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Philadelphia Man Accused of Beating Dogs With Bricks

A Philadelphia man is accused of beating his neighbor’s dogs with bricks this summer, leaving them bloodied on a Tioga street. Willie Enoch is facing […]

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PHOTOS: Kids and Dogs in Halloween Costumes at East Passyunk’s Fall Fest and Spooky Saturday

East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District (EPABID) hosted its Fall Fest and Spooky Saturday over the weekend, drawing families and pets from across the region […]

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Introducing #catjawns, Instagram Hashtags for Philly Cats

The problem: Lots of Philadelphia cats on Instagram, but no way to tell what neighborhood they live in. The solution: #catjawns. A few years ago, […]

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PHOTOS: Baby Giraffe Born at Six Flags Great Adventure

Most people clamor to Jackson, New Jersey’s Six Flags Great Adventure for rides like the new Zumanjaro Drop of Doom, but over the next few weeks […]

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PHOTOS: We’ve Got New Snaps of the Zoo’s New Lion Cubs

The Philadelphia Zoo sent us new photos of its four new African lion cubs, named, as I’m sure you’re aware by now, Kasaba, Mali, Msinga, and Sabi. […]

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PHOTOS: New Lion Cubs Make Their Debut at Philadelphia Zoo

The four African lion cubs born at the Philadelphia Zoo on June 26th finally made their public debut this weekend. We’ve got some video below. Check […]

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Philly Zoo Holding Contest to Name New Lion Cubs

In early-July we ooh’d and aah’d at the four new lion cubs born at the Philadelphia Zoo. The little guys are the offspring of Tajiri and Makini, and the […]

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$1 Million Grant Will Pay to Trap, Neuter Philly’s Feral Cats

There are thousands of feral cats roaming this city, mating and meowing and living in the shadows of polite society. But polite society is coming […]

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7 Weird Pa. and N.J. Animal Sightings: A Power Ranking

Pennsylvania and New Jersey have logged a number of bizarre wildlife sightings this summer, with residents and authorities spotting everything from giant exotic anacondas and gimpy […]

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There Have Been Way More Fireflies in Philly This Year

Thanks in part to a wet spring, there have been way more fireflies in Philadelphia this year. Neat! You’ll have to get a bigger jar […]

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Four Lion Cubs Born at Philadelphia Zoo

On June 26th, four new African lion cubs were born to two first-time parents at the Philadelphia Zoo—making it the first time lion cubs have been […]

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Awesome Philly Blog: Say Hello to “Oh, Hello Window Cat”

Jackie Palmer would like it to be stated, for the record, that she has only one cat — one lone, singular, solitary, individual cat, a […]

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Two Dozen Ducks Rescued From Van

The Pennsylvania SPCA found 25 ducks from a hot van on the 1000 block of Spring Garden Street earlier this week. The ducks were apparently […]

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Woman’s Bobcat Escapes for Third Time

A New Jersey woman was cited once again after her bobcat escaped for the third time, the Press of Atlantic City reports. Yeah, you know […]

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Cape May County Zoo Euthanizes Lion

The Cape May County Zoo announced that it has euthanized Brutu, a 16-year-old lion that first came to the zoo in 2002. The Press of […]