Property owners around the nation have struggled to control exploding populations of geese, but a western Pennsylvania man says he’s devised a way to manage them without firing a shot.
So, I’ll admit it! I’m not a cat person. Don’t get me wrong, I love cats. Got nothing against them. I’ve just never been the proud owner of one.
Most people remember my cat, not only because she’s quite rotten, but also because she has a stupid name.
My not so little ball of fur came into our lives about seven years ago. My wife and I were still living in New Jersey, when we found a small white cat on our porch. We took care of the cat briefly until its owners were located. That brief experience sparked a conversation about getting a cat of our own and we set out to find a furry companion.
Five white pigeons “fly the coop” at a loft in Beaver Falls.
An arrest warrant has been issued for a woman who allegedly stole a Pittsburgh Police clerk’s dog in a bizarre tale.
Loss. Losing a loved one. Sometimes it’s nearly impossible to deal with. Drowning in grief and getting harder and harder to come up for air.
Seven-year-old Zeus does not want for anything after his return home.
The soft glowing light of the alarm clock says 3:42 a.m. The low hum of the air conditioner kicking on is followed by the soft hiss of air beginning to come through the vent in the corner.
For anyone who thinks cats are a little too into themselves to train, you might want to check out a show that’s in Lawrenceville.
Brian Arendosh says he wants stop Equine Angels Rescue from bullying local horse owners.
First we saw two. And then baby eaglet made three.
The Furries are back. Pittsburgh is hosting the annual Anthrocon convention for the eighth year in a row.
The recent heat wave has not only been leaving lots of people hot, but animals as well.
Something strange was spotted at the Zone 2 Pittsburgh Police station Friday.