Wilson is a beautiful black and whiteÂ cat that has been at the Humane Society of Saline County about 12 weeks.
He needs a special home, according to Ann Sanders, director of the Humane Society of Saline County.
"Wilson had nearly starved to death and had very little hair when we took him in," Sanders said.
"We think someone put flea drops on him and that is what made the large sore he suffered that left him with no hair on the back of his neck," Sanders said.
LITTLE ROCK â€” Attorney General Dustin McDaniel wants to help defend in court a $5 million tax break legislators gave natural gas drillers earlier this year, asking to step in and assist in the case after the state's chief finance officer said he believed the exemption was unconstitutional.
The dog days of summer are being ushered in with a whimper.
A cold front headed for Oklahoma and Arkansas will bring unseasonably cool temperatures and a chance of rain through next week, weather forecasters said Monday.
It's normally the hottest time of the year, with highs averaging around 95 degrees and nighttime lows in the 70s. But National Weather Service meteorologist Matthew Day said the coolÂ snap will push highs closer to 80 degrees with lows in the 60s through early next week.