Forget the horse whisperer. Tim Link says he can actually communicate telepathically with animals and he says these conversations have helped him do everything from find lost pets to solve mystery ailments.
She starred in two of Hitchcock’s biggest films, but it’s her passionate work to protect animals that has really made her a star. Find out what makes Tippi Hedren feel as vibrant as ever at age 78.
From rescuing dogs to brightening up the lives of women in nursing homes, Red Hatters are finding ways to use their fun-loving attitudes to make the world a better place.
Ann Young was a gift to all winged creatures. Her healing hand saved the lives of thousands of wild birds. Her unexpected death has left a huge void. This is a video tribute in Ann’s memory.
It isn’t easy being a wild animal these days! Vets can’t help, so who can? Mary Jane Isner rehabs squirrels, raccoons, opossums and other creatures day and night, in her home. See what makes what she does such a gift to the community!
It wasn’t until Susan Richards turned 45 that she picked up a pen and put it to paper (or in this case, put her fingers to a keyboard). And when she did, she wrote like she had done it all her life – her two books made her best-selling author.
Veterinary surgeons are using a breakthrough stem cell therapy to help our four-legged friends who suffer from arthritis, and soon, the same treatment could help people!
At age 64, Dr. Peter Pritchard is still living his childhood dream. Time magazine calls him a “Hero for the Planet.” He’s been named Floridian of the year. And if turtles could vote, he’d be named the greatest man who ever lived.
When we met retired rodeo stars Lyle and Curt Brown, we also met their bulls, and a very angry, very protective goose. So Growing Bolder’s Chief Videographer Jason Morrow put together some of the highlights — and the lowlights.
They’ve retired from the rodeo, but these two brothers are still, well, bullish, when it comes to what you can do as you get older. Just don’t mess with their bodyguard.