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From ‘Scaredy Cat’ to Queen of the House

From ‘Scaredy Cat’ to Queen of the House

An FIV-positive cat makes a transformation and finds her forever home after 1,405 days in the shelter. Story by Emily Dieckman Photos Courtesy of The Hermitage No-Kill Cat Shelter Amid the coronavirus pandemic of the last few months, many people have expressed feeling...

Third Grade Students for Four Legged Friends

Third Grade Students for Four Legged Friends

Story by Bella Wexler, Photos by Julie Farbarik At Catalina Foothills School District’s Canyon View Elementary, the love for animals runs deep. This is proven by the school’s third grade students both within and beyond the classroom. On March 10, they filed into their...

Pilots to the Rescue: When Pets Fly

Pilots to the Rescue: When Pets Fly

Story by Bella Wexler, Photos by “The Dogist” None have the privilege of choosing the circumstances into which they are born. Oftentimes, animals bear the brunt end of this reality, especially when they are born with severe medical conditions or are being housed in an...

Kitty Korner: The Reality of Owning Exotic Cats

Kitty Korner: The Reality of Owning Exotic Cats

Story and Photos by Rebecca West For a lot of folks, the idea of owning an exotic feline rather than an ordinary house cat is hugely appealing. The call of the wild may not extend to the depths displayed in the recent Netflix hit “Tiger King,” but owning an exotic on...

Must Love Animals & Exercise: Comforting Goat Yoga

Must Love Animals & Exercise: Comforting Goat Yoga

Story and photos by Rebecca West Into physical fitness and new experiences? Ready to try something completely different that involves hanging with the furry bleating set, complete with scraggly beards and cloven hooves? (Sound of brakes screeching) Err, wait. Say...

Kitty Korner: Paying it Forward with Professor X

Kitty Korner: Paying it Forward with Professor X

Story by Emily Dieckman, Photos Courtesy Clara Lee Arnold In the wake of her husband’s passing, longtime animal welfare advocate finds joy in providing pet therapy with her cat. Clara Lee Arnold and her certified therapy cat, Professor X, both have an aura of...