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Squirrels Solving Mazes
Do Squirrels have the memory and the cognitive abilities to solve a maze?

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High School Receptionist Belts Out Etta James Classic Over PA System
A North Carolina school receptionist on Wednesday stunned students on the last day of school when she belted out the Etta James classic "At Last" over the PA system. Regina Ballard, the songstress, posted the video on Facebook, and the clip went viral. "I love my job, y'all, but I look forward to summers when I can spend time with my grands & family, sooo...here it is...At Last!!!" Ballard wrote in her post. The video of Ballard's hearty ballad sung at North Lincoln High School has around 165,000 in a recent tally Friday night. "That's it. It's 3 o'clock, y'all. At 3:15, it's official," Ballard said before raising the volume of the classic song's instrumental version on her computer. In between hitting all the high and low notes, she flashes a big, bright smile. "For summer break is ours at last," she jovially sings. "At last!" A crowd in the background then erupted in thunderous applause for her.

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Jeanne Robertson | Crowning Miss North Carolina
Jeanne is on Sirius & XM Radio this clip is from Jeanne's DVD Southern Style! Jeanne's official website http://www.jeannerobertson.com. Jeanne Robertson | Crowning Miss North Carolina

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Goat Kids and Barn Kittens Play Musical Stumps
It was super hot the other day, but that did not stop the kittens and goat kids from a game of Musical stumps. It amazes me how similar they are in many ways, sweetly comical and they all have great balance and love attention. No wonder the kittens and goats are enjoying each other as playmates! At first, I was worried about taking on 3 kittens in addition to all the other creatures we care for. Now I can't imagine the farm without them! The backstory: A couple weeks ago we adopted a trio of kitten boys to be barn cats. Their mama was a feral cat. They were born in a pile of insulation and when they were found, their eyes were all shut due to the irritation. One of our very kind friends was their foster mama for an organization called Community Cat Advocates in Maine. They are so precious, we are calling them Bob (the one with no tail of course) George and Ed. They spent the day exploring and met our barn cat Virginia, all the goat kids, and the chickens. It is amazing how brave they are for little furballs! They will enjoy fresh goat milk for breakfast each morning as they get stronger and settle in!

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