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Stunning Portraits Of Aging Dogs Will Melt Your Heart

"Dog Years" is a look at the lives and stories of 30 dogs. Of 30 best and loyal friends... then and now. Photographer Amanda Jones presents each dog as a puppy and again as an older dog. Her gorgeous portraits capture each of the dogs everlasting personalities. 

These are only a few photos from her book "Dog Years" Available Here 

To see more of her work, make sure to check out her website at http://www.amandajones.com/ 

a cute photo of a puppy and an older photo of that same dog - list of aging dogs
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Game of Thrones Actor Discourages Fans From Buying Huskies Because Of Direwolf Resemblance

Peter Dinklage and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) are calling on Game of Thrones fans not to buy huskies because they resemble the Stark clan's direwolves. Why? It seems that since the show an uproar for having resemblance of the Starks direwolves has lead fans to impulsively buying huskies, only to abandon the canine companions once the novelty wears off.

a photo from the game of thrones of the wolve or direwolf - cover for a story on how people should stop buying huskies
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This Artist Photographs Animals Miraculously Saved From The Black Market (17 Beautiful Photos)

With her series entitled "Where the Wild Things Are", the American photographer Natasha Wilson has decided to pay tribute to the animals miraculously saved from the black market, creating beautiful and poetic pictures. The animals in these photographs were collected by the Animal Tracks wildlife sanctuary, which now serves as a refuge for these wild animals, torn from the wild and trained to become pets to be sold on the black market.
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Rescuer Knocks Cat From 50 Foot Tree, Then Woman Below Catches Him With Net At The Last Moment
Somehow, poor cat, Casimir, found himself stuck in a tree 50-foot high. Stefan Brockling, an animal rescuer, arrived to the scene. Unfortunately, what was supposed to be a routine rescue didn't turn out that way. So Stefan decided to improvise.

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An excellent video in which dancers are having fun reproducing the nuptial parades of different birds and animals by recreating the courtship gestures. This video is a campaign created by the Japanese condom brand Sagami, which explains in detail the reproduction of 73 species on a dedicated website.