humanity

Isn't it ironic that the very best of humanity is seen through the love and empathy we show to our pets?

  • Kristyn Meyer
    Published 5 months ago
    Chasing The Dream: Tail Wags Boutique

    Chasing The Dream: Tail Wags Boutique

    Tail Wags Boutique has been a reality for only three years, but a dream of owner Amanda Powell’s for much longer. Over 11 years ago she decided to branch off into a career that would incorporate her love of dogs while also providing a living for her family. Jumping feet first into the world of dog grooming, she learned a great deal in a short period of time.
  • bernard gatheru
    Published 6 months ago
    The Cool Cat Merchandise That Every Cat Lover Deserves

    The Cool Cat Merchandise That Every Cat Lover Deserves

    There are two things that I thoroughly enjoyed during my childhood, playing with my pets, and sketching. I was lucky to grow up in a pet-friendly household that allowed me to have a dog and a cat. I was pretty active in sketching and drawing when I was younger. As I grew older and entered my teenage years, school started demanding more and more of my time. I stopped spending time sketching and nurturing my drawing talent. My free time was consumed by either studying or some other meaningless stuff. The raging hormones that come with puberty didn’t help either. I cleared high school and joined college, where I studied while working part-time. As you can guess, my schedule never allowed me to have any hobbies. My primary focus was on school and work.
  • Shelly Hunter
    Published 6 months ago
    Fowl Play
  • Steve Garcia
    Published 7 months ago
    Cowboy Bob and the                  White Buffalo

    Cowboy Bob and the White Buffalo

    Once upon a time a long, long time ago...there lived a famous cowboy, named Cowboy Bob. He lived out in Texas, yes he did, and he had a big farm out there with lots of chickens, and ducks, and pigs, and cows, and turkeys, ans sheep and llamas, and goats, and chickens, and ducks, and pigs, and cows, and turkeys, ans sheep and llamas, and goats.....and chickens!
  • Ashley Tong
    Published 7 months ago
    Don't kill a spider

    Don't kill a spider

    Before I begin, it has to be declared:
  • Heather Down
    Published 7 months ago
    Pluto Saved the Day

    Pluto Saved the Day

    I was having a...day. You know the kind—the type where you work really hard to remain positive and optimistic, but you come to the point where you run out of energy to keep the the party going. You try desperately to buoy the balloon with air but finally it pops, without warning, and there isn’t a darn thing you can do about it.
  • Cam Simmons
    Published 7 months ago
    The Untold Truth About Moths

    The Untold Truth About Moths

    Butterflies. We know and love them. The mystical winged friends we caught in jars and nets as children, our science teachers praising the awe of the metamorphosis process they endure as they wobble around uselessly as fuzzy green leaf-chompers and soon blossom into angel-like beings when released from their self-made cocoon. Undoubtedly, yes, this is the beauty of nature itself; the transformation of butterflies could be considered metaphorical, ethereal, mesmerizing.
  • Conny Manero
    Published 7 months ago
    Spiders Are Only Good For One Thing

    Spiders Are Only Good For One Thing

    People are weird. I’ve said it a number of times and with each passing day, I’m becoming more and more convinced of it. Have you heard the latest? A woman in Australia has rescued a spider and called it Charlotte. Yes, you read that right, she RESCUED a SPIDER!!!
  • Sally H
    Published 7 months ago
    Pets Raise Your Love Quotient
  • PG Barnett
    Published 7 months ago
    Princess Comes Home — The Conclusion

    Princess Comes Home — The Conclusion

    After speaking with the neighbor of Billy and Sally Stevens, it seemed as though I didn’t really have a lot to go on.
  • PG Barnett
    Published 7 months ago
    Princess Comes Home Part III

    Princess Comes Home Part III

    Dog was hightailing it in the direction of the subdivision and all I could do was hightail it after her.
  • PG Barnett
    Published 7 months ago
    Princess Comes Home — Part II

    Princess Comes Home — Part II

    So I’m carrying on a conversation with a dog.