Oprah Winfrey News Archive
Watch out, catfishies! Paula and Oprah are coming after U!
Check out the video (above) of Paula Deen teaching Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King how to reel in catfish during an upcoming episode of Oprah's Next Chapter, which airs this Sunday!
Things are really looking up for Paula! Between losing all that weight, and her appearance on Oprah's show, she's definitely headed in the right direction.
Let's just hope they let those fish go after catching them…
Susan Marino founded Angel's Gate animal hospice, a shelter that cares for injured animals with special needs, like dogs paralyze from being hit by a car and cats with open wounds and infections.
Angel's Gate was even recognized by Oprah on her show, which led to hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations Angel's Gate received.
Well after a tip came from a job applicant, a PETA investigator went undercover and filmed an exposé on the deplorable conditions the animals were living in.
Beware: some may find the video disturbing.
We know we did… all those poor animals…
Now you can benefit from her tips through a series of PETA videos, HERE.
The videos will focus on common pet ownership mistakes people tend to make, such as rushing dogs during their walks, yelling at them, using choke chains, and crating. She said:
Skidboot was an amazing dog.
David Hartwig, a horseshoer, got Skidboot for his wife as a last minute Christmas present.
It wasn't until after deciding to train the dog a little that David realized how incredibly smart Skidboot was.
Oprah needed some help with her vocal power, so we assume she hired this goat to help her out — the resemblance is uncanny!
Who thinks of things like this?? So funny!
Check out the video above!
Aw!! This adorable diva pup looks soupa relaxed after his treatment!!
Think getting acupuncture for your dog is a little over the top?? Uh, we'll have you know Oprah (the Oprah) gets acupuncture therapy for her dog Sadie. If Oprah does it, it must really work.
This little guy is at California Animal Rehabilitation (CARE) in Santa Monica, CA. He came for therapy after having surgery on his Right Hind. Aw!! Poor little guy!
CARE is a pioneer in the world of veterinary and is the FIRST certified professional pet therapy team in Southern Cali complete with a certified vet acupuncturists on site AND a underwater treadmill on site.
We LOVE pets on underwater treadmills!!
[image via California Animal Rehabilitation]
Charla Nash, who had her face ripped off by a 200-pound chimpanzee in February 2009, has inked a deal with NBC's Peacock Productions to tell her story in a documentary this fall.
“We were so pleased to hear that Ms. Nash's surgery was a success and are honored to produce this documentary with her. We look forward to sharing her inspirational story of survival,”
says Sharon Scott, executive vice president and GM, Peacock Productions.
Peacock Productions says it's currently in discussions with several networks about where the documentary will air, with NBC seemingly the frontrunner.
We're sure this will be a truly inspirational story!
Wait, why isn't Oprah producing it?