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animals

by Rebecca McLeod




“I love dis show,” sighs Cuddles, “I mean, look at dose boxes everywhere an the sandwich sitting right where I can reach it! I fink I even saw a bag of chips open on da floor!”
The other does nod and Psyche reaches forward to turn the volume up with the remote.

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by Sheryl Wall




Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted is the third movie about a lion named Alex (Ben Stiller) and his friends who in the previous movies broke out of the zoo and went to Africa. It starts out with Alex having a bad dream about all of them becoming old in Africa, which spurs him on to get back home to New York City to the Central Park Zoo which he finds himself homesick for.

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by Rebecca McLeod



It is half-past two, and the rattery dozes in a repose most identifiable with graveyards and Florida without tourists. Not a creature is stirring, not even a rat replacing a mouse and doing his job much better for twice the pay in cashews.

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Fur Baby Wuv For Valentine’s Day

IN THE February 14 ISSUE

FROM THE 2012 Articles,
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by Kelly Preston



On this Valentine’s Day enjoy these great videos of Fur Baby Wuv, created with love by Kelly Preston, Author of Real Dogs Don’t Whisper.

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by Tom Sims



Among the advantages of time and age is the capacity to view the world through the eyes of our children and grandchildren. Their eyes are fresh and newly awakened. All they see is through the unbiased view and unfiltered lens of one beholding wonder for the first time. Through their eyes, we can begin to see the world as children and it is a wonderful world indeed.

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We Bought a Zoo: Movie Review

IN THE January 2 ISSUE

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by Sheryl Wall



We Bought A Zoo is based on a true story. It stars Matt Damon who plays Benjamin Mee, a widowed dad trying to get his family back after the loss of his wife. He wants to have a fresh start and ends up buying a struggling zoo. If no one bought it, many animals would have to be destroyed and the zoo would never re open.

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Third Annual Bark For Life in Dinuba

IN THE October 12 ISSUE

FROM THE 2011 Articles,
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by Lorie Lewis Ham




This Saturday will be the third annual Bark For Life event in Dinuba. It not only provides some great fun for dog lovers, but helps raise money for the American Cancer Society’s efforts to find a cure for cancer.

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The One That Got Away

IN THE April 23 ISSUE

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by Joyce Brandon




When you are involved in animal rescue, very often if feels as if you are fighting a losing battle. Too many animal owners are oblivious to the fact that their actions or inactions, as it may be, have long reaching and long lasting effects. The story of our little mountain puppies demonstrates this so clearly

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