Chyna's singed whiskers and blistered ears and paws tell the tale of how at least one of this cat's nine lives was used up surviving Monday's fire in Central Point.
A Medford man who police say tossed a Chihuahua puppy 15 feet into the air, breaking its two front legs and causing internal bleeding and brain trauma, was arrested Wednesday on a charge of first-degree aggravated animal abuse.
The American working farm collie who answers to Buckaroo let out a loud bark to announce strangers had entered the comfortable home.
Sitting on a chair in Kitty City at the Southern Oregon Humane Society, Peyton Lewellyn petted a small orange and white kitten.
GOLD HILL — A wayward pooch who survived a house fire this summer only to spend a good portion of the winter bouncing around in local shelters has been reunited with his family thanks to his persistent owner.
Jackson County Animal Control officials hope that by closely tracking rabies shots they can encourage more dog owners to license their pets — and allow the county to collect more fees to support the department.
Elaine Goodner watched Gem swim into a stiff Alabama wind, worried that her black Labrador would drift off her course and end her quest at becoming a hunting dog champion.
Jackson County animal lovers need to bring their open arms this weekend to three free adult cat adoption programs because local animal shelters are drowning in a tsunami of felines, organizers say.
PHOENIX — Neighbors on opposing sides of a lingering battle about roaming cats and the rights of residents to trap them will square off at 6:30 p.m. today before the City Council.
PHOENIX — Howard the tabby cat has a new favorite hiding spot: a small plastic step stool in his cage at Jackson County Animal Care and Control.
A bulldog who suffered a gunshot wound to the face last month in Rogue River is enjoying life at an animal sanctuary and may soon be up for adoption.
A dog suffering a bloody gunshot wound to the face was found tied to the porch of Rogue River's animal clinic, prompting a police investigation.
"Don't be frightened. No one will hurt you. I promise."
Five squirming puppies as cute as bug's ears are about to be deployed on a special mission with five veterans hand-picked for the job.
Southern Oregon University senior Sherry Nurre believes that when finals-week nerves strike, students need a little help from their best friend.
Meshach, the stray cat who was severely burned over Christmas, has found a home with a loving family in time for Easter.
To hear Sharyn "Jinx" Arthur tell it, the puppy was cute but didn't seem to be anything special when she first saw him.
On a recent rainy morning, Medford resident Dorie Maier pulls a rectangular trap, a dirty towel and a can of wet cat food from her car.