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LIVE: Feral caternity ward and kitten nursery –

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UPDATE MAY 31: Chloe will be wearing the “weansie” (weaning onesie) on and off to help her milk dry up faster. Her body needs to recover from chronic pregnancy, and we would like to begin stabilizing her kidneys and getting her healthy enough for her dental surgery as soon as possible, but we can’t do that until she stops nursing kittens.

UPDATE MAY 11: Aura got a checkup today. Amazingly, after 140 tube feedings her lungs are still clear and Dr. F was blown away by how good she looks. We still have a long road ahead, but she doesn’t seem to mind the tube feedings and is happy and extremely adorable otherwise. Chloe, Ramona and the other kittens all look great as well.

UPDATE MAY 2: Aura went to the vet today for a checkup because of her stuffy nose that has been forcing her to breathe through her mouth, and her lower lip is developing a sore. The good news is that her temp is normal, her lungs are clear (yay), her respiration rate is good and she remains a feisty little fighter. Prognosis remains guarded, but every day gets us a little closer.

UPDATE MAY 1: Chloe is being treated for mastitis, which is quite uncomfortable. It is helpful for kittens to nurse on her. Aura’s nose is stuffy, so she has been breathing through her mouth from time to time. It may look alarming, but it is the same as when we get a cold and can’t breathe through our noses.

PLEASE NOTE: This is live, uncensored rescue reality. We make ourselves vulnerable by broadcasting live, 24/7, because we believe it is essential to share the largely unseen reality of cat overpopulation with the world… even when it breaks our hearts. If you have concerns about what you are seeing, the solution is to become advocates for spaying, neutering, compassion and Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR).

While heartbreak is inevitable in the work that we do, we hope you will take great comfort and joy witnessing the transformations of the cats and kittens saved, who would otherwise have never gotten a chance to experience the love, comfort and pampered lives they deserve.

Thank you for watching!

CHLOE (4/22): Brie – tortie #1, Fontina – tortie #2, Colby – lighter ginger, Cheddar – darker ginger, Aura – tortie tuxie with cleft palate
RULA (4/19): Nakia – tortie
RAMONA (4/17): Huggins – Yellow Collar; Ribsy – Blue Collar; Beezus – Green collar

Over the bridge: Ramona’s Quimby and Little Prince, Rula’s Okoye and T’Challa

UPDATE APRIL 22: Chloe gave birth to five beautiful kittens this morning. Four are doing well so far, but Aura has a significant cleft palate with two large holes. We have a specialist advising us, and while the prognosis is guarded, we will continue to tube feed every 2-4 hours around the clock and do everything we can to get her big enough for surgery in 16-24 weeks.

Chloe Ramona are ferals raising their last litters of kittens in safety and comfort. They will be spayed and we will see if they are receptive to socialization. They come from a colony of more than 230 feral cats, where 90% have been spayed/neutered thanks to Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) efforts. Our volunteers provide daily care and feeding to the cats who remain at the colony, regardless of rain, snow or face-spider season. Meet their colony friends and family:

UPDATE APRIL 3, 2018: A third pregnant feral named Rula has joined our feral caternity ward. She is also from the Happy Forest.

UPDATE APRIL 2, 2018: Gwen “accidentally” trapped a pregnant feral cat, so we are going to see how she does sharing a room with Chloe. Chloe (ginger + white) and Ramona (pure black) are from the same colony, so it is likely they know each other.

Chloe, Rula and Ramona will be part of our new project to map the DNA of her feral cat colony.

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Channel: TinyKittens HQ
Published: 2018-03-25 15:53:22
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Will Rottweiler protect his home and family?

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Channel: Richard Heinz
Published: 2018-06-02 00:19:32
Duration: 26M33S
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One Vision – A Guide Dog Documentary

Dedicated for all the puppies, but particularly, Mathilda, Tom, Pearl, and Sammy.

There is a lot that goes untold in the story about the four-legged creatures who hold a special destiny – who are the eyes, companions, heroes, best friends, and freedom for some people.

Over the past 4 months, I have had the pleasure of meeting and spending time with a special group of people: guide dog puppy raisers. Before a Guide Dog, become a Guide Dog, or goes to training to become one, they spend a year with a “raiser” who teaches them basic commands and more importantly, loves them.

This film is just a short snippet of what it means to be a puppy raiser, the challenges the dogs face, and the love and support for a better cause.

For more information on Puppy Raising and/or Southeastern Guide Dogs, visit:


The making of this film would not be possible without the many wonderful and talented people who helped bring the importance of raising a puppy to life with me. So thank you to:

• Southeastern Guide Dogs: for allowing me to pursue this idea and giving me permission to follow your puppy raisers and help support puppy raising.

• High Point University Communication Department: for aiding me in the skills, technology, and support to pursue such a project.

• Dr. Trammell: for not giving up on me and following my crazy story ideas and supporting them all the way.

• My Puppy Raisers – Carolyn, John, Joyce, Liz, and Christine: thank you for letting me bombard your life with a camera and for accepting me into the group and into your lives. Also, thank you for the countless hours you spend raising these wonderful puppies.

• My camera crew – Hogan, Zach, Ben, Kelly, Erin, and Maddie: thank you for your time and for your gift of capturing and translating the lives of these puppies through a camera.

• My music artists
– Ryan: thank you for underscoring yet another one of my films with me. I really appreciate your time and support.
– Troy & The Co.: thank you for creating the touching music that you do and for allowing me to touch other people with it. Also, thank you for trusting me with your music.

• My Adobe Effects expert – Collin: thank you for your help wit the graphics and for making them come to life.

• My parents: for your loving support, wings, and late night talks.

• Dave: for believing in me and my crazy ideas, and for being my sound board throughout the process.

Channel: Macaulley Quirk
Published: 2014-12-17 15:55:42
Duration: 28M41S
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The Doberman – Pet Dog Documentary

The Doberman Pinscher, or Dobermann, or Doberman, is a medium-large breed of domestic dog originally developed around 1890 by Karl Friedrich Louis Dobermann, a tax collector from Germany.The muzzle is long, and so affords the leverage for an extremely strong bite. The Doberman stands on its toes (not the pads) and is not usually heavy-footed. Ideally, they have an even and graceful gait. Traditionally, the ears are cropped and posted, and the tail is docked. However, in some countries it is illegal to do so. Except in the albino, in which it is extremely difficult to see, each purebred Doberman has markings on the chest, paws/legs, muzzle, above the eyes, and underneath the tail.

Nature: It has an active intelligence, dynamic, wich only waits to express itself in action, raring to demonstrate in work, exercise or at play or in any other activity.

Particularity: The Dobermann is named after its developer, a German tax collector called Louis Dobermann. A skilled dog breeder, he set out, between 1865 and 1870 to create a large, alert and aggressive terrier to protect him while he made his rounds.

Channel: Best Documentary
Published: 2016-10-04 13:31:09
Duration: 35M50S
Views: 167484
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The Belgian Malinois is an extremely efficient working dog. This breed is not a good fit for your typical pet home. Many would argue that Mals should not be kept in non working homes. Michelle learned quickly that her new pet Brante was not the cute and cuddly puppy that she had signed up for. After a seriously awful incident Michelle sought out professional help. After years of training both herself and her dog Michelle and Brante are living a wonderful life.

Michelle was fortunate she didn’t have to call Cesar 911 for help. Now she fills Brante’s day with long runs, fetch and soon agility competitions.

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Channel: Dogumentary TV
Published: 2017-03-08 23:34:30
Duration: 21M19S
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