Pets

Pets

Meridian Pet of the Week: Dexter

Dexter, 8, is a well-mannered, easygoing gentleman. He adores kids of all ages and he’s good with other dogs. Dexter previously lived in a home with several other dogs; he enjoyed running in the backyard with them, almost as much as he enjoyed eating their food.

Pets

Ada County Pet of the Week: Rango

Rango, 4, is a 10-pound male domestic shorthair. He was found as a stray is Elmore County so not much is known about his past. He has a bright future ahead though and has revealed himself to be a personable, affectionate cat. He loves meeting new people and will often run to the front of his kennel to say ‘hello’ to strangers. He is not above “asking” for pets and will sometimes reach out his paw to try and hold your hand. While Rango is very loving, he does have an independent streak. He enjoys exploring his surroundings and will often “hunt” toys, string, and hair bands. Rango would love for his new home to have a cat tree, shelves, or a sunny windowsill for him to perch on and enjoy the view. Rango does need to stay the night to be neutered, but is otherwise ready to find his forever home.

Baby moose, dog become instant friends

Shannon Lugdon, of Wallagrass, Maine said her dog Leo has become friends with a wild moose, estimated to be just six days old.