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    Posted: 10/22/2011 9:50:46 AM EST
    Ohio Gov. John Kasich speaks during a news conference before signing an executive order on dangerous exotic pets Friday, Oct. 21, 2011, in Columbus, Ohio. Kasich said he'll push for a moratorium on exotic animal auctions and a crackdown on unlicensed auctions. He had let an order that banned buying and selling exotic animals expire this spring, arguing it lacked legal authority. (AP Photo/Jay LaPrete)
  •  - A man moves his pets as they sit on a boat from a flooded area at Pathum Thani province

    A man moves his pets as they sit on a boat from a flooded area at Pathum Thani province

    Posted: 10/22/2011 6:13:21 AM EST
    A man moves his pets as they sit on a boat from a flooded area at Pathum Thani province, in Bangkok's suburbs, October 22, 2011. Thailand's prime minister called for all agencies to collaborate to protect the capital from a potential deluge of floodwater on Saturday as thousands fled high-risk areas or scrambled to protect their homes. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER ANIMALS)
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    Posted: 10/21/2011 2:30:47 PM EST
    A Thai resident wades through floodwaters with his pets on a makeshift float in Phatum Thani province, north of Bangkok, Thailand, Friday, Oct. 21, 2011.Floodwaters have begun seeping into Bangkok's outer districts, one day after the government opened several key floodgates in a risky bid to let built-up water flow through the capital's canals toward the sea.(AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
  •  - Residents move out with their belongings and pets from a flooded area in Bangkok's suburbs

    Residents move out with their belongings and pets from a flooded area in Bangkok's suburbs

    Posted: 10/20/2011 5:36:49 AM EST
    Residents move out with their belongings and pets from a flooded area in Bangkok's suburbs October 20, 2011. Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said on Thursday Thailand was in crisis and the government was struggling to cope as the worst floods in half a century threatened to engulf the capital, Bangkok. REUTERS/Kerek Wongsa (THAILAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS DISASTER)
  •  - Residents move out with their belongings and pets from a flooded area in Bangkok's suburbs

    Residents move out with their belongings and pets from a flooded area in Bangkok's suburbs

    Posted: 10/20/2011 5:28:06 AM EST
    Residents move out with their belongings and pets from a flooded area in Bangkok's suburbs October 20, 2011. Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said on Thursday Thailand was in crisis and the government was struggling to cope as the worst floods in half a century threatened to engulf the capital, Bangkok. REUTERS/Kerek Wongsa (THAILAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
  •  - People carry their kids, pets and belongings as they try to get onto a military truck to leave flooded area around Bang Pa-In industrial estate

    People carry their kids, pets and belongings as they try to get onto a military truck to leave flooded area around Bang Pa-In industrial estate

    Posted: 10/16/2011 9:47:04 AM EST
    People carry their kids, pets and belongings as they try to get onto a military truck to leave flooded area around Bang Pa-In industrial estate in Ayutthaya province October 16, 2011. Floods in Thailand engulfed another industrial estate Sunday but the capital, Bangkok, appears for now to have escaped the devastation seen elsewhere in the country despite heavy monsoon rain and water streaming towards it from the north. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER MILITARY)
  •  - A Thai family and their pets find shelter on an overpass across the highway in Ayutthaya province

    A Thai family and their pets find shelter on an overpass across the highway in Ayutthaya province

    Posted: 10/13/2011 9:55:26 AM EST
    A Thai family and their pets find shelter on an overpass across the highway in Ayutthaya province October 13, 2011. Workers and soldiers raced to finish defensive walls around inner Bangkok on Thursday as floodwater that has covered about a third of Thailand threatened the capital. At least 283 people have been killed around the country by heavy monsoon rain, floods and mudslides since late July and in the past week industrial zones north of Bangkok have been inundated, adding to the damage to the economy. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
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    Posted: 10/12/2011 6:50:48 PM EST
    Villagers with their belongings and pets wait to be transported to a relief center after flooding hit their village in Ayutthaya province, central Thailand, Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2011. Thailand's worst floods in half a century swamp more than two-thirds of country and inflict billions of dollars in damage in what has become a slow-motion catastrophe fueled by relentless monsoon rains. (AP Photo/Apichart Weerawong)
  •  - Thai family evacuate their pets from the floods in Pathum Thani

    Thai family evacuate their pets from the floods in Pathum Thani

    Posted: 10/12/2011 9:37:56 AM EST
    Thai family evacuate their pets from the floods in Pathum Thani province October 12, 2011. At least 281 people have been killed by heavy monsoon rain, floods and mudslides since late July and 26 of Thailand's 77 provinces are inundated, according to the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: ANIMALS DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - People look at their dog for the last time before its cremation in Boom

    People look at their dog for the last time before its cremation in Boom

    Posted: 10/10/2011 11:03:03 AM EST
    People look at their dog for the last time before its cremation in Boom September 30, 2011. A Belgian company called Animatrans has been organizing funerals for pets and other animals since 1995, and for the past five years, the company has been providing more personalised services. Owners, who want to keep lasting mementos of their pets, could choose to keep their ashes or erect tombs in a dedicated cemetery for animals. Clients could also have their dead pets stuffed by a taxidermist and even request to create resin masks depicting the faces of their pets. Picture taken on September 30, 2011. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
  •  - A dog statue stands in a cemetery for animals near a crematorium in Boom

    A dog statue stands in a cemetery for animals near a crematorium in Boom

    Posted: 10/10/2011 11:02:40 AM EST
    A dog statue stands in a cemetery for animals near a crematorium in Boom September 30, 2011. A Belgian company called Animatrans has been organizing funerals for pets and other animals since 1995, and for the past five years, the company has been providing more personalised services. Owners, who want to keep lasting mementos of their pets, could choose to keep their ashes or erect tombs in a dedicated cemetery for animals. Clients could also have their dead pets stuffed by a taxidermist and even request to create resin masks depicting the faces of their pets. Picture taken on September 30, 2011. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
  •  - Belgian taxidermist Cathy Vertongen works on a dead cat in her workshop in Sint-Levens-Houtem

    Belgian taxidermist Cathy Vertongen works on a dead cat in her workshop in Sint-Levens-Houtem

    Posted: 10/10/2011 11:02:15 AM EST
    Belgian taxidermist Cathy Vertongen works on a dead cat in her workshop in Sint Levens Houtem October 7, 2011. People look at their dog for the last time before its cremation in Boom September 30, 2011. A Belgian company called Animatrans has been organizing funerals for pets and other animals since 1995, and for the past five years, the company has been providing more personalised services. Owners, who want to keep lasting mementos of their pets, could choose to keep their ashes or erect tombs in a dedicated cemetery for animals. Clients could also have their dead pets stuffed by a taxidermist and even request to create resin masks depicting the faces of their pets. Picture taken October 7, 2011. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
  •  - Patrick Pendville, founder of Animatrans, adjusts a cat statue in his shop in Brussels

    Patrick Pendville, founder of Animatrans, adjusts a cat statue in his shop in Brussels

    Posted: 10/10/2011 11:01:48 AM EST
    Patrick Pendville, founder of Animatrans, adjusts a cat statue in his shop in Brussels September 30, 2011. A Belgian company called Animatrans has been organizing funerals for pets and other animals since 1995, and for the past five years, the company has been providing more personalised services. Owners, who want to keep lasting mementos of their pets, could choose to keep their ashes or erect tombs in a dedicated cemetery for animals. Clients could also have their dead pets stuffed by a taxidermist and even request to create resin masks depicting the faces of their pets. Picture taken on September 30, 2011. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
  •  - A woman strokes their dog for the last time before its cremation at a crematorium in Boom

    A woman strokes their dog for the last time before its cremation at a crematorium in Boom

    Posted: 10/10/2011 10:53:54 AM EST
    A woman strokes her dog for the last time before its cremation at a crematorium in Boom September 30, 2011. A Belgian company called Animatrans has been organizing funerals for pets and other animals since 1995, and for the past five years, the company has been providing more personalised services. Owners, who want to keep lasting mementos of their pets, could choose to keep their ashes or erect tombs in a dedicated cemetery for animals. Clients could also have their dead pets stuffed by a taxidermist and even request to create resin masks depicting the faces of their pets. Picture taken on September 30, 2011. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
  •  - Dekers, 86, visits a cemetery for animals after attending the cremation of her 13-year-old cat Titine in Boom

    Dekers, 86, visits a cemetery for animals after attending the cremation of her 13-year-old cat Titine in Boom

    Posted: 10/10/2011 10:53:16 AM EST
    Aurelia Dekers, 86, visits a cemetery for animals after attending the cremation of her 13-year-old cat Titine in Boom September 30, 2011. A Belgian company called Animatrans has been organizing funerals for pets and other animals since 1995, and for the past five years, the company has been providing more personalised services. Owners, who want to keep lasting mementos of their pets, could choose to keep their ashes or erect tombs in a dedicated cemetery for animals. Clients could also have their dead pets stuffed by a taxidermist and even request to create resin masks depicting the faces of their pets. Picture taken on September 30, 2011. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
  •  - Dekers, 86, visits a cemetery for animals after attending the cremation of her 13-year-old cat Titine in Boom

    Dekers, 86, visits a cemetery for animals after attending the cremation of her 13-year-old cat Titine in Boom

    Posted: 10/10/2011 10:52:50 AM EST
    Aurelia Dekers, 86, visits a cemetery for animals after attending the cremation of her 13-year-old cat Titine in Boom September 30, 2011. A Belgian company called Animatrans has been organizing funerals for pets and other animals since 1995, and for the past five years, the company has been providing more personalised services. Owners, who want to keep lasting mementos of their pets, could choose to keep their ashes or erect tombs in a dedicated cemetery for animals. Clients could also have their dead pets stuffed by a taxidermist and even request to create resin masks depicting the faces of their pets. Picture taken on September 30, 2011. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
  •  - Dekers, 86, mourns her 13-year-old cat Titine before her cremation at a crematorium in Boom

    Dekers, 86, mourns her 13-year-old cat Titine before her cremation at a crematorium in Boom

    Posted: 10/10/2011 10:51:54 AM EST
    Aurelia Dekers, 86, mourns her 13-year-old cat Titine before her cremation at a crematorium in Boom September 30, 2011. A Belgian company called Animatrans has been organizing funerals for pets and other animals since 1995, and for the past five years, the company has been providing more personalised services. Owners, who want to keep lasting mementos of their pets, could choose to keep their ashes or erect tombs in a dedicated cemetery for animals. Clients could also have their dead pets stuffed by a taxidermist and even request to create resin masks depicting the faces of their pets. Picture taken on September 30, 2011. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
  •  - Pendville, founder of Animatrans, adjusts coffins for animals in his shop in Brussels

    Pendville, founder of Animatrans, adjusts coffins for animals in his shop in Brussels

    Posted: 10/10/2011 10:51:21 AM EST
    Patrick Pendville, founder of Animatrans, adjusts coffins for animals in his shop in Brussels September 30, 2011. Animatrans has been organizing funerals for pets and other animals since 1995, and for the past five years, the company has been providing more personalised services. Owners, who want to keep lasting mementos of their pets, could choose to keep their ashes or erect tombs in a dedicated cemetery for animals. Clients could also have their dead pets stuffed by a taxidermist and even request to create resin masks depicting the faces of their pets. Picture taken on September 30, 2011. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
  •  - Pendville, founder of Animatrans, shows a resin mask depicting the face of a dead pet dog in his shop in Brussels

    Pendville, founder of Animatrans, shows a resin mask depicting the face of a dead pet dog in his shop in Brussels

    Posted: 10/10/2011 10:44:18 AM EST
    Patrick Pendville, founder of Animatrans, shows a resin mask depicting the face of a dead pet dog in his shop in Brussels September 30, 2011. Animatrans has been organizing funerals for pets and other animals since 1995, and for the past five years, the company has been providing more personalised services. Owners, who want to keep lasting mementos of their pets, could choose to keep their ashes or erect tombs in a dedicated cemetery for animals. Clients could also have their dead pets stuffed by a taxidermist and even request to create resin masks depicting the faces of their pets. Picture taken on September 30, 2011. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
  •  - Aurelia Dekers, 86, mourns her 13-year-old cat Titine before her cremation at a crematorium in Boom

    Aurelia Dekers, 86, mourns her 13-year-old cat Titine before her cremation at a crematorium in Boom

    Posted: 10/10/2011 10:43:26 AM EST
    Aurelia Dekers, 86, mourns her 13-year-old cat Titine before her cremation at a crematorium in Boom September 30, 2011. A Belgian company called Animatrans has been organizing funerals for pets and other animals since 1995, and for the past five years, the company has been providing more personalised services. Owners, who want to keep lasting mementos of their pets, could choose to keep their ashes or erect tombs in a dedicated cemetery for animals. Clients could also have their dead pets stuffed by a taxidermist and even request to create resin masks depicting the faces of their pets. Picture taken on September 30, 2011. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)