Investigators say 46-year-old Brett Nash had it all worked out — on paper.
Biscuit is morbidly obese and that is a concern for officials at the St. Charles Animal Control shelter.
A Joplin family is celebrating finding a cat they hadn’t seen since their home was destroyed by a tornado 18 months ago.
Now one group is hoping the community will help shelter sick, injured and disabled cats.
The cat was found with an arrow in his stomach.
In preparation for Pet-A-Palooza, this week on The Voice Box the KMOX staff is talking about their favorite furry friends. Come out to Pet-A-Palooza Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Purina Farms.
To embrace the uniqueness of a beloved animal for eternity and capture that essence every pet owner loves, an everlasting photograph is essential. Saving those memories of your pet in his favorite spot at home or bounding through her favorite park keeps them close to your heart forever. St. Louis’ best pet photographers know how to showcase your fur baby at his finest no matter the circumstances.
According to the will of its owner, Boots the cat was destined for that great litter box in the sky.
Finding the “off” switch on your cat.
It’s the second animal shot with an arrow this year.
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