By Alya B. Honasan
I’m sitting at a coffee shop table with Dr. Nielsen Donato, renowned veterinarian and, for the past year-and-a-half, co-host (with fellow vet Dr. Ferds Recio) of the environmental show “Born To Be Wild,” which airs Wednesday nights at 11:30 on GMA 7 (with a spin-off, “Born Impact,” Sundays at 9:30 p.m.). And his phone won’t stop ringing.
By Hannah Nolasco
He wasn’t anything special. He didn’t have bright eyes or beautiful hair, or incredibly soft skin. He didn’t play an instrument or sing; he wasn’t particularly intelligent.
By Emma Rose Policarpio
I always believe that when there is stress, there is a spa to relieve that stress. It would surprise me if true-blooded spaholics didn’t have their favorite home-service spa operators’ contact numbers on their speed dial—for that much-needed respite from their demanding schedules.
Guards thought there was something suspicious about a little white cat slipping through a prison gate in northeastern Brazil. A prison official says that when they caught the animal, they found a cellphone, drills, small saws and other contraband taped to its body.
1. Never keep your pet in your lap or the front seat. Even at 56 kph, a 60-pound unrestrained pet becomes a 2,700-pound projectile. Keep your pet safe and secure in a well-ventilated crate or carrier; or secure your pet in a seatbelt attached to its harness.
By Alex Y. Vergara
THE cities of Chicago, Seattle and Singapore have done it before: tapping different artists to jazz up animal figures such as cows, pigs and even lions. Even Guyito, this paper’s mascot, has been reinterpreted by various Filipino artists.
By Anne A. Jambora
A roaring “pawty” for your four-legged best friend is now just a bark away.
By Maui R. Drilon
“You better be careful. Dobermans are traitors, they turn on their owners.” That was the “advice” I got from friends and family when I announced I was getting a Doberman.