Considering A Car Title Loans?

The Interest Rates In the majority of cases, the interest rates are quite extremely high. This will depend on the credit rating of yours and the amount of risk for the bank, however, this is one aspect to consider before applying for a loan similar to this. The higher the interest rate is, usually, a higher chance of being declined or not ...

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Local animal rescue sees spike in pet intake from COVID victims

EL PASO, Texas — With more than 3,000 Covid-19 deaths in El Paso alone, thousands of Borderland animals have lost their owners. According to Law N’ Paws, there has been an increase in requests for admission to local shelters, which has resulted in overcrowding. A spokeswoman for the shelter said that since the start of the pandemic, they have seen ...

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Pets of the Week: Enzo, Fenway and Sassy – Duluth News Tribune

Enzo is a sweet young Flemish Giant Rabbit. It will reach around 13 pounds. He loves attention, likes to play and has a fun personality. Flemish Giants need a large area to run around in, and they are an indoor rabbit. In his foster home, Enzo likes to solve puzzles, lie by the window, explore and, of course, get lots ...

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Tennessee Animal Groups Benefit from the Betty White Challenge

MARYVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Donations were made to animal welfare groups Jan. 17 in honor of actress and animal advocate Betty White, support that local organization leaders say comes at a time when the needs are great. COVID-19 precautions have weighed on regular fundraising and adoption events, and shelters are seeing high demand. “Our expenses are going up and donations ...

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Veterinary emergency center opens in Auburn as vets struggle to cope with overload of animal cases

AUBURN, NY (WSYR-TV) — Veterinarians are struggling to cope with the overload of animal cases they see daily, with staffing shortages making the challenge even more difficult. However, a local doctor hopes to change that. Dr. Paula Ospina is a night vet and full-time mother by day. “My husband, my family, my friends, everyone came together and we were able ...

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New book tells ‘fascinating and personal’ story of creation of forest sanctuary in Karnataka

New Delhi: A new delivered written by a Native American woman tells the “deeply fascinating and inspiring personal story” behind the establishment of a private wildlife sanctuary in Karnataka. Published by Penguin India, “From the Heart of Nature” by Pamela Gale Malhotra will be released on January 25 on Softcover, ThePrint’s online site for launching non-fiction books. Presenting the book ...

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Sri Lanka passes animal welfare bill amid Cher comments on elephant abuse

Reading time: 2 minutes The Sri Lankan cabinet passed a long-awaited animal welfare bill just days after American pop star Cher called a state-run elephant orphanage. The project was presented to the cabinet on January 10 by the Sri Lankan Minister of Agriculture. It aims to protect animals from cruelty and torture. Animal Welfare Bill in Sri Lanka The Animal ...

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Animal shelter receives $15,000 from mysterious deceased donor

On Thursday, January 20, when the Guilford County Board of Commissioners holds its next virtual regular meeting, there may be some disagreement on some agenda items, but there is one point that all nine commissioners will support from all heart. Commissioners will approve receipt of a donation to the Guilford County Animal Shelter for nearly $15,000 from an anonymous individual ...

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Companion Animal Animal Fund included in Governor’s Executive Budget

NEW YORK (NEWS10) – Governor Kathy Hochul included $5 million in her first executive budget for New York’s homeless animal companion and shelter system. The first in five years, the New York State Animal Welfare Federation says the Governor recognizes the important work that animal shelters do for their animals and communities. Sharp increase in home births after the pandemic ...

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Friday Harbor High School students lend a helping hand to the community

A small classroom makes a big difference in the community. Jenny Wilson, a high school teacher, leads a class on community projects. She is in her 11th grade at Friday Harbor High School and has been teaching for 40 years. “It’s great for students to do something good for the world,” Wilson said of the class. Students can choose from ...

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Commissioner proposes time-limited amnesty for unregistered exotic animals

Animal Welfare Commissioner Alison Bezzina has proposed a “time-limited amnesty” for unregistered wild animals to tackle illegalities. She said the lack of enforcement in Malta has created a situation of uncontrolled numbers of exotic animals. “Although this has happened in the past, since then very little law enforcement has been exercised, which has resulted in the proliferation of more dangerous ...

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