These adorable fur babies were gifted hundreds of tennis balls and they went nuts.
The lack of available food sources due to the shutdown of bars, restaurants, and other businesses during the coronavirus pandemic has reportedly lead to an increase in aggressiveness in rats as they become desperate for food.
A two-faced kitten named Biscuits and Gravy passed away after living for nearly four days.
A Maryland family's dog jumped out of their second story window seemingly unharmed.
A chimpanzee recognized a former zoo volunteer decades later and the heartwarming reunion was captured on video.
The Animal Humane Society is asking people to adopt more "pocket pets" - rabbits, guinea pigs, gerbils and hamsters - as the critters are in need of homes.
As humans deal with the devastation of the novel coronavirus, an outbreak among wildlife has occurred in the U.S. which threatens the wild and domestic rabbit population along with their environments.
Residents in south Minneapolis may notice a low-flying plane in their area Wednesday as the Minnesota Department of Agriculture treats a gypsy moth infestation detected in the area last fall.
Congrats, Dr. Moose!
The therapy horse peeked through bedroom windows and nuzzled masked residents outside in the courtyard.
A puppy and her owner have been reunited after she was stolen in St. Paul, Minnesota.
A deer unexpectedly joined two Missouri joggers out on their run.
Authorities are asking for help finding a missing pet lizard in Champlin, Minnesota. According to police, the Asian Water Monitor lizard is 3 feet long and is "good at climbing stuff."
The Animal Humane Society's Walk for Animals went virtual this weekend, as the coronavirus prevented this year's normal event.
Video captured a squirrel "working from home" on a tiny laptop inside a miniature office set.
Two patrolling Las Vegas Police officers happened upon a cat with its head stuck in a soup can.
A new study explores how antibodies from llamas immunized with “prefusion-stabilized betacoronavirus spike proteins” may prove beneficial as therapeutic treatment for COVID-19 patients.
The Animal Humane Society has seen the need for free pet food rise in just the past month and a number of organizations are stepping up to meet the demand.
This is the time of year when, normally, 5Ks, marathons, and walking events flood the streets across the metro. That includes the Animal Humane Society's largest annual fundraiser, the Walk for Animals.
A California veterinarian says pets often display similar coronavirus symptoms as humans.