Remedial Media: This Week in the Ottawa Petfinder

Deer still respect old Iron Curtain
Mothers pass lessons down to their fawns
–April 24.

Bighorn sheep might set big horns record
–April 23.

Trapped beaver tale has a happy ending
–April 21.

Woman fosters cat, but told she can’t adopt
–April 17.

At least one prospective juror in New Jersey could take a bite out of crime. Cumberland County has summoned IV Griner to jury duty. The only problem is IV is a five-year-old German shepherd.
–April 17.

Furry Friend: Ashley Hoard holds four-year-old Felix at the Ferret Fest put on by the Ferret Rescue Society at the Westboro Legion Branch 480 on Saturday.
–April 14.

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One comment on “Remedial Media: This Week in the Ottawa Petfinder
  1. mmedesevigne says:

    Normally, I’m the first to roll my eyes at the idiocies of The Petfinder. You’d think that, after all these years, the editors of the pisse-pauvre pifflesheet would just sigh and say: “Well, there goes another headline in the FRANK file.”

    But the story about the German shepherd is almost mildly newsworthy. Takes me back to the day when a friend of mine couldn’t get a credit card in his own name, but managed to get one from the same company for his cat (!)

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