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  • Bring on the chickens

    Bring on the chickens

    There’s nothing funnier or more educational than a flock of backyard chickens.

  • Dear friends

    "Animal Planet" at the HCN office; Leslie Glustrom vs. coal; correction; HCN Paonia potluck

  • Dear friends

    Jason Nicholoff is HCN’s new development associate; visitors; Jacob Smith elected to Golden, Colo., city council; notes from readers; condolences on the deaths of Dennis Machida and Mary Dann; and goodbye to Torrey, Jodi’s dog

  • Heard Around the West

    Santa Fe coyotes replaced by mountain lions; cat problems in Colorado; bunny restraining order in Oregon; dead snakes bite back; mysterious things in a dead bird’s tummy.

  • I don't love my dog

    I don't love my dog

    It's hard to love your dog when she keeps rolling in dead animals and bringing half-eaten deer parts into your formerly tranquil home.

  • Suffering and solace

    Suffering and solace

    When a beloved cat, Elk, became ill with cancer, her human family provided hospice care at home.

  • The backyard cat whisperer

    Christopher Cokinos prides himself on being a cat whisperer, taking his cat out on a leash and helping it stalk the wily Utah grasshoppers.

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