A man accused of tossing a cat into the Winnebago River in northern Iowa’s Mason City has been fined $100. Sixty-nine-year-old William Hill was sentenced on Tuesday. He’d pleaded guilty to abandonment of an animal in a deal with prosecutors who lowered the charge from animal torture.
A cat tossed out of a van on May 2 is severally injured but will survive. Now, a $2,500 reward is being offered to find the person responsible.
A 21-year-old West Liberty man is scheduled to be sentenced next month for abusing his roommate’s kitten.
A cat rescued from a northern Iowa river has found a new home in Minnesota. The Humane Society of North Iowa says Ken Avery, of St. Paul, Minnesota, had learned about Winnie’s brush with death and decided she was the right cat to replace a longtime feline companion that had died of cancer.
A Chaska man faces charges of assault, making terroristic threats and mistreating animals after he allegedly beat his girlfriend, bit part of her ear off, threatened to kill her several times, and dismembered her cat in the apartment living room.
People often build outdoor swing sets, tree houses and even skating rinks outside for their kids. But in southern Minnesota, Greg Krueger has created a playground that’s all indoors, and all for his cats.
Cat saves little boy from a biting dog.
A Monticello, Minn. man with a history of drug abuse and mental illness skinned and baked his pet cat on Monday afternoon because “he wanted to try cooking it with onions,” charges state. Cody Alexander Mann, 28, has been taken into custody and now faces felony charges of cruelty and torture of an animal.
A southern Wisconsin family who had lost hope of ever seeing their cat after he ran off five years ago has been reunited with the gray tabby. A Racine woman turned Sammie into the local Wisconsin Humane Society after being concerned the declawed kitty that’d been hanging around her home for months would not survive the cold weather.
Is the Winner of the CAT FILM FESTIVAL good enough to win the Smack Down?
Last Friday, while grilling on Jacob Todd’s rooftop patio near Dale Street and Grand Avenue, Todd and his girlfriend, Abigail Marcus, said they heard something disturbing. “We both lit up a couple of cigarettes and there was a shriek from across the street in the Pier 1 Imports parking lot,” said Todd.
An Edina home filled with what neighbors call art “treasures” burned down this afternoon.
We all love our pets, but when our animals get sick the price tag can be overwhelming.
North Branch police are asking for the public’s help after someone intentionally set fire to the North Branch Veterinary Hospital.
Federal officials are treating the discovery of a burned cat in a south Minneapolis park as a possible threat against President Obama.
A dead cat has been found in a Minneapolis park with a political message attached to it Monday morning, according to the Minneapolis Park and Recreation.
A Milwaukee area shelter saved by a cat with 26 toes is opening at its new location.
With an abundance of Minnesota pet photographers, finding the right fit for your fur baby’s close-up should never be a challenge. Through the fluff, however, some of these artists stand strides ahead of the rest for their skills capturing that special something in every pet’s personality. Whether it’s cats, horses or dogs, these area professionals know how to show the world that undefinable bond between pets and the people who love them. These, Minnesota’s best pet photographers, create art from start to finish for memories that last lifetimes.
A man who was heard yelling obscenities at his cat was cited by police in Chaska, Minn.
Cats and dogs can get heart problems just like people and while it’s fairly easy to implant pacemakers in dogs, it’s very tricky and dangerous in cats.
If you love your pet, the City of Minneapolis has an incentive that could save you money and stress.
It wasn’t a baggage problem or a unruly passenger. It was a cat!
Adam, the cat who spent three months living on a tiny triangle of land between an exit ramp and two freeways, has something to celebrate this New Year’s Eve: a new home.
You would think a cat couldn’t survive for three months while surrounded by freeway traffic. Well think again, and one Twin Cities cat did. His name is “Adam.”