A Missouri woman, Texanne McBride-Teahan, faces losing her emotional support animals because they are monkeys.
Animals can be cute, ferocious and mysterious - but they can also be hilarious. The funniest pictures of wildlife have now been collected and put forward for this year’s Comedy Wildlife Awards . The competition is a global, online and free to enter photography competition, showcasing the funnier side of Earth’s most amazing wildlife. Read more from Yahoo News UK: Two in five hospitals patients ‘never have visitors’ Fireman Sam axed as mascot and replaced with gender-neutral extinguishers Nigel Farage ‘sets out terms for general election pact with Boris Johnson’ In addition to providing some light-hearted relief, the competition also aims to highlight the important message of wildlife conservation. From shopping responsibly by avoiding plastics and palm oil to restricting water use at home, this year’s contest is aimed at making people think about the animals on the planet - as well as laughing at them. The winners will be announced on November 13.
At least six dogs in the downtown Vancouver area have been diagnosed with the highly-contagious parvovirus.
The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star needs to study up on animal rights in addition to human ones.