Monthly Archives: October 2021

Are black cats really unlucky? Here’s where the superstition comes from

through: Lauren Mixon, Nexstar Media Wire Posted: Oct 31, 2021 / 3:08 PM EDT / Update: Oct 31, 2021 / 3:08 PM EDT Photo of a black cat at the SICSA Pet Adoption and Welfare Center in Dayton, Ohio (WDTN Photo / Lauren Mixon) DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Many Americans have a superstition that black cats are dangerous or unlucky; ...

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One-eyed rescue dog reacts with joy after learning she is being adopted

An animal rescue center worker captured the joyful moment when a disabled dog, who survived a puppy mill, learned she was adopted. Joe Kay, who works as a Dog Adoption Coordinator, helping to save, train and welcome dogs, shared the emotional clip on TikTok under Handful of Dog Adoption where it was viewed 1.1 million of times. Images can be ...

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Kids Nature Retired Pumpkin Patch | Upcoming San Diego Events

The Children’s Nature Retreat, a 20-acre wildlife sanctuary in Alpine, is ready for the fall season with its own patch of pumpkins. From October 1 through Halloween, families can spend the day on the farm interacting with the animals and picking pumpkins in the pumpkin patch. The Retreat has been preparing all summer for its harvest of organic pumpkins. Families ...

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Fraser Valley Farm Animal Abuse Images May Be Ineligible If Obtained Illegally: Lawyers

Breadcrumb Links New Local News criminality As the SPCA prepares a case recommending charges to Crown counsel, attorney Victoria Shroff says any illegally obtained evidence could be removed from court review. Author of the article: Sarah Grochowski Lorie Chortyk of the SPCA. Photo by Arlen Redekop /PROVINCE Content of the article A video that allegedly shows evidence of animal abuse ...

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9-year-old girl opens barkery for dog treats to raise funds for local animal shelter

Caroline Wetherington, a 9-year-old girl in Chesapeake, Va., Opened “Caroline’s Barkery,” a bakery selling dog toys and treats to raise money for a local animal shelter. “I make homemade dog treats and toys and donate all the money I collect to the SPCA (Virginia Beach),” she wrote in a recent Instagram Publish. “Last year I raised $ 946. My goal ...

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Sheriff Wayne Ivey’s ‘Together and Grateful’ Animal Adoptions Offered in November

includes free medical insurance for your new pet through Trupanion Offer includes sterilization, microchip, current vaccinations, free medical insurance through Trupanion and a county tag (with an approved claim) BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County Animal Services is offering free dog and cat adoptions for the month of November. Offer includes sterilization / sterilization, microchip, current vaccinations, free medical insurance ...

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Firefighters visit dogs in Battersea

Battersea Dogs and Cats Home was treated to one of the cutest sites south of the Thames this week as firefighters from the London Fire Brigade (LFB) paid a friendly visit to the center’s dogs. Their presence came courtesy of the world famous wildlife sanctuary’s’ Wear Blue for Rescue ‘campaign, which encourages people across the UK to show their support ...

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Halloween puts “enormous pressure” on veterinary clinics and rescue centers

Animal welfare is a major concern around Halloween, said Senator Pippa Hackett, as she urges people to be aware of the distress caused by flashing lights and loud noises. “Firecrackers and firecrackers are very disturbing for dogs, cats, horses, donkeys and other animals,” said the Minister of State at the Ministry of Agriculture. “I would advise pet owners to keep ...

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Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Adoptable Pet of the Week is the Pumpkin King

ADOPT, DON’T BUY! The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Adoptable Pet of the Week is Pumpkin King, a 3 year old male mixed breed dog. He loves to be loved and is very affectionate. He is neutered, chipped and fully vaccinated. For more information, log on to BrevardSheriff.com or call 321-633-2024. BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Adoptable ...

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Animal shelter seeks to make more room in the filling facility

ROCKFORD, Ill. (WIFR) – An abundance of furry friends leaves little vacancy at Winnebago County Animal Services. Recently, around 20 dogs and 70 cats are patiently waiting to be adopted on any given day. “There has been an influx of cats and dogs into our facility, mostly stray dogs,” says DeShawn Christiansen, shelter operations coordinator. “We struggle a bit to ...

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Pablo Escobar’s hippos lead animal rights charge

VSORPORATIONS HAVE had enjoyed legal personality since the 19th century. Now, it seems, they have company. A dispute over the fate of hippos in Colombia resulted in an Ohio Federal Court ruling that, for the first time in U.S. law, recognizes animals as people. Listen to this story Your browser does not support the item . Enjoy more audio and ...

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Barbara B. Young 1925-2021 | News, Sports, Jobs

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Barbara B. Young, 96, passed away peacefully surrounded by her daughters in Indianapolis, Ind. On Tuesday, October 26, 2021. She was born January 17, 1925 in Mercer County, Pennsylvania, and was the daughter of Mildred and Kenneth Brugler. She has lived most of her life in Warren, Ohio, graduating from Warren G. Harding in June 1943. She ...

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State-of-the-art, interactive dinosaur and fossil museum to open in South Jersey in 2023

News 12 Staff October 27, 2021, 9:57 p.m. Updated: October 27, 2021, 9:57 p.m. Southern New Jersey will soon be home to a new state-of-the-art museum and fossil park. It will give visitors the opportunity to dig and learn about the dinosaurs and creatures that existed millions of years ago in New Jersey. “A lot of people don’t realize that ...

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Animal shelter workers to be charged with the death of 7 puppies | New

Pets in Need, Palo Alto’s contracted animal services agency, is a deathless shelter, but three of its employees have now been cited and are charged with animal cruelty and neglect in the deaths of seven puppies, a Palo Alto Police press release said Tuesday. The puppies died during transport from the Central Valley on August 2. The three employees had ...

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Elephant sanctuary in Kenya tests goat’s milk as a healthier eating option

SAMBURU, Kenya, October 27 (Reuters) – An elephant orphanage in Kenya is testing goat’s milk as feed for its small herd as a potentially healthier and cheaper form of nutrition than human formula – a solution that calls also money in the pockets of the local community. The Reteti Elephant Sanctuary in Samburu County, in the semi-arid scrubland of northern ...

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Petition from Air Quality Law Enforcement Groups for Livestock Containment

More than 20 environmental and animal welfare groups in several states on Tuesday called on the United States Environmental Protection Agency to end a 16-year moratorium on the enforcement of federal pollution laws. air for confinement of livestock. The problem is a 2005 agreement between the agency and thousands of containment owners and operators in 42 states that temporarily suspended ...

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Stolen U-Haul that was recovered leads to drug and animal cruelty charges for 2 people in Knoxville

KNOXVILLE, Tennessee (WATE) – Two people face a multitude of charges, including seven counts of animal cruelty after being found with a stolen U-Haul in Knoxville with seven cats kept in the back without open air or open ventilation, according to an arrest report. Tara Bowman and Shawn Martin face seven counts of animal cruelty, possession of methamphetamine, possession of ...

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Reconstruction of animal shelter in Rockland begins, but what about mandates

The county said the new refuge is expected to be completed by mid-2023, but it wasn’t sure who would operate it. The call for tenders is open for the construction of the new Hi-Tor animal care center County executive. Ed Day announces that the tender is open for the construction of the new Hi-Tor animal care center John Meore, Rockland ...

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Black Pine raises funds for tiger medical care | Albion New Era

ALBION – One of the tigers at Black Pine Animal Sanctuary is sick, and the Albion-based sanctuary is looking for help with medical bills to figure out what is wrong with him. Eragon, one of the Black Pine tigers, suffered “unexplained nosebleeds,” staff wrote on their Facebook page on Friday. The tiger has also lost muscle mass and it is ...

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New Director of Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium grew up in a zoo of his own

As a child growing up outside of Chicago, Dr. Jeremy Goodman lived in a house that looked like a zoo. The menagerie included snakes, turtles, birds, guinea pigs, lizards, hermit crabs, and other creatures large and small. “I have had a lot of pets,” he says, “but never a dog or a cat”. These days, the new manager of the ...

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News in October in Jiading District

Vaccine base Construction of an mRNA vaccine production base began on Yunbei Highway last month. The base belongs to the China National Biotec Group, a biosciences subsidiary of Chinese pharmaceutical giant Sinopharm. It is a state-of-the-art COVID-19 vaccine production facility. The construction area is over 32,000 square meters. E-sport laboratory The first Chinese F1 e-sports championship racing lab was inaugurated ...

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New Simcoe County Animal Rescue Group Seeking Support For Their Cause

BARRIE, ONT. – A new animal rescue group has organized a fundraiser in Orillia to raise awareness for their cause. The Koda Amigos, an animal care group based in Simcoe County, were outside the two Pet Valu sites on Sunday and allowed residents to meet some of the animals for adoption. The group rescues dogs and cats from overcrowded rural ...

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Donna De Paola | Obituaries

Donna Ray De Paola May 17, 1940 – 22 October 2021 Donna Ray (Norris) De Paola, 81, died on Friday 22 October 2021 at her home in Effingham. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, October 27, 2021 at Bauer Funeral Home in Effingham with interment at Arborcrest Memorial Park. Visitations will be held from 12:00 ...

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Maine Voices: Right to Food Amendment Would Have Unintended Consequences

Looking at the many respected and disparate organizations in Maine that oppose Question 3, it’s clear that the proposed constitutional amendment creates more problems than it solves. While the inclusion of a ‘right to food’ in the state constitution sounds appealing, the impact of the amendment on food safety and animal welfare is not at all appetizing. . The heart ...

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Vera Wiitala (1926 – 2021) death notice – Lunenburg, MA

Beloved mother, grandmother and great-grandmother Lunenburg Vera Esther (Haanpaa) Wiitala, 95, a longtime resident of Lunenburg and formerly of Fitchburg, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, October 20, 2021 at the Sterling Village Nursing Center, surrounded by her loving family. Vera was born in Fitchburg, MA on July 1, 1926, daughter of the late Erland and Hilma (Maennpaa) Haanpaa. She was ...

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Companion Animal Alliance is working to find a solution to the overflow of shelters

BATON ROUGE – A local animal shelter is packed and workers are overwhelmed trying to find pet homes. Each Companion Animal Alliance kennel is stocked with one or more furry friends. “We have 177 kennels available and we currently have 262 dogs in our care,” said Emily Jackson, director of communications and grants. There were not enough adoptions for the ...

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Petaluma leads nationwide campaign to draw attention to the plight of senior dogs

For the third year in a row, Lily’s Legacy Senior Dog Sanctuary, a Petaluma-based nonprofit rescue organization dedicated to saving large breed senior dogs in California, will partner with senior dog rescue organizations across in the United States to present Saving Senior Dogs The Week. From October 25 to 31, the week-long national social media campaign, founded by Alice Mayn, ...

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COVID puppies: after an increase in adoptions, the animals go in peak

The Pope Memorial Humane Society in Dover has playgroups for their animals. Survivor’s Paws Animal Rescue in Lebanon has always had a full plate. Owner Shelley Andrews has been rescuing dogs and finding “forever” homes for them for over 30 years. The majority of the dogs were rescued from slaughter shelters in the south – Texas, South Carolina and Louisiana ...

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Bryan Animal Center at full capacity, pets looking for homes

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) – The Bryan Animal Center is currently at full capacity, which means there are tons of sweet animals that are in desperate need of a home forever. The easiest way to adopt your new furry baby is to visit the Bryan Animal Center website and complete an application. You can also browse the website to see which ...

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Mobile County Animal Shelter Adoption Fee Reduced For October | Mobile County Alabama News

MOBILE, Alabama (WALA) – If you’re looking to give a furry friend a forever home, look no further. The Mobile County Animal Shelter is having an adoption special in October. It’s “Bark’toberfest” at the Mobile County Animal Shelter. Only for October, the animal shelter is reducing adoption fees. So if you are looking for a new best friend, now is ...

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Woman cares for more than 300 animals on her own at North Yorkshire Wildlife Sanctuary

LA owner of a North Yorkshire wildlife sanctuary is appealing for volunteers and donations after being left alone to care for more than 300 animals. Sharon Lawlor of Scarborough is the owner of Sheep Sanctuary in Whitby which takes care of unwanted farm animals or those with special needs. Read more: How to Prepare for Snow as Met Office Predicts ...

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Iowa’s animal welfare laws are sorely lacking

A cat named Tommy sits in a chair at Animal Welfare Friends in Monticello in 2016 (Rebecca F. Miller / The Gazette) Iowa’s animal welfare laws aren’t just too weak, they’re often not enforced. Fines under state animal neglect law are “small, rare and may go unpaid,” Iowa Capital Dispatch investigative reporter Clark Kauffman recently reported as part of the ...

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Rockland holds groundbreaking ceremony for new animal shelter

ROCKLAND COUNTY, NY – Accompanied by a chorus of barks, Rockland County officials and volunteers ceremoniously opened a new animal shelter, manifesting a years dream. “Today is a big day,” County Manager Ed Day said. “We are now one step closer to completion… This is an obvious savings for the residents and a victory for the animals we care about.” ...

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Sungai Buloh Animal Shelter Founder Works To Save and Treat Stray Animals Despite Financial Struggle | Life

Siti Fauziah (left) put up posters calling for volunteers to help bathe and feed the stray animals in the shelter. – Photo via Facebook PETALING JAYA, October 21 – Siti Fauziah Abdul Jabbar may face financial constraints, but she has not given up on breastfeeding and treating stray animals The 38-year-old man from Sungai Buloh said Mstar that she even ...

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Halloween is making a big comeback this year in the Attleboro area | Local News

Last year could have been described as the year without Halloween, so many events have been canceled due to the pandemic. This included the annual Norton Halloween Parade, which is making a comeback. “People are thrilled that this annual tradition has returned,” said Parks and Recreation Director Melanie Towle. “We have quite a few new bands participating in the parade ...

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Israeli Venture Builder Tackles Global Food Sustainability Challenges

By 2050, the world’s population is expected to reach around 9.75 billion, according to Worldometer, a real-time statistics website. There are fears that increased pressure from population growth is on food security and sustainability, which means millions of people around the world are at greater risk of going hungry. An Israeli company, NRS Agro Innovation (NRS), is finding a way ...

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Everett Animal Shelter wants you to choose puppies or kittens?

A one-time fundraiser is underway at the Everett Animal Shelter. Here’s how to participate. Last year we partnered with McClain Insurance Services on a puppy live stream Facebook event that was full of cuteness, cuddles and puppy slobber. This year, it’s up to you: puppies or kittens! Should we be live streaming a litter of playful puppies or curious kittens? ...

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Scientists say pig transplants to humans come close with new test

Scientists temporarily attached a pig kidney to a human body and watched it begin to function, a small step in the decades-long quest to one day use animal organs for vital transplants. Pigs have been the most recent line of research to address the organ shortage, but among the obstacles: a sugar in pig cells, foreign to the human body, ...

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Spike in demand is straining Stratford-area large animal rescue

Breadcrumb Links New Local News The founder of a large animal rescue near Stratford says her non-profit, volunteer-run sanctuary has reached physical, emotional and financial limits since demand for her service skyrocketed during the pandemic. Author of the article: Chris Montanini Release date : October 19, 2021 • 12 minutes ago • 3 minutes to read • Join the conversation ...

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ANIMAL CONNECTION: SPCA Thrift Store Events Help Save Lives Shopping | Characteristics

In the mid-1980s, the SPCA Albrecht Center for Animal Welfare opened the doors of its first thrift store – a place where locals could find amazing deals while giving back to animals from the SPCA’s homeless shelters. Fast forward to 2019, when the store finally found its way into the Mitchell Mall. The community response to this boutique style thrift ...

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Controversial drug ivermectin to be clinically tested in El Paso

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – As controversy surrounding the use of ivermectin to treat COVID-19 intensifies across the country, the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in El Paso will conduct a pair of trials clinics to test the effectiveness of four different drugs. Ivermectin is one of the drugs that will be tested. TTUSHC received $ 1.7 million from ...

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Utahns and Salt Lake County Animal Services Help Animals Ravaged by Hurricane Ida in New Orleans

SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – The Utahns lend a hand in Louisiana to the regions hardest hit by Hurricane Ida. Salt Lake County Animal Services (SLCoAS) traveled to New Orleans to answer animal control calls, provide care for shelter animals, and help reunite lost animals with their owners. “Salt Lake County is honored to help the people and pets ...

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Wildlife expert studies moth species in Dalma

Raja Ghosh estimates more than 300 varieties of the insect in the elephants’ abode Kumud jenamani | Posted on 18.10.21, 17:23 PM The Dalma Hills immediately conjure up images of elephant herds, given that they are home to a vast wildlife sanctuary. But few know that the hills are also home to over 300 species of moths which indicate the ...

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Arrow Fund saves abused and neglected animals

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Two Kentucky lawmakers want to require people accused of animal abuse to pay board, vet bills, and other care for their animals while their court cases are pending. Representatives Kim Banta (R-Ft. Mitchell) and Cherlynn Stevenson (D-Lexington) are sponsoring the bill that would require owners to pay the cost of animal care or abandon animals for adoption. ...

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Maryville Animal Rescue Masquerade Ball Fundraising Event This Friday

Some MAARC puppies Maryville Alcoa Animal Rescue Center (MAARC) Logo You are invited to the masked ball The No-Kill Maryville Alcoa Animal Rescue Center (MAARC) event is expected to be the largest yet for the 100% volunteer organization. Maintaining a No Kill initiative is a community effort, and the Knoxville / Maryville area business community has come together firmly behind ...

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Sacramento County organizations offer COVID-19 vaccines for pets and their owners

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) – Several hundred dogs and cats were in the parking lot of the Sleep Train arena on Saturday as Sacramento Public Health, Front Street Animal Shelter and the Mexican Consulate in Sacramento teamed up to host a one-time vaccination clinic. The clinic provided COVID-19 and influenza vaccines for humans, as well as microchips and free vaccines for ...

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Santa Rosa Wildlife Sanctuary Hosts Fundraiser for Vegan Pancake Breakfast

Animal lovers gathered at the Goatlandia Farm Animal Sanctuary on Saturday for a fundraiser for a vegan pancake breakfast and the opportunity to learn about the creatures that inhabit the Santa Rosa property. The event, attended by around 120 people, aimed to educate people on how to stand up for large animals and the benefits of a plant-based diet. After ...

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Today is October 16, 2021 – Picayune Item

National Sports Day October is the rush hour for National Sports Day. That’s why on October 16, fans, families and athletes of all sports come together to celebrate their favorite sporting events. All the disciplines of a sport take the field, from the youngest to the seasoned professional. Gather your friends to watch your favorite team. Go out and play ...

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See the List of the Fastest Growing, Most Money-Making Businesses Led or Owned by LSU Graduates | Business

Jackson-based DarkHorse Industries tops this year’s list of 100 Fastest Growing LSU Companies, while Christus Health-Louisiana & Southeast Texas tops Roaring’s 10 Most Generating Companies list. income. The LSU 100 and Roaring 10 lists recognize companies owned or operated by LSU graduates on the basis of confidential financial results submissions. DarkHorse, a concrete cutting and demolition company, is led by ...

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Dunkirk Boys finds principal’s dog | News, Sports, Jobs

DUNKIRK – A couple of brothers in Dunkirk had a big surprise recently when they found a dog in town: the animal belongs to one of their owners. The saga unfolded on October 6 and began with a call to the town’s animal control officer, Denise Zentz. “I got a call saying there was a black dog entering and exiting ...

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$ 25,000 at stake for the rescue of the Coxsackie horse | Greene County

COXSACKIE – A local horse rescue organization was selected from thousands of entries as a finalist in a national competition. Unbridled Thoroughbred Foundation, 1700 Farm to Market Road, Coxsackie, was one of 25 rescue organizations across the country to be chosen for the final round of the Tractor Supply Rescue Your Rescue competition. Eight will be chosen from the 25 ...

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Iowa’s “surprise” inspections of dog breeders are sometimes scheduled

Inspectors filed this photo taken during a visit to a Wayne County dog ​​breeder – Daniel Gingerich – facing state and federal penalties for dozens of animal welfare law violations. In a description of the photo, inspectors note that there was a lack of drinking water for the dogs. (Federal Court exhibit) State inspections at Iowa dog breeding facilities are ...

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San Diego Humane Society Celebrates Adopt-A-Shelter-Dog Month

SAN DIEGO – A group of dogs transferred to the San Diego Humane Society campus in Oceanside from the Loreto area of ​​Baja California, Mexico, are looking for a second chance and a new home. Baja dogs are among the many dogs available for adoption in October, which is also shelter dog adoption month, said San Diego Humane Society spokesperson ...

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Local Animal Rescue advocates for increased support to keep pace with service requests – Eckville Echo

The Saving Grace Animal Society near Alix is ​​in trouble as the number of animals in distress increases while donations and adoptions have slowed. Through the ongoing Brick by Brick campaign, the Society has also attempted to raise funds to build a private veterinary clinic right next to its current shelter. With a goal of $ 500,000 in place, they ...

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The legislation deals with fire safety in kennels

A Williamson County lawmaker introduced a bill that would require all Texas kennel operators to put in place a fire safety system to prevent another tragedy like the one that occurred last month at a pet boarding house Georgetown Company. Seventy-five dogs died of smoke inhalation when a fire broke out at the Ponderosa Pet Resort on the night of ...

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Grand Donuts in Georgetown; new businesses open in downtown Austin and other area news

Grand Donuts will soon be opening in Georgetown. (Brittany Andes / Community Impact Journal) Read the latest business and community news in the Central Texas area. Georgetown Georgetown donut store soon to open Grand Donuts is slated to open in November near the Teravista neighborhood on Westinghouse Road in Georgetown. New Brunswick IBIDS discusses elimination of “Red X” days On ...

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COVID-19 Pandemic Leaves Wisconsin Veterinary Clinics Catching Up | Economic news

“With their current clients, they’re already so late, then 15 people adopt animals and they’re like ‘Oh crud I have to find a vet,’ said Laura Berchem, executive director of the Humane Society of Sheboygan County. “Everyone they’re calling right now is going to say it’s going to be six to eight weeks before I can see you.” Berchem said ...

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Group is pushing for Horry County’s animal welfare laws to be changed

CONWAY, SC (WMBF) – The Horry County Public Safety Committee has sent a resolution to the entire county council that would update the current county animal welfare laws. Animal Voice Alliance of Horry County spokeswoman Lynn Greco said it is about time and has been pushing the county council to improve the laws for some time. “Animal welfare laws in ...

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Baby 2-headed turtle thrives at Massachusetts animal shelter

Rare two-headed terrapin turtle is alive – with its six legs – at Birdsey Cape Wildlife Center in Massachusetts ThroughThe Associated Press 12 October 2021, 18:38 • 1 minute read Share on FacebookShare on twitterEmail this article BARNSTABLE, Massachusetts – A rare two-headed diamond turtle is alive and kicking – with all six legs – at the Birdsey Cape Wildlife ...

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PHOTOS: Barrow County Animal Control Adoptable Pets of the Week – October 11 | Slideshows

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Wyoming Kindness Ranch saves 100 Beagles from testing facility

*** For all of Wyoming, sign up for our daily newsletter *** By Jennifer Kocher, Cowboy State Daily It takes a certain type of person to oversee an animal shelter, and John Ramer is one of them. You have to be comfortable living isolated miles from the nearest town, he explains as he bombs along a single track dirt road ...

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education and social justice leaders praise bold actions to extend protections for incarcerated students | Business

LOS ANGELES – (BUSINESS WIRE) – October 11, 2021– The Michelson Center for Public Policy (MCPP), along with a coalition of social justice and education organizations, applaud Governor of California Gavin Newsom to sign a law drafted by California State Senator Ben Hueso fight against recidivism by expanding access to college education for inmates. The combined efforts of the MCPP ...

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The Tiger makes a temporary return to northern China

BEIJING — A century ago, some 500 tigers roamed the vast plains of northeast China, on its border with Russia and Korea. By 1998, decades of economic expansion, poaching and human encroachment had reduced the population to just seven known individuals, leaving them functionally extinct in a country that has long revered the big cats. What has happened since, however, ...

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COVID-19 leaves Wisconsin veterinary clinics catching up | Latest news

Overall, shelter pet adoptions in 2020 were the lowest they have been in five years, but the number of adoptions has also declined significantly over that time frame. The remaining pets were simply adopted faster, which explains the empty cages. Instead, vets say pet owners – new and existing – were simply paying more attention to their pets, finding lumps, ...

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Strathallan squirrel glider sanctuary

The stretch of highway between Rochester and Echuca may not seem like a place for an animal sanctuary. But hidden behind the trees, the Strathallan Glider Sanctuary is working to restore the area’s population of squirrel gliders. Since 2015, Veronica and John Groat have set up 16 aviary-style cages for their growing family of squirrel gliders, having started with just ...

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Judge Permanently Revokes License Of Notorious Chinchilla Supplier, Calls Violations “Absolutely Staggering”

Washington DC– Citing a series of chronic animal welfare law (AWA) violations, an administrative judge on Friday permanently revoked the dealer license of Dan Moulton, owner of Moulton Chinchilla Ranch (MCR), one of the few dealers nationwide to supply chinchillas for experimentation. In a rare court ruling following an 18-day hearing, United States Department of Agriculture Judge Jill Clifton found ...

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Saratoga County Animal Shelter Hosts “Missing Dog Adoption Day”

BALLSTON SPA, NY (NEWS10) – The Saratoga County Animal Shelter hosted its “Missing Dog Adoption Day,” on Saturday, promoting rescues in an attempt to find forever homes for their 21 dogs. Pet Connection with Steve Caporizzo “I’m thrilled,” said Mary Pecunia, who adopted a 12-year-old husky at the event after having an immediate connection, “Instant. I knew he was mine. ...

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For the love of animals | State and region

Delaney Wykle’s hometown legacy is one of compassion for those who need it most. Thanks to a substantial donation from Todd and Rachel Cornett, the Humane Society of Raleigh County has announced that the Delaney Wykle Animal Wellness Center will be built on Gray Flats Road next spring. Delaney, 22, died in a helicopter crash in the Bahamas on July ...

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Bob Weir, Billie Eilish and Finneas Prepare for Farm Sanctuary Live Stream

Bob Weir, Billie Eilish, Finneas and Joaquin Phoenix are among the artists and actors participating in Farm Sanctuary’s 35th anniversary free livestream, The Power of Sanctuary, airs today at 7 p.m. EST via the organization’s website. Ellen Degeneres, Alec Baldwin, Rooney Mara, Kate Mara, Alicia Silverstone, Edie Falco and many more will also appear on the live broadcast celebrating the ...

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Game and Fish investigates the death of a bear | Local News

Mila Shelehoff saw a bear that had foraged for a week in her Hyde Park Estates neighborhood act weakly and then die two days later in a wooded area near her home. Seeing the bear slowly die and having to explain it to his young son was overwhelming, said Shelehoff, who suspects the animal may have been poisoned. “It was ...

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Animal Rights Group seeks charges against Center’s slaughterhouse | Crime Report

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), Abatoir Associates, Inc., located in Center County, on suspicion of animal cruelty crimes. Seeking criminal assessment and prosecution. The Animal Rights Group wrote to Deputy Federal Attorney Bruce Brandler in Central Pennsylvania on Tuesday morning. NS August 31 USDA Report It cites at least half a dozen recent federal law violations. PETA ...

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City of Vicksburg approves new animal shelter plan after years of debate – The Vicksburg Post

After years of debate and finding the right location, Vicksburg has a new animal shelter. The mayor’s and aldermen’s council on Friday approved a design for the shelter, which will be built at 4845 US Highway 61 South. This property and the existing building that will be used for the shelter were donated by the Ernest Thomas family for the ...

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A tiger in our territory

Illustration: Martina Bulkova / pixabay An aging and injured tiger, now named T23, has killed four people and several cattle around the Mudumalai sanctuary in recent weeks. Harassed forestry officials desperately patrol the area where the tiger was last seen, in an attempt to put it to sleep with a tranquilizer. The decision to tranquilize, capture and relocate this tiger ...

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Lurgan man fined for ‘nasty offense’ leading to death of goat – Armagh I

A man from Lurgan was fined for an “unpleasant offense” of leaving a goat unattended, resulting in his death from injuries. David Crawford of Inglewood, pleaded guilty to animal welfare offenses following prosecution in Craigavon ​​County Court, sitting before Judge Brady via Sightlink on Tuesday, October 5. Crawford has been charged with causing unnecessary suffering and failing to ensure animal ...

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Center for Contemporary Sciences (CCS) encourages bipartisan introduction of FDA Modernization Act 2021 to innovate drug development and replace animal testing requirements

WASHINGTON, October 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Today, U.S. Senators Cory booker, D-New Jersey, Rand Paul, R-Ky., Ben ray lujan, D-NM, Mike Braun, R-Indiana, and John kennedy, R-The., introduced the FDA Modernization Act of 2021 to modernize drug development and authorize the FDA to accept test methods relevant to humans for safety and efficacy testing. Together with other groups, ...

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Missouri Pet Home Groups Provide Shelter Until A Forever Home Is Found

Linda leicht | Special to News-Leader Alanna Livingston admits that after caring for Dexter for the first four months of her life, leaving him was difficult. Several families were interested in adopting the active black puppy, but one stood out. And when their vet assured Livingston that they would be a big family for Dexter, it made things a lot ...

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10 best things to do this weekend (07/10)

Hold on to your hats, it’s gonna be fun, there’s a lot to do this weekend. Enjoy the arts this weekend with music and dance performances! For those 21 and over, enjoy an oenological and gastronomic festival! And of course, celebrate fall at everyone’s favorite fall festival. Plano Food and Wine Festival is taking place at Legacy West this year! ...

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‘Just skin and bones’: Bali’s elephants starve | Wildlife News

Elephant park in Bali left more than a dozen elephants to starve, and unpaid staff after plummeting ticket sales forced it to close when COVID-19 spread around the world and that the borders have been closed. Bali Elephant Camp (BEC) is a safari-style park, a half-hour drive north of Ubud, the cultural capital of the Indonesian island, which offered a ...

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Meet ‘Sable’, the newest employee of UMC children’s hospital | KLBK | KAMC

LUBBOCK, Texas – The University Medical Center Children’s Hospital welcomed a new institutional dog to its team last week. Brian Payne, chief medical officer at UMC Children’s Hospital, said Sable, the golden retriever who is the quarter poodle, is the area’s premier settlement dog and his goal is to help patients to relax. “From our perspective, it’s very common to ...

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Confused San Mateo Halloween Decoration for Pet Tarantula

SAN MATEO, CA – Last month, a Peninsula Humane Society employee thought she was going to have to rescue a live tarantula from a rooftop in San Mateo. What she saw instead was an old Halloween decoration, and she “burst out laughing,” said Buffy Tarbox, communications manager for the Peninsula Humane Society and the SPCA, in a statement. interview with ...

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Wildlife lovers worry about tiger poaching

Warangal: The slaughter of a tiger, suspected of being a female, by poachers about a fortnight ago within the boundaries of the Eturungaram wildlife reserve caused a lot of suffering to lovers of wildlife and the environment. This barbaric act of certain poachers of the Gothi Koya tribe (Guthi Koya or Muria Gonds) living in the SS Tadvai mandal in ...

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14 pretty dog ​​and cat beds to match your home decor

CNN – Our furry roommates can seem flexible about where they take a nap. Above all else, they want to be near us and can therefore be seen sleeping on bath mats, radiator covers, ottomans or even lying on the hard floor. This kind of devotion, however, can be difficult for larger and older dogs. And even young people, small ...

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Berkeley County Animal Center is “already overcapacity” | Community News

Every day, newcomers come to the Berkeley County Animal Center. Since moving into the new county shelter in mid-June – which offers a lot more space than the old building on Cypress Gardens Road – staff say it’s already overcapacity. The county shelter moved to 131 Central Berkeley Drive in Moncks Corner over the summer. The 11,500 square foot shelter ...

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The Public Works Council releases a dog | New

The Board of Works returned a pit bull named Chaos to its owner on Tuesday morning following the resumption of a hearing that began at a special meeting last Friday. Works committee renews dog bite hearing at special meeting The incident occurred on August 17 in which Shelbyville Police Officer Curt Schuman responded to a welfare check at Sunset Park. ...

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Could there be a shortage of eggs in Mass.? Lawmakers are working to prevent it.

Business “If we don’t act, there will be very few egg farmers who will actually comply with the standard as set out in the ballot question, and that’s not enough egg farmers to answer. on demand.” Massachusetts lawmakers are scrambling to change a 2016 voting measures law – which they say will prevent an egg shortage. IRINA – stock.adobe.com Could ...

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Dog recovers after being shot for eating chickens

GOOCHLAND, Va. (WWBT) – A female dog from Goochland has a new ‘leash’ after being rescued when she was shot for eating live chickens. In September, Goochland County Animal Protection called Goochland Pet Lovers with a critically underweight mastiff that had been shot for eating live chickens. Goochland Pet Lovers said the owner of the chickens had the right to ...

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Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary receives $ 150,000 from Oneida Nation

GREEN BAY, WB (WBAY) – The Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary in Green Bay received a donation of $ 150,000 from the Oneida Nation on Tuesday. The donation is part of the government-to-government cooperation agreement that the Oneida Nation signed with the city of Green Bay earlier this year. The sanctuary superintendent says donations like this help the sanctuary continue to ...

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Evanston’s new homeless house is getting closer to reality

Members of Evanston City Council last week showed strong support for a plan that would replace the current animal shelter with a new building, a milestone for the long-awaited project. At the September 27 city council meeting, a number of council members voted in favor of a plan with mid-level costs, on three pre-design proposals presented to make improvements to ...

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Cricket Hollow Zoo owners convicted in contempt of court and sent to jail

A Delaware County judge fined the owners of a controversial roadside zoo near Manchester $ 70,000 and sentenced them to 140 days in prison. The ruling, released at the end of September, likely ends the latest of several cases involving Cricket Hollow Zoo near Manchester dating back to 2014. The judge’s ruling came a day after the Iowa Supreme Court ...

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Livestock: UK supply chain crisis, exploitation of meat factory workers and Billie Eilish advocacy at Cop26 | Agriculture

New Farm Animal Survey We conducted a startling survey of Europe’s multibillion pound meat industry, revealing how it has become a global hotspot for outsourced labor, hiring thousands of workers through subcontractors , agencies and bogus cooperatives with lower wages and salaries. Journalists Ella McSweeney and Holly Young have spent the past six months interviewing workers and insiders across the ...

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