More Videos

Maryville mayor says it's 'fundamentally unfair' that residents pay double taxes 1:40

Maryville mayor says it's 'fundamentally unfair' that residents pay double taxes

Drivers say O’Fallon I-64 exit is a hazard 1:22

Drivers say O’Fallon I-64 exit is a hazard

Hear why 'A Christmas Story' actor is excited to come to the metro-east 2:59

Hear why 'A Christmas Story' actor is excited to come to the metro-east

Belleville's Christkindlmarkt opens Friday 1:29

Belleville's Christkindlmarkt opens Friday

Illinois student talks about saving money out of state 1:46

Illinois student talks about saving money out of state

How to spatchcock a turkey 2:45

How to spatchcock a turkey

Reactions to the 2017 solar eclipse at the Louis Latzer Library 1:37

Reactions to the 2017 solar eclipse at the Louis Latzer Library

Freeburg sophomore commits to Oklahoma University soccer 1:35

Freeburg sophomore commits to Oklahoma University soccer

Hofbrauhaus to open next year 0:35

Hofbrauhaus to open next year

Queen of Hearts raffles take Southern Illinois by storm 2:52

Queen of Hearts raffles take Southern Illinois by storm

  • Cat gets very rare prosthetic legs

    Vincent the cat was brought into the Story County Animal Shelter with injured hind legs. He later ended up at Iowa State veterinary hospital, where Dr. Mary Sarah Bergh and veterinary orthopedics company BioMedtrix, decided to design implants that could be inserted into the femur bones of Vincent's legs and come out through the skin. Dr. Bergh estimates fewer than 25 animals in the world have ever had a similar surgery. Vincent walks around well now and his back legs will continue to be lengthened until they are as long as his front legs.

Vincent the cat was brought into the Story County Animal Shelter with injured hind legs. He later ended up at Iowa State veterinary hospital, where Dr. Mary Sarah Bergh and veterinary orthopedics company BioMedtrix, decided to design implants that could be inserted into the femur bones of Vincent's legs and come out through the skin. Dr. Bergh estimates fewer than 25 animals in the world have ever had a similar surgery. Vincent walks around well now and his back legs will continue to be lengthened until they are as long as his front legs. Iowa State University
Vincent the cat was brought into the Story County Animal Shelter with injured hind legs. He later ended up at Iowa State veterinary hospital, where Dr. Mary Sarah Bergh and veterinary orthopedics company BioMedtrix, decided to design implants that could be inserted into the femur bones of Vincent's legs and come out through the skin. Dr. Bergh estimates fewer than 25 animals in the world have ever had a similar surgery. Vincent walks around well now and his back legs will continue to be lengthened until they are as long as his front legs. Iowa State University
Answer Man

Answer Man

Got questions? You've come to the right place

The origin of ‘more than one way to skin a cat’ goes back to 1600s

October 28, 2017 07:00 AM

UPDATED October 28, 2017 07:00 AM

More Videos

Maryville mayor says it's 'fundamentally unfair' that residents pay double taxes 1:40

Maryville mayor says it's 'fundamentally unfair' that residents pay double taxes

Drivers say O’Fallon I-64 exit is a hazard 1:22

Drivers say O’Fallon I-64 exit is a hazard

Hear why 'A Christmas Story' actor is excited to come to the metro-east 2:59

Hear why 'A Christmas Story' actor is excited to come to the metro-east

Belleville's Christkindlmarkt opens Friday 1:29

Belleville's Christkindlmarkt opens Friday

Illinois student talks about saving money out of state 1:46

Illinois student talks about saving money out of state

How to spatchcock a turkey 2:45

How to spatchcock a turkey

Reactions to the 2017 solar eclipse at the Louis Latzer Library 1:37

Reactions to the 2017 solar eclipse at the Louis Latzer Library

Freeburg sophomore commits to Oklahoma University soccer 1:35

Freeburg sophomore commits to Oklahoma University soccer

Hofbrauhaus to open next year 0:35

Hofbrauhaus to open next year

Queen of Hearts raffles take Southern Illinois by storm 2:52

Queen of Hearts raffles take Southern Illinois by storm

  • Maryville mayor says it's 'fundamentally unfair' that residents pay double taxes

    Maryville Mayor Craig Short explains the situation with CARD.