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Big Lots has taken product review to the next level. In their ad, they have created a “Pet Focus Group” to better determine the quality of their products. Needless to say, there was a slight loss of communication. (Adweek) The Staten Island Zoo attempted to coverup the death of groundhog Staten Island Chuck after he […]

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Janelle Batta, BC ’11, might be a boring paralegal by day (she thanks LionSHARE for that), but by night she saves the animals of New York City. There’s a fundraiser from 7-10 pm tomorrow night—Pawty at Pourhouse—where your alcoholism can benefit the animals of the animal rescue All Sentient Beings. Bwog’s Feline Fanatic Sarah Faith […]

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