Monthly Archives: July 2021

What to Know About Car Title Loans and How It Works

212Loan Get to know what a car title loan is and how it works. NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, July 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Need money fast to pay rent, bills or deal with emergencies? Then an auto title loan could be the answer to your money problems. A car title loan is a short term loan where the ...

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KFC drops C-bomb, finally talks about chicken welfare

KFC, a strong creative advertiser, is often pinned to its treatment of poultry, so its latest campaign seeks to showcase its improvements in this troubled space. He drops a huge campaign at a supposedly C-bomb-laden press conference with a bucket of bargains. Launched on Friday July 23 on Channel 4, Mother’s campaign builds on fast food’s efforts to improve animal ...

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Vicksburg Animal Shelter Phase Two Planning Approved After Dog Attacks Woman – The Vicksburg Post

The Vicksburg Mayor and Aldermen’s Council approved a motion to move to phase two planning for the new animal sanctuary, conceptual design, on the donated property on 4845 US Highway 61 South at the board meeting Friday. South Ward Alderman Alex Monsour, Jr. said it was not just an issue of animal safety, but also of human safety. Monsour said ...

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Pets adopted during the pandemic are mostly staying in their new homes

SOUTH DAYTONA – Inside the Daytona rink, Benjamin, 2, walked the rink with what looked like a small bottle of champagne in his mouth. “Guess I’m going to have to buy him one now,” Allison Comport said of the squeaky toy with the words “Dog Perignonn Champagne” her English Bulldog had taken a liking to. The lovable pup was returned ...

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Club Med presents new guidelines on animal welfare and interactions

All-inclusive resort operator Club Med will cease promotions of excursions and local attractions at its resorts around the world that involve harmful or exploitative animal involvement, which will take effect from next month. . As part of its sustainability and conservation efforts, the company is committed to stop promoting activities such as elephant rides, exhibits involving captive whales and dolphins, ...

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ChoiceCash Title Loans, served by LoanMart, expand to

ChoiceCash Securities Lending, Managed By LoanMart, Expands Into Minnesota VAN NUYS, Calif., July 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – As of July 2021, ChoiceCash Title Loans, operated by LoanMart, has extended its services to the state of Minnesota. Therefore, qualified residents looking for securities lending in Minnesota have the option of using the financing of a ChoiceCash title loan. In recent ...

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More than 450 pets are to be adopted or placed in the Miami-Dade shelter, especially large and senior dogs

DORAL, Florida – Miami-Dade Animal Services is appealing to the public after an extremely large number of cats and dogs are in desperate need of permanent or temporary homes, especially older ones. According to Miami-Dade Animal Services, every year during the summer months, animal welfare and rescue organizations across the country experience an influx of pets in need of loving ...

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Mount. Juliet Building Remains Animal Rescue Site | Community

Another Wilson County animal rescue group will be relocating to the former Old Friends Senior Dog Sanctuary facility at Mt. Juliet to pursue her own mission of animal welfare. True Rescue, a non-profit group, works in Lebanon under the direction of Executive Director Amy Simcik. The group recently purchased the Old Friends building on Lebanon Road from Michael and Zina ...

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Get the Herd Out: How Farmers Save Cattle from Natural Disasters

New Get the Herd Out: How Farmers Save Cattle from Natural Disasters July 21, 2021 Article taken from Heifer International; learn more and / or support their causes on Heifer.org Have you heard of Tony Alsup, a truck driver who bought an old school bus, ripped off the seats, and went to the coast of South Carolina to save dogs ...

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Rodeo fight goes to court as animal rights groups sue government

A group of animal rights lawyers, along with the animal rights organization SAFE, have sued the government for failing to ban the rodeo. And, based on their recent track record, they may well be successful in ending the sport in this country. Mirjam Guesgen reports. The New Zealand Animal Law Association and SAFE have taken the Minister of Agriculture and ...

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