Miami resident Joshua Edwards lost his Rottweiler, Duke, eight years ago. As each and everyday passed…his glimmer of hope faded and he eventually succumb to the realization that the chance of finding him was very unlikely…
Then the phone rings!
Five days ago he received a call from a pet chip company saying they had a dog named Duke registered to him. On Tuesday Edwards nervously awaited a reunion with the dog, not sure what to expect.
A 24-year-old woman was reportedly found pushing her dead 3-year-old son in a swing at Wills Memorial Park in Maryland on Friday.
According to sources Police Officers first responded to the park at just before 7 a.m. after receiving calls about a woman who had been pushing a child in a swing for an unusually long period of time.
NBC’s “The Voice” Judges Adam Levine and Blake Shelton tackle the streets of Los Angeles as they ride to work together in a hilarious commercial for the new Nissan Altima.
The two are like little kids. From the moment Blake tries to get in the passenger seat and Adam keeps pulling forward to Blake’s backseat driving and pushing every button in the car, including Adam’s. They fight over the radio and what route to take to work, leaving Adam asking, “how does your wife deal with this?”
I’d buy a Nissan if it came with Blake to ride to work with.
Sgt. Jacob Fisher was on his third tour of duty in Afghanistan and doing a tower check on a military base when he was alerted that there was an animal in one of the wild animal traps they set.
That’s when he met Jax. He took the the puppy in from the cold and within a week he knew he had to take the puppy home with him.
Jax helped Fisher through tough times, lifting his spirits and cheering him up when he was having a bad day.
After his seven-month deployment, he returned home but he knew he would see Jax again thanks to support from SPCA International’s program Operation Baghdad Pups.
There has been bizarre activity outside the Ed Sullivan Theater and from what we hear…it has to do with dumpster diving.
Fans of recently retired David Letterman are going all out…or should we say all in…to find memorable trashy treasures used by the late night talk show host.
They’ve been seen rooting through the large garbage containers pulling out items such as seat cushions, props and miscellaneous articles.
Sources are saying that some of the articles are expected to end up on eBay!