animals Archives - Page 4 of 9 - Philadelphia Magazine

animals

Center City Turf Club - Closed
City Life

The Center City Turf Club Has Closed

Center City’s off-track betting parlor is no more. The Turf Club, the OTB nestled below 1635 Market Street and connected to the underground concourse, recently […]

City Life

PHOTOS: Le Cat Café is Finally Open — We Checked it Out

Are you a cat lover? Do their little paws and furry tails overload your cuteness receptors? Do you secretly follow multiple cat blogs on Instagram — and find […]

Things to Do

Internet Cat Video Festival Coming to Bryn Mawr

Paws the presses! The Bryn Mawr Film Institute recently announced it’s hosting the touring version of the of the Internet Cat Video Festival, which is […]

Property

Farmhouse Friday: An Equestrian Fan’s Dream Home

This West Grove farmhouse is perfect for the horse lovers out there. As we’ve discussed before, we love it when our featured farmhouses have a […]

German Shepherd dog
City

These Are the Top 10 Dog Breeds in Philadelphia

The Labrador retriever may be the No. 1 dog in the country, but in Philadelphia another breed is top dog. Yesterday, the American Kennel Club […]

City Life

Should All Animals Be Banned from the Circus?

“Please, smart people I know, stop supporting the circus.” That was the Facebook status of a Philadelphia artist friend of mine on Wednesday morning, and […]

City Life

Penn Vet Students to Star in New Animal Planet Series, Penn Vet

The next time your new kitty won’t eat and keeps coughing up hairballs, you might want to check the mirror before you rush her off […]

City Life

5 Furry Philly Groundhog Day Alternatives to Punxsutawney Phil

There is nothing wrong with Punxsutawney Phil. In fact, for a groundhog, the little guy is pretty cute. Getting a bit chubby in the cheeks, […]

Things to Do

INTERVIEW: Our Chat with Beef, the Chief Feline Officer of Kawaii Kitty Cafe

Sure, Philly has been all abuzz with the word that Kawaii Kitty Cafe — the city’s first cat-friendly coffee shop were you’ll be able to get […]

City Life

Morning Headlines: Pennsylvanians Have Had It With Governor Wolf, Legislature

Good morning, Philadelphia. Here’s what you need to know: A pox on all their houses in Harrisburg. It’s now calendar year 2016, and the state […]

Foobooz

Philly’s First Kitty Café Opening in Queen Village

There’s a new kind of café opening on Fabric Row next month —one where the cats roam free. The Kawaii Kitty Café will be the […]

City Life

Three Philly-Area Pups Will Compete in Puppy Bowl XII

If Super Bowl Sunday finds you curling up with dog treats instead of chips and dip, chances are your idea of the Big Game is […]

City Life

Fox Spottings Increasing in Philly’s Germantown Neighborhood

So far, they haven’t kept neighbors up at night howling at the moon (or is it wolves that do that?), but the foxes who have moved […]

Things to Do

Watch: The Country’s Oldest Polar Bear Eats Her Birthday Cake at Philly Zoo

On Wednesday, personnel and guests at the Philadelphia Zoo gathered around the polar bear exhibit to celebrate the birthday of Coldilocks. The female polar bear […]

Things to Do

Oldest Polar Bear in the U.S. Celebrates the Big 3-5 Tomorrow at Philadelphia Zoo

Tomorrow morning the Philadelphia Zoo and its guests will gather to celebrate the birthday of Coldilocks the polar bear. The old lady is turning the […]