There are people who identify as animals. I first read about this a few years ago. A story from Norway, where a grown woman claimed to be a cat. She walked around town with an attached tail, whiskers, and cat ears. Despite DNA saying she… Read More »Twin Falls Schools Said to Allow Students to Identify as Animals
The Biden cat is finally out of the bag. President Joe Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden have been teasing a feline companion to join their two German shepherds (the late Champ and the sometimes temperamental Major) since taking office. (They also recently adopted… Read More »5 facts about Willow the first cat, who has finally arrived at the White House
click to enlarge PHOTO BY BEN ROMANG Dr. Meredith Volle speaks to a group of new medical residents from SIU School of Medicine who were part of a bus tour of Springfield to better understand the “social determinants of health” that influence 80% of a… Read More »Letters to the editor 7/28/22 | Letters to the Editor
Ah, Mother Nature: a source of artistry as old as the earth itself. From Eden to the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, green pastures have long evoked ideas of purity, paradise and plenitude, or, as we know it today, ‘wholesomeness’. Look at the masterpieces of Monet… Read More »From Loewe to Dior Men, why is fashion so obsessed with gardening for SS23?
Hello and welcome to Financial Face-off, a MarketWatch column where we help you weigh financial decisions. Our columnist will give her verdict. Weigh in on whether you think she’s right in the comments. And please share your suggestions for future Financial Face-off columns. If you’re… Read More »Financial Face-Off: Which pet makes better financial sense, a cat or a dog?
SHARON — Two events this month on the same date — a pet food giveaway and “Paws for a Cause” — will help support the community’s pet owners and animal rescues. The first event will be a giveaway of cat and dog food, organized by… Read More »Upcoming events to help pet owners, animal rescues | News
The smallest feline is a masterpiece, said one of the most fascinating characters in the history of Western art, Leonardo da Vinci centuries ago! According to Austrian zoologist and Nobel Laureate Konrad Lorenz there is no faith which has never yet been broken, except that… Read More »Their love is unconditional Pets as stress-busters during tough times
One of the most emotionally laden and difficult conversations a family can have involves what to do when an older relative can no longer live independently — at least not fully. Most of us want to keep our independence for as long as possible, while… Read More »Can a robot roommate help you care for your aging parent?