Monday, February 27, 2017

BFTB NETWoof News February 27 2017

Bentley Basset Hound: “Hello and welcome to BFTB NETWoof News for February 27, 2017. We have fetched the good reports that other news outlets sometimes overlook. Nobody needs to read only the depressing news and that is where we can help. What is our top story, Pierre?
BFTB NETWoof News reports on The Animal Adventure Park giraffe baby watch
Pierre Westie: “We are joining people around the globe awaiting the arrival of a baby giraffe at The Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, New York. April, the mom-to-be is 15 years-old and this will be her fourth calf. The baby is expected to be around 150 pounds and 6 feet tall at birth. You can watch the excitement on their live feed. April is doing fine and showing no discomfort at the time of this newscast. The baby will be born hooves first followed by the head. Once the hooves show, the birth will be complete in approximately one hour. We wish them the best of luck for a safe delivery.”
BFTB NETWoof News reports on rescue pets being sold at pet stores
Bentley: “That is going to be one big baby! The park will hold a contest to name the new arrival. It is great to see so many people interested in the birth. I love when humans show their compassionate side. A great example of that is in San Francisco where the city is joining Los Angeles, San Diego, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, and Austin in banning pet shops from selling any dogs or cats other than rescues. As you know, most pet stores dogs come from puppy mills where they are kept in filthy horrible conditions. This movement is a wonderful way to help shut down these reprehensible puppy factories. I’d love to see this implemented across the country”
BFTB NETWoof News reports on children reading to shelter dogs
Pierre: “I second that idea! Have you heard about the reading programs that are gaining in popularity at pet shelters? Children in Memphis are spending their afternoons reading to pups that are awaiting their forever homes. It not only helps the children improve their reading skills, it helps the dogs overcome their fears of humans. What a wonderful way to help both of them.”
BFTB NETWoof News reports on cats working to rid areas of rats
Bentley: “This is another idea that should spread from coast-to-coast. You know that we love to share great cat stories on our news so this week, we are saluting some very hard working felines. It began about five years ago when a man turned to a cat shelter for help with a rat infestation problem. They allowed him to adopt three cats that were not suitable for being adopted into a home environment. It didn’t take long before the trio eradicated the pests that had eluded the most high tech methods. This is another solution that has caught on and more cats are being adopted to work in barns and warehouses. They are all spayed or neutered and giving proper veterinary care. The people are screened and must adhere to the rules set forth in the adoption agreement. Some of the cats have overcome their fear of humans and have become working pets. We are happy to report that the working cats program is gaining popularity too.
   Let’s hope that Paisley has some good news for the weather forecast.”
BFTB NETWoof Weather with Paisley the Weather Lab
Paisley the Weather Lab: “I’ll try to put a happy spin on what will be another week of wacky weather. The northwest will have some showers but luckily, California will begin to dry out. They will actually be back in the sunshine for several days. The north is going to continue being cold with a chance of snow and showers. The Plains can also expect more snow and I know our friends are getting tired of the white stuff. In the southwest, you can enjoy the mild sunny weather. It will be midweek showers for the middle of the country but the south should brace for scattered storms. The east coast will have storms with the exception of southern Florida where it will be sunny and warm. As always, tune into your local weather station in the event of inclement weather for the latest updates and warnings. Keep a sunny disposition and have a great week!”
Bentley: “Thank you, Paisley. On behalf of the news team here at BFTB, we’d like to thank all of you for continuing to prove that what the world needs now is good news. Please share us with your friends and co-workers to prove that not all news is full of doom and gloom.
   The rest of the week will be very exciting as we have some fun posts and tips to make being a pet parent easier. Don’t forget to enter for your chance to win Dr. Harvey’s Golden Years supplement. If you’ve already entered, visit to get your extra daily entries. After that, be sure to go out and grab yourself some happy”
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21 comments :

  1. We've been keepin up wif da giraffe too!

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  2. a baby giraffe? wow... I hope for a lot of photos when it is there :o)

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  3. We agree - the giraffe will be one huge baby!

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  4. Wow! One big baby! We had not heard about the giraffe! Thanks for letting us know...we will check out the live feed!

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  5. We have been hearing a lot about the giraffe baby from a friend of ours. Pretty interesting! Love the cat stories too! Have a pawsome week!

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  6. I just heard about the giraffe baby on the radio today. Have a great day!

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  7. Thank you for all those good stories!

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  8. Great news stories. We love watching baby animals
    Snorts,
    Lily & Edward

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  9. Love the idea of that reading program!!!!!

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  10. I would definitely take my kids to a shelter to read to animals. That's so cool! ~Rascal and Rocco

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  11. Our pawrents have been waiting and waiting for April to have her baby. Mom said it is sad that weird people put up some sick comments in the feed. Our weather is winter again.

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  12. Banning puppy mill puppies from pet shops is a practice long overdue.

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  13. We are looking forward to some sunshine!!

    We just love to see human pups reading to shelter pups. They were just starting this program at the shelter Mama volunteered in Texas before we moved up here!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  14. We agree about the pet stores... and wish they would ADD that NO ANIMALS be sold at AUCTIONS.. THAT is the NEW Dumping Place fur Puppy Mills to use. There were a LOT of those Auctions in OHIO... SOME also "SELL" Horses.

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  15. Another great news cast from all of you. We wish all pet stores would be banned from selling pups and cats.

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  16. We watched the giraffe for awhile yesterday. Can't wait to see the new baby
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  17. Thanks for the good news, gang, we really needed it today! Our local shelter has a barn cat program and we are considering adopting some cats from it in the future. I think it's a great way for what might be un-adoptable cats to be cared for.
    Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets

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  18. Thanks for the Good News Guys!!!! Have a Great Week!!!!!

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  19. OMD, I loves all this good news guys!!!! FABulous newscast, as ALWAYS!!!! Ma has been watchin' the Tall Blonde, and you can even see the baby move inside! Wild! Oh, and I am soooooooooo happy that the rain has stopped for this WHOLE WEEK!!!! WOOOHOOO!!! Oh, the frizzy furs were a NIGHTMARE!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  20. Those are all happy news ! We love baby animals, we got a baby elephant here at Zoo Zürich last week. Purrs

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  21. Great stories today guys! I'm excited about the baby giraffe, I can't wait to see him or her. I love the reading programs taking place at shelters, it's such a great idea. Icy and I participate in reading programs as a therapy dog team, and she often gets so relaxed she falls asleep! The shelter pets will love being read to. Phoenix is also implementing the law for pet stores to only offer shelter dogs & cats vs. selling puppies. I don't think AZ has gotten to all of them yet but they've started. I do like that idea but I worry that both the puppy stores and the puppy millers will simply turn to the internet to continue their dastardly deeds, but it's a big step in the right direction. It eliminates impulse buying and gets them out of the malls!
    Love & Biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

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