Watertown Boy Asks For Donations To Sea Turtles Instead Of Birthday GiftsA 6-year-old's love of sea turtles prompted him to skip his birthday gifts and ask instead for money he could donate to sea turtle rescue efforts.
Dog Rescued After Falling Into Icy New Hampshire RiverFirefighters in Hampton, N.H., rescued a dog that had falling through the ice and was unable to get back to shore.
New Hampshire Animal Advocates Protest Bobcat Hunting ProposalAnimal advocates in New Hampshire will hold a rally in Portsmouth to protest proposed rule changes that would allow bobcat hunting and trapping for the first time in more than two decades.
Dog Rescued From Billerica Pond After Falling Through IceFirefighters pulled a dog from frigid water after it fell through the ice of a Billerica pond.
Cat Rescued From Under Car Hood In Ashland After 5-Mile RideThe cat was just inches from the car's engine and firefighters needed to disconnect wiring to safely make the rescue.
35 Animals Saved From House Of Squalor In New HampshireNearly three dozen animals were recently rescued from a house of squalor in Derry, New Hampshire.
Waltham Police Officer Rescues Injured FalconA Waltham police officer found the injured falcon and brought it to the experts in hopes of saving it.
Rare Whale Carcass Washes Ashore Plymouth BeachThe carcass of a rare breed of whale washed ashore a Massachusetts beach this week, New England Aquarium officials said.
Pet Parade: Broken Tail Rescue In WorcesterFour dogs with sad stories up for adoption at Broken Tail Rescue in Worcester were featured on Sunday’s Pet Parade.
Gov. Charlie Baker Snaps Selfies With Animals At Southwick’s Zoo AnniversaryThe governor of Massachusetts might have taken the selfie of the year on Sunday.
Runaway Dog Spooked By Gunshots Found 7 Weeks LaterA dog that ran away from her new owners after being spooked by gunshots at a nearby firing range is back home.
Survey: Unrestrained Pets Lead To Distracted DrivingTravel organization AAA is warning drivers to restrain their pets on road trips, adding that more than 10 percent of people surveyed admitted to taking pictures of their pet while behind the wheel.