Clever Dog Hands Itself In At Police Station

A clever Border Collie dog walked into a police station after becoming separated from her owners on a walk. Rosie was being walked by owners Steve and Julie Harper in Southfields Park, Loughborough, on 3 November, when she was startled by a firework and ran off. However, the resourceful pet then calmly took a seat in the local police station.

The moment that Rosie, a 10-year-old rescue dog, walked into Loughborough Police station was captured by CCTV footage, the BBC reports. Fortunately, the Harpers are responsible dog owners, and Rosie was wearing a collar with an ID tag which enabled police to track down her owners with no trouble.

Mrs Harper, 61, said: “She went and stood with her dad, which she does when she is nervous, and then skedaddled [when the firework went off]. She pushed herself through a hedge and handed herself in to the police station.

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Injured City Kitten Is Now Safe in Our Hands

Terrified and hiding under a New York City bus with a severely damaged left eye, Granola barely made it out of the perilous situation he was in. Fortunately, the tiny, five-week-old kitten was found by our rescue partner, Manhattan Animal Care Center, who contacted us because they knew we would provide Granola with the care he needed.

“When Granola arrived, he was in very poor condition, weighing only 1 ½ pounds, dehydrated, with a ruptured eyeball requiring enucleation,” said Dr. Gerard Laheney, Animal League America Senior Veterinarian. It is a condition that we are experienced in treating. Dr. Laheney explained that this issue is typically caused by a simple viral infection or conjunctivitis that was left untreated. As the feline’s eyes become dry and irritated, they rub them to clean away the discharge, which causes more swelling and irritation. A vicious cycle of pain and swelling ensues. Once the eye

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