dogs to get their hands on opiate pills from vets in a shocking new trend, authorities have warned.
Daily Mail - Australia
21 hours
A couple who bought a micro-pig were stunned when their pint-sized family pet turned into a 670lb giant. Steve Jenkins and Derek Walter adopted Esther thinking she would only grow to around 70lb.
Daily Mail - Australia
21 hours
A couple who bought a micro-pig were stunned when their pint-sized family pet turned into a 670lb giant. Steve Jenkins and Derek Walter adopted Esther thinking she would only grow to around 70lb.
The Economic Times
a day
“This shows that a lot of problems can be solved through a good business idea,” she says. The problem in question was that of people still cooking with mud stoves in the villages. The solution: a biomass stove which has sold over 4 lakh units over the last four years, generating revenues of over $6.5mn. It’s had a direct impact on the lives of 2mn people and is estimated to have mitigated over 12mn tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions. The other remarkable aspect is that the entire sales staff is women. Her pet peeve is the subtle sexism that exists everywhere – from routinely being asked whether this is her father’s company to being spoken over in investor meetings. “It isnt sexual harassment, but sexism,” she says. Samina Vaziralli, Vice-chairman, Cipla When her family asked her to return to India and fill the leadership void at Cipla five years ago, Samina Vaziralli was ambivalent.
BBC Parliament
a day
I think the noble lady has given us a tremendous reason as to why we should be cautious of ferrets. They were 68 ferries that came in last year under the pet scheme and I very much hope that everyone has taken note of what the noble lady has said about trousers. A Lord's question marks about eight minutes, much longer than any comments or it is that much harder to wriggle out of answering an awkward one.
The Canary
a day
A shocking incident on a National Trust beach has added weight to the argument against repealing the Hunting Act. An unprovoked attack, by a pack of around 30 hounds left an elderly couple injured. And an eyewitness said the hounds were baying. Seemingly for blood. Baying for a pet dog On Saturday 14 January at around [...] The post A shocking attack has blown the... Visit www.thecanary.co to read more.