You may know them as Kool Kat Rescue, but they recently went through a name change and now they go by Alaska Rescue Kitties. And while the name has changed, the need for help is still there is still there.
It was July 28 when the last wolf from the pack died. Windy passed away from old age and joined her siblings across the rainbow bridge. And while this pack is missed by so many, the memories they left will last forever.
In 2007, Sheila Pontier got her first pig, and she never looked back. Now Pointer runs a pig rescue, working tirelessly to give the pigs she rescues a better life and finding them forever families. This week, Ellie Baty visited both locations of the rescue.
If you've ever spent a day in downtown Anchorage, odds are you have seen giant black horses trotting through the streets, giving people carriage rides. These horses belong to a man named Jon Nauman, who says he has spent his retirement "horsing around."
There was a time during the colonization of America when the word ‘bald’ meant white, and not hairless. That is exactly where the bald eagle got it’s name — for it’s famed white feathered head that stands out against landscape.
In the cold winter months, it can be hard to find the motivation to get outside and enjoy the subzero temperatures waiting just beyond the door. Dog owners know that the need for exercise waits for no perfect temperature, which is why Kimberly Wells likes to Skijor with her Alaskan huskies.
On this week's Friday Furcast, Ellie Baty explains what Anchorage Animal Care and Control is doing to combat a feline virus going around, introduces us to a sweet 6-year-old boy in Fairbanks and spends the day with the unofficial mascot of Anchorage.
Researchers tracked penguins “in four seasons with contrasting sea-ice conditions.” During an ice-free season, the animals were able to swim more and walk less, which is more efficient because penguins swim faster than they walk.
The Iditarod announced a partnership with long-time Iditarod supporter David Pike, to create the Pike Dog Wellness First Initiative in order to help out the mushing community during the COVID-19 pandemic, has launched a $50,000 fund.