28-Toed Minnesota Feline Ties World Record For Most Toes On CatOwner Jeanne Martin, of Northfield, says Paws’ genetic trait comes in handy.
Christmas Brings Chocolate Poisoning Warning For DogsVets, writing in the journal Veterinary Record, say Christmas and Easter are the most dangerous times of the year for pets to fall ill from eating chocolate.
80-Year-Old Clip Shows 'Minneapolis Fire Cat' Sliding Down Station PolesAn 80-year-old movie clip has surfaced on the internet, and an old Minneapolis firefighter is getting well-deserved recognition online.
Rescue Cat That Cared For Young Cancer Patient Named 'Cat Of The Year'A caring rescue cat has been named Great Britain's National Cat of the Year for helping to comfort a young cancer patient, BBC News reported.
Pets Do Not Benefit Kids' Health, Study FindsDogs and cats have no "significant" impact on children's mental and physical health, according to a new study by the Rand Corporation.
Talking Points: Ticks, Pets & Lyme DiseasePublic health officials and veterinarians are warning about an abundance of deer ticks this summer in Minnesota -- not only do they represent a threat to humans but to our animals as well.
Mpls. Taproom Becomes 1st In State To Legally Allow DogsLakes and Legends, a taproom in Minneapolis' Loring Park neighborhood, is now the first dining or drinking establishment in Minnesota to legally allow dogs inside
Good Question: Why Do Dogs Walk In A Circle Before Lying Down?According to animal health experts, this is an instinct that goes all the way back to prehistoric times.
DNR: Uptick In Distemper Cases In Southern MinnesotaThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says there’s been a rise in reports of canine distemper, a disease in raccoons that can affect dogs.
Study: Cats Seek Human Contact Before Food After Being Deprived Of BothOregon State researchers took 50 cats from shelters and homes and deprived them of food, toys and human contact for a few hours.
Helping Homeless Pets Find Homes For Nat'l Puppy DayTwo friends of more than 20 years continue to work with rescues here in the Twin Cities.
4 Things To Know: John Glenn's Death, Nation-Wide Wintry Weather & MoreFrom the death of the legendary John Glenn to winter weather affecting a large part of the country, here are the four stories to know for Friday, Dec. 9.