NOVEMBER 13, 2013
You probably noticed, as you maneuvered through the aisles of elaborate costumes at your nearest Halloween store, various costumes for your furry friend. A pumpkin for your pug, a hat for your black cat, or a hot dog for your Dachshund – there were numerous Halloween costumes that allowed you to include your pets in the spooky fun. Some pets, however, don’t need a strange-looking costume to get into the Halloween spirit; they were simply born with one.
Pet of the Week: Chowder
MULLET OVER BY JAMES K. WHITE | NOVEMBER 13, 2013
Think that you have a bad job? I offer for consideration Jake Owens, an environmentalist/zoologist who often gropes through hot, snake-invested jungles. His goal: gather monkey poo-poo for content analysis.