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officers get doggy surprise on suspicious call
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From the Independence Police Dept's Facebook page:

"Yes, this really happened today! Each day is different for a police officer but this definitely doesn't happen very often. Officers were dispatched to 23rd and Harris to assist Animal Control on an unusual call. Someone thought it was suspicious when they saw about 20 dogs in a car. It turned out that these rescue dogs were all well taken care of and just on their way to a dog show. They are all trained and apparently have their own special talents. Some of the little ones are still in training and only know how to give kisses."

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goat poses for photo after leading police on wild chase
Via NorfolkPD
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From the Norfolk Police Department's Facebook page:

"After a brief foot pursuit by Animal Control Officers Blankenship and Calnan, the goat was apprehended...No charges will be filed against the goat! He was just enjoying the springtime weather."

You got lucky this time, goat. 

Chewy the Alpaca!

When 14-year-old Matt wasn't allowed to get a pet dog, he adopted a different kind of best friend - An alpaca! 'Chewy' is now a big part of the family and even has an Instagram account to keep fans updated on his adventures! <3 #9Today

Posted by TODAY on Monday, March 28, 2016
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If you're interested in this particular rescue puppy, Graycie Claire, here's a detailed account from the Vet in the video:



Here's a bit of Graycie's most recent Facebook update:


You can continue to follow Graycie Claire's progress on Granite Hills Animal Care's facebook page.

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Ginger Rogers (A341003) danced her way into hearts yesterday when her video was shared on social media. It's been viewed...

Posted by Orange County Animal Services on Thursday, February 11, 2016

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Video of manatees outside Three Sisters Springs in Crystal River Florida this morning. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service estimates about 300 manatees were using the spring as a warm water shelter this morning.