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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
A Turkish animal rights foundation has rescued six kittens that were illegally smuggled into Turkey from Bulgaria after buying them at an auction in the border province of Edirne
A few years ago, I was walking around Netsel Marina in Marmaris, where the Marmaris Animal Friends Association was having a fundraising event for animals.
A sculpture created in memory of “Tombili,” the portly cat who became a social media phenomenon after being photographed posing on a sidewalk in Istanbul’s Ziverbey neighborhood, will be inaugurated on Oct. 4 on World Animal Day
Giant panda Jia Jia is seen eating her birthday cake made from ice and vegetables as she celebrates her 37-year-old birthday last year in Hong Kong.
Dozens of dogs have been found abandoned in a forested area at the foothills of Mount Gidengelmez in the Akseki district of Turkey’s southern province of Antalya, Doğan News Agency has reported
Animal lovers can provide support for Turkey’s stray animals by commissioning portraits of their own pets, as part of a new project by the Animal Rights Federation (HAYTAP).
Şenol Özbakan, who lives in Bodrum with his 13 golden retrievers that he found on the streets, has thousands of followers on social media
A rare species of bird was found shot on Oct. 7 on the roadside in the southern province of Osmaniye, Doğan News Agency has reported
Whenever the “widow” spider is mentioned, people tend to sympathize with the hapless male - best known for its tendency to end up as a post-coital snack
A sculpture created in memory of “Tombili,” a portly cat who became a social media phenomenon after being photographed posing on a sidewalk in Istanbul’s Ziverbey neighborhood, was inaugurated on Oct. 4, World Animal Day
A white stork, which was freed in Slovakia after a GPS tracker was attached to it, has died in the southern province of Mersin
British conservationists say two critically endangered eastern black rhinos bred in captivity in England have given birth in the wild in Africa - a development likely to please Prince William.
As caretta caretta hatchlings, the struggling young members of the endangered sea turtle species, start to hit the sea on Turkey’s Mediterranean coasts, an expert has warned locals and tourists not to intervene in their habitat and refrain from feeding or touching them