Happy Ending of the Day: Back in September, a photographer snapping nature photos on Russia’s Tyuleniy Island spotted a rare ginger seal pup that had been abandoned by its family.
Nearly three months later, the mainland dolphinarium that adopted Nafanya -- named after similar-looking a Soviet-era cartoon character -- happily reports that she is doing swimmingly, and,
Found Cat of the Day: Willow's family never expected to see her ever again, but the 6-year-old calico cat who ran away from her Colorado home five years ago and ended up in Manhattan -- some 1,600 miles away -- will soon be returned to them safe and sound.
"To be honest, there are tons of coyotes around here, and owls," said owner Jamie S
Homeward Bound of the Day: After two months of recuperation at Wellington Zoo, Happy Feet, the first Emperor Penguin ever sighted in the wild on New Zealand's North Island, was released back into the waters of the Southern Ocean, 50 miles north of Campbell Island.
Wellington Zoo veterinarian Lisa Argilla sai
Happy Ending of the Day: The wallet of a 9-year-old boy from Poquoson, Virginia, was returned to the 7-Eleven for which it was taken after The Daily Press printed a heartfelt letter Charlie left behind for the thief (see above).
"I hope whoever has it needed it more than me," said Charlie in his letter.
The 7-Eleven's store manager Marvin Ward told th
Happy Ending of the Day: A toy poodle named May was found injured in the vicinity of Sechelt's Shorncliffe Nursing Home after being dropped there by an eagle.
She was handed over to the Sunshine Coast SPCA, where it was determined that she had broken several ribs and sustained multiple cuts. However, in a happy twist of fate, the harrowing ordeal