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Leopard on the Loose in Indian City

LUCKNOW - A northern Indian city stayed on alert on Tuesday after a wild leopard strayed into a hospital, a cinema and an apartment block, officials said. Credit: Associated Press Authorities had closed schools, colleges and markets on Monday in Meerut, 60 kilometres (37 miles) northeast of the Indian capital, after the leopard was discovered prowling the city's streets. Wildlife officials backed by police have fanned out across the city of 3.5 million people to try to tranquilise and catch the animal, although there were no sightings on Tuesday. "It is quite possible that the leopard has retreated to the jungle by now, but we can't take chances. We are on the alert," senior local...

Cat Just Wants to Apologize

Apologizing is hard. It's not easy to swallow one's pride and admit fault. It's even more difficult when the person to whom you're trying to apologize won't listen. It can frustrating, sometimes even infuriating. It can turn a sincere apology into one that maybe isn't completely sincere. Watch the video below and see an apology from one cat to another go terribly wrong, especially when one decides that being nice just isn't worth it....

A cat is recovering after being shot through the mouth with an arrow. Police found and rescued the injured feline, bringing it to a veterinarian in Washington City, Utah. Animal Welfare Services received a call Wednesday morning about a cat seen near Nisson Park with an arrow in its face. Two officers were able to catch the cat and transport it to a veterinary clinic. "You could tell the cat was in pain," said Dr. Jace King of the Washington County Veterinary Clinic. "It couldn't move because of where the arrow was at." After initially believing that the cat would have to be euthanized, King decided to remove the arrow after seeing X-ray images of the its placement. "It came through...

It is hard work trekking through rain, sleet or snow to deliver mail day in and day out. Mailmen often have to deal with irate pets determined to defend their home turf from an invading force. Of all the crazy cats and dogs that mailmen must contend with on a daily basis, this fierce kitty may take the cake. It must have been preparing for battle hours before the dreaded postal truck pulled up in front of the house. The poor mailman did not stand a chance. Watch this video and be sure to say a kind word to a postal worker on National Thank a Mailman Day this Feb. 4!...

NEW DELHI - A wild tiger is believed to have killed four villagers in northern India in 12 days, prompting searches for the big cat and protests from villagers, an official said Thursday. The beast attacked and killed a 40-year-old woman on Wednesday in a village in the state of Uttar Pradesh, its fourth victim since it is thought to have strayed from a tiger reserve, the official said. State forest officials and police, aided by two elephants, have been searching for the tiger in Moradabad district in the hope of driving it back to the Jim Corbett National Park, popular with tourists. "We have identified four bodies that were killed by the tiger as they bore teeth and claw marks,"...