Last Saturday, a miniature Schnauzer named Sissy unexpectedly ran away from her home in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. That night, Sissy walked 15+ blocks and wandered into a local hospital, where her owner, 64-year-old Nancy Franck, had been staying following a surgery. Nancy’s husband, Dale Franck, said, “She was on a mission that night to see her mom, but she couldn’t find the right elevator to take.”
A little over one week ago, Bart the cat was hit by a car and presumed dead by his owner. Bart was buried, but five days later he showed up in his neighbor’s yard, alive! Bart had dug himself out of his grave and slowly made his way back home. After a few successful surgeries, Bart will be back home within a week and despite losing an eye, he’s expected to make a full recovery.
Budweiser will surely capture the hearts of many Sunday with its heartwarming “Lost Dog” Super Bowl ad. Budweiser’s ad, which is a sequel to last year’s “Puppy Love” ad, features the Clydesdales, their favorite yellow lab puppy, and reworked version of “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles),” performed by Sleeping At Last.
Over the past several years Peter Cohen of Goleta, California has spent more than $40,000 transforming his home into an incredible feline playground for a group of rescue cats. Cohen’s perfect feline paradise features tunnels, archways, bridges, floating shelves, spiral staircases and more. Resident Manuel Flores says, “It’s like this is their house and we’re living here with them.”