KKBN Pet of The Week(07.25.17)

Hi Big Joe and Bridget this is our boy Mason. Let me start off by saying we have never ever been cat people and we have never owned a cat, but about 8 months ago this kitten showed up hanging around our home and the kids found him. They came to me and told me there was a kitten outside and I needed to come look. I told them no and not to touch it and to leave it alone and it would go away. Well with many attempts of “shewing” he never left. This kitten was determined to “adopt” us and make us his family. After a few days proving he wasn’t going to leave he won over our hearts with his sweet personality and purring motor. He is now spoiled and part of the Miller family♥️
-Bobbie Miller
Masons Kids Trenton & Reghan

 

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KKBN Hard Working Man(07.19.17)

Russ Gardner

I would like to nominate my husband for Hard Working Man of the week!  Russ is beyond deserving of recognition for all he does for his family.  After working long shifts for PG and E, he still makes the time for our family of eight, when he gets home.  He somehow finds the energy to swim with the kids, help around the house, and doing it all with a smile on his face.  He always puts our family first, and we appreciate all that he does.

Tara Gardner

 

 

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Dog Rescues Baby Deer From Drowning

KKBN Good News Story: Amazing Video!

Dog Swims into the Long Island Sound to Rescue Baby Deer

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July 17 (UPI) — A New York state man captured video of his dog swimming out into the Long Island Sound to drag a struggling baby deer to safety.

Mark Freeley said he was walking Sunday morning with his golden retriever, Storm, and his other dog, Sara, when Storm ran out into the water and started swimming toward something.

Freeley’s video, posted to YouTube, shows Storm drag a deer fawn that had been struggling to swim back to shore.

Freeley said Storm plopped down next to the baby deer once they reached shore.

“And then he started nudging it, and started pulling it to make sure she was gonna be OK I guess,” Freeley said.

Freeley called in rescuers and waited with the fawn on the beach, but he said the deer ran back into the water as soon as the rescuers arrived.

Freeley and Frank Floridia of Strong Island Rescue waded out into the water to get a lasso around the deer.

Floridia said his partner, Erica Kutzing, ran about a mile on the beach to help with the rescue.

“I don’t think I could’ve done it without the help of my partner. i was exhausted at the point my knee blew out, and I collapsed on the beach,” he said.

Kutzing carried the deer to the rescue van and it was transported to a local animal rescue, where it is recovering from some ticks and an eye injury.

Source: UPI.com

By: Ben Hooper