Perhaps the only ones happy about the COVID-19 outbreak are our pets, many of whom are getting more attention than they are used to. More and more people, it seems, are looking for companionship while spending lots of time at home.
Some PAW-sitive news to report. Staff at the Riverside County Animal Services adoption center gleefully showed off their empty facility -- a welcome sight amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vise, a K-9 with the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, celebrated his 6th birthday on April 2, days after he was repeatedly stabbed during an arrest.
Providing exactly what's needed in these trying times, Zoo Miami has shared images of two clouded leopard cubs.
No one who works at the Toronto Zoo has tested positive for the disease and no animals are exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19.
A Chicago animal shelter has some great news to share in spite of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. Chicago Animal Care and Control says it has run out of adoptable dogs for the first time ever.
A litter of foster kittens went on a magical field trip to the Georgia Aquarium.
His name is Soda Pup, a 75-pound brindle boxer with all the breeding necessary for curbside service, plus horse saddle bags and a vest with two pouches.
Scottsdale Fire crews rescued a golden retriever Friday morning after it chased a ball into a deep hole.
The Phoenix Zoo says Reba, one of its Asian elephants, was humanely euthanized following a decline in her health.
FOX 10's Anita Roman went to the zoo to see how the closures are affecting the animals and how people at home can see the animals.
The Brevard Zoo is welcoming a baby giraffe, which was born on Sunday in Melbourne.
A cat in Belgium has tested positive for the coronavirus after catching the potentially deadly bug from an infected owner, officials said Friday.
“We are so grateful to our community for rising up and helping us get so many pets into wonderful homes.”
A MCSO deputy caught some criminal javelinas in the act on Friday.
Adoptable puppies from the Atlanta Humane Society visited the Georgia Aquarium on Thursday, March 26, while it was closed due to the new coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemic.
Walt Disney World said zebra weighs about 65 pounds and was born to mom Heidi.
International travel restrictions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic are impairing the efforts of rescue dogs organizations.
The cub is now about 6-weeks-old and is healthy and feeding well.
Named after Gary Sinise's iconic character from 'Forrest Gump,' Lt. Dan is living his best life -- despite some special circumstances.