Pets

Squirrel Refuge a squirrel safety zone

6 a.m. July 20
Volunteer rehabilitates wildlife from Vancouver home

Jackie Marsden's phone rang, as it does most days, with a plea for help: A postal worker had accidently hit a squirrel with her truck.

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K-9 Ranger patrols Washougal on four paws

6 a.m. July 16
City has new police dog thanks to nonprofit's fundraising efforts

On any given day, K-9 Ranger patrols the city of Washougal with his police handler, Officer Kyle Day. While intimidating to fleeing suspects whom he has to chase, Ranger often has the opposite effect on other people during routine calls.

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UK Swan count changes, endures

6 a.m. July 18
Science, ceremony meet on Britain's River Thames

WINDSOR, England — The white, long-necked swan gliding along the River Thames looks serene, but his life is full of danger. If the sharp-toothed mink don't get him or his brood, then floods, fish hooks or hooligans with air rifles might.

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