Instead of taking up a way of living that’s in harmony with the Earth, we’re always busy trying to take dominion over it. We want to be masters of the universe, but we’re not even masters of our own neighborhoods.
So many people at the park are tuned out to the sights and sounds of real life, and plugged in to their IPods? Animals, however, are always tuned in. Maybe that’s why we often think they have a “sixth sense.”
“A squirrel managed to get into our indoor-outdoor den while we were away,” writes renowned blogger Zennie Abraham. The squirrel hadn’t survived, so Zennie decided that the least he could do would be to give her a good funeral
Did Norton the parrot belong with the family he now lived with? Or with the neighbors who had given him away but now wanted him back? Companion animal custody cases are becoming more common. Check out the judge’s ruling in this one, and tell us if you agree.
Left in a book-drop on a freezing winter’s night, Dewey became the world’s most famous library cat. A new book by his librarian and caregiver tells tales of people who wrote to her about how their own lives were changed by the love of a cat
“Tigers never look you in the eyes,” says one of the winners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year award. “They never stare at you. Tigers are cool. They’re not bothered by humans.” Here are some of the other top photos
How a dog helped a patient in psychotherapy rediscover her true emotions. “Animals have a way of triggering the deep imprisoned emotions of love, kindness, trust, value and playfulness,” explains psychologist Dr. Ruby Benjamin.