Monthly Archives: December 2021

Germany’s commitments for 2022: animal welfare labels on meat and plant products

Reading time: 2 minutes This coming year is the first for the new German government in power. And with its arrival comes a host of renewed commitments to animal welfare and the environment. With the aim of improving the treatment of animals in the food system, the European country plans to introduce mandatory animal welfare labels on meat products. In ...

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Pima Animal Care Center prepares to welcome hundreds of animals after New Years fireworks display

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) – As the new year approaches, there are further concerns about the capacity of the Pima Animal Care Center. The shelter is still in a code red situation and they expect to see hundreds of dogs frightened by the fireworks entering after the New Years. “New Years Eve is going to be an additional and ...

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Genesee County Animal Control Sees High Number of Dog Admissions in Need of Donation News

Genesee County Animal Control sees high number of dog admissions, in need of donations GENESEA COUNTY, Mich. (WJRT) – “Normally for dogs, over the past 1.5 years we’ve been around 50. And we’re around 80 right now,” the deputy director of animal control said. from Genesee County, Renea Kennedy. Genesee County Animal Control sees a high number of intakes for ...

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New Animal Resource Center impacting animal welfare | Jamestown News

While the new 33,000 square foot Animal Resource Center, which opened on November 2 at 980 Guilford College Road, is impressive, for Jorge Ortega the building is not about appearance but functionality. For this, Ortega, director of Guilford County Animal Services, gives it five stars. The emphasis is on the well-being – mental and physical – of the animals, as ...

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ACCT Philly has struggled with leadership and funding. What’s next for the animal shelter?

Philadelphia’s main animal shelter in 2004 euthanized nearly 90 percent of the cats and dogs that came through its doors. Today, the non-profit organization that provides these the city’s housing and animal control services save almost 90% of life. Yet year after year ACCT Philly grapples with harsh criticism of its management, revolving door leadership and chronic underfunding. The shelter ...

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Netflix sued by Ace Ventura producers for footage used in Tiger King

Netflix’s insane true crime drama King tiger has been mired in controversy since debuting on the streamer last year. But things are about to get worse, as Morgan Creek Productions, the production company behind Jim Carrey-starrer Ace Ventura movies, Netflix continued and King tiger producers for copyright infringement. Apparently, King tiger images used from Ace Ventura: when nature calls without ...

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Ocean State Job Lot Donates To Animal Protection Groups

Staff reports December 28, 2021Updated: 28 Dec. 2021 4:26 p.m. animal welfare donation program.”/> A Halfway Home Rescue representative joins Ocean State Job Lot associates Tom Brown and Luana Onofrio in accepting a donation from the Ocean State Jot Lot “To the Rescue” animal welfare donation program. Ocean State Job Lots / Photo Contribution A total of 230 animal welfare ...

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Donation box destined for St. Frances Animal Center stolen a few days before Christmas

GEORGETOWN, SC (WMBF) – A donation box meant to help feed and care for animals at a Georgetown animal shelter was stolen days before Christmas. Georgetown Police Department said a St. Frances Animal Center donation box was stolen from Tupacz Liquors on Church Street. The department also released a photo of a man wanted for questioning in the case. Georgetown ...

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Hundreds of parakeets dropped off at Michigan animal shelter – NBC Chicago

A Michigan animal shelter has been inundated with hundreds of parakeets. The Detroit Animal Welfare Group in Romeo said in a Facebook post that the first group of colorful little birds were dropped off Thursday evening. “We were also in shock, but we couldn’t push them away as they were all crammed into seven cages and choking on each other ...

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Celebrate the New Year with a New Pet

Editor’s Note: Please contact local shelters before visiting. Some shelters may be closed, have adjusted opening hours, or only available by appointment due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Bethany Animal Control Shelter: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the first Saturday of the month, 5100 N College, 789-3431. Central Oklahoma Humanitarian Society Center: 11 ...

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Kodaikanal Residents Worried About Upcoming Helipad Project – The New Indian Express

Express news service DINDIGUL: The residents of Kodaikanal have expressed their opposition to the helipad project which will likely be jointly established by central and state governments in the Chinnapallam region. At the start of last month, a team of Union government officials inspected the site, following which people raised a red flag against the project. In an attempt to ...

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Mesquite Police Department Journal December 23-24, 2021

12/25/21 Mesquite Police Department 6202 06:06 Daily Activity Log, with Synopsis Page: 1 Date: 12/23/21 For more information please contact our Public Information Officer at (702) 346-5262 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 211223042 Alarm Incident Address : Carrara Ct Mesquite NV 89027 Responding Officers: J Rich, J Cheney Disposition : Z Non-Criminal Incidents Unit: A4 Time Reported: 19:08 Time Dispatched: 19:11 Time Arrived : ...

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Rewarding Reading Sessions at Winchester Animal Shelter for Future Adopted and Their Human Visitors – WDVM25 & DCW50

Theft suspects order pizza from Winchester home before robbing residence, police attempt to identify suspects News / 6 hours ago Video Northern Virginia sees increase in COVID-19 cases News / 6 hours ago Video New COVID testing strategy coming soon to schools in Virginia aims to reduce disruptive quarantines News / 1 day ago Video Authorities advocate for fire safety ...

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Bad condition horses rescued from Riverbank property

Oakdale Equine Rescue An animal welfare investigation rescued 30 horses on Monday from a property in an unincorporated area of ​​Riverbank. “I can tell you the animals were in really bad shape,” said Annette Bedsworth, executive director of Stanislaus County Animal Services. She said horses generally suffer from inadequate nutrition and care. Authorities determined that two horses had been stolen ...

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“Koala Massacre”: Australia Brings Hundreds of Animal Cruelty Charges

MELBOURNE, Australia – An Australian landowner and two companies have been charged with animal cruelty after a clearing operation killed 70 koalas last year, an episode that lawmakers called a “massacre” . Authorities discovered dozens of dead, injured or starving koalas on private property in Cape Bridgewater in southwest Victoria in February last year, after the landowner and a logging ...

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Commissioners review design plans for the new animal shelter; adopt the 2022 budget resolution

At what is slated to be the last Highland County commission meeting in 2021, Commissioners Jeff Duncan, Terry Britton and David Daniels reviewed initial plans for a dog pound installation project and approved the resolution on the 2022 annual appropriations. Adam Raines of DS2 Architects presented preliminary design plans for a new facility on North Shore Drive, which commissioners said ...

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Betty Allard | Obituaries | Salem News

Betty J. Allard April 29, 1946 – December 14, 2021 MARBLEHEAD – Betty Jane (Hanst) Allard, 75, a longtime resident of Marblehead, sadly succumbed to a stroke during her battle with cancer on Tuesday, December 14, 2021. Betty was John’s beloved wife Vincent Allard with whom she shared 53 years of marriage. She was the loving and devoted mother of ...

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Some sentences handed down against an official of the Ministry of Agriculture who admitted failures to animal welfare are quashed

The High Court overturned some convictions and sentences handed down against an Agriculture Ministry official who admitted to having dead and injured animals on his land. The agriculture minister called for orders quashing some, but not all, of the convictions handed down earlier this year against Bernard, if not Brian Kilgariff, who, as a senior Agriculture Department official, had investigated ...

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Find your new family member at the Tri Cities Animal Shelter and Adoption Center

Photo credit Tri City Animal Hospital Facebook Twitter Pinterest Adoption fees for pets aged 4 and over are waived Although you can’t wrap them on their own, a new pet is a most pleasant and caring gift – for a human and the animal itself. The Tri-Cities Animal Shelter & Adoption Center, a collaboration between the cities of Cedar Hill, ...

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Evacuated St. Louis County Animal Shelter Director Fired for Reporting Misconduct, Opposing Privatization, and Making a Legal Claim | Law and order

Four days later, on January 21, Schmidt told supervisors at a group meeting that “they must publicly support” the privatization plan “because political commitments have been made.” Schmidt told Zatorski that the health department would be prepared to consider changing her job title and description so that she can stay at the shelter, an offer that Zatorski’s lawsuit called “quid ...

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Here’s how you can help tornado victims – 89.3 WFPL News Louisville

Communities are scrambling to assess the damage after one of the worst tornadoes in state history swept through western Kentucky on December 11. The state has announced that 76 Kentuckians have been confirmed dead. Tthousands of Kentuckians remain without electricity and many are homeless. As search and rescue efforts continue in affected counties, here is how you can help: Categories: ...

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Coalition calls for new animal welfare law – Society

Jakarta Post Jakarta ● Mon, December 20, 2021 2021-12-20 19:15 0 1a1b11401ea1df534c76149989040395 1 Society animal rights, law, house of representatives, coalition, Muhaimin-Iskandar To free A coalition of animal rights activists called on the House of Representatives to draft a law that would promote animal welfare and protect animals from cruelty. The Indonesian Coalition for Animal Welfare (KPH Indonesia) said there ...

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Saugerties Sanctuary provides home for rescued animals and education for visitors – Daily Freeman

SAUGERTIES, NY – For over 20 years, Kathy Stevens and her team at Catskill Animal Sanctuary have let love and compassion guide their work to save farm animals in need. Stevens, the founder and executive director, said the sanctuary started on property borrowed from Kerhonkson and focused on a handful of farm animal species. Over the past two decades, however, ...

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Maker Market Raises $ 700 for Greene Animal Shelter | Lifestyles

Culinary arts students (left to right) Nicholas Ownby (11th), Emma Ray (9th) and Eliah Dojack (11th) and instructor Kate Gozzard were selling cookie decorating kits, ranch mixes and grams of candies to raise funds for the FCCLA club. a conference of state leaders later this year. Cosmetology students Michelle Wang and Klaira Bragado (both elderly) and teachers Char Whetzel and ...

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Critteraid Animal Sanctuary in Summerland has a cat that’s ready for lots of love and cuddles – Penticton News

Cat looking for lots of love Casey richardson An adorable cat who has recovered at Critteraid Animal Sanctuary in Summerland is ready for a home after returning to full health. Isis is a one year old kitten who was found in the street and taken care of by the emergency services. She was named after the goddess for her divine ...

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Can we move away from animal models of human disease research?

I recently read a comprehensive and very detailed scientific report titled The Research Modernization Deal 2021. It unequivocally shows that many experiments on non-human animals (animals) fail to lead to effective treatments and cures for them. human diseases, including the leading killers in American advertisements for a wide variety of prescription drugs, clearly recognize this ineffectiveness in their disclaimers and ...

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Catherine Bacon | Death notice | johnsoncitypress.com

JOHNSON CITY – Catheryn Bacon, 82, of Johnson City, died on Wednesday, December 15, 2021 at Johnson City Medical Center. Catheryn was born in Washington County, TN, to the late Andrew and Axie Minga. Catheryn was a member of the First Christian Church and attended for many years. She worked for Hamilton Bank for 8 years and retired from ETSU ...

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Donation from Local Business Owner Paves the Way for Pet Adoption in Catoosa County, Georgia

Thanks to a donation from businessman John Linderman, a dozen animals at Catoosa County Animal Shelter in Georgia have found a new home just in time for the holidays. Dozens more will be helped by his commitment to make a constant donation to the animal shelter throughout the year. Catoosa County spokesperson John Pless said Linderman, owner of Linderman’s Furniture ...

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BITS & BYTES: Shakespeare & Co., BTG queues; Rockwell Museum vax policy, holiday hours; Audubon mass programs; Berkshire Humane and Animal DREAMS merge

Shakespeare & Company Announces First Three Events of 45th Season LENOX – Shakespeare & Company recently announced the first three titles slated for production in its 45th season, which will begin in June 2022. Two works by Shakespeare and a modern production will open the season, which also marks the New Spruce Theater’s first anniversary – the 500 seats in ...

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Help an animal rescue group settle unpaid bills

Rescued animals, especially injured and sick ones, need veterinary care. This requires funds because veterinary care is expensive, especially when it comes to treating severe cases. As such, the Malaysian Dogs Deserve Better (MDDB) Canine Welfare Project consistently pays the recurring vet bills. MDDB director Irene Low said the NGO’s veterinary bills were very high as rescued dogs required treatment ...

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forever homes for all animals by the new year

LYNDHURST – The Shenandoah Valley Animal Services Center is hosting Home for the Howlidays this Saturday, Dec. 18 from 10 a.m. until all animals find homes, the animal shelter said. The animal shelter expects an exciting and busy day and encourages people to plan to arrive early. Here are some steps you can take to speed up the adoption process: ...

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Clark Moores Students Donate to Animal Shelter | News

Through fierce determination, a group of students from Clark-Moores Middle School donated over 300 items to the Madison County Animal Shelter. The Giving Campaign grew out of a leadership project for the Gifted and Talented Program, which consists of sixth, seventh and eighth graders. Over the past three weeks, the group has gathered food, toys, animal beds, leashes, cleaning supplies ...

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‘Doc’ Antle had a history of animal exploitation before ‘Tiger King’

Bhagavan “Doc” Antle operates Myrtle Beach Safari (aka “TIGERS”), a roadside zoo in South Carolina where exotic baby animals are snatched from their mothers so they can be passed on for high-profit public gatherings, systematically treated as props for advertising stunts and exploited for “likes” on social networks. A PETA target for decades, Antle is a key player in the ...

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PACT Blockchain Funding Model for Animal Welfare – CryptoMode

One of the challenges that all nonprofits face is securing the necessary funding to pursue their worthy cause. But Phoenix Animal Care and Treatment (PACT) has found a way around this challenge. This solution is Blockchain technology. Thanks to Bear Buddies, an interactive blockchain virtual adoption game, PACT will be able to generate the funds needed to save and care ...

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Maclean-Cameron Animal Adoption Center Offers Advice

GREAT FALLS – The Maclean-Cameron Animal Adoption Center in Great Falls sees a lot of adoptions during the holiday season, which also means the center sees a lot of animals visiting as well. Marketing director Misha John said it is always better for the animal to be abandoned than to be left in an environment where it cannot thrive. “Whenever ...

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In Assam’s Udalguri, a thriving biodiversity park now needs help

Guwahati: A forest for many are tigers, lions, elephants and in the case of Assam, rhinos. However, a forest is much more than these animals: a plethora of species of plants and animals; reptiles and insects, complete a forest. Creation of the Kanaklata biodiversity park Jayanta Kumar Das of Assam, renowned journalist and wildlife activist from Udalguri district in Kalaigaon, ...

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MyBiosource publishes guide for research on gain of function

San Diego, December 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – MyBiosource Inc, a company based in San Diego, Calif., Recently published a blog post that offers a guide to function search. Gain-of-Function research (GoFR) is that branch of scientific research with the aim of catching viruses before epidemics and the development of various drugs, including vaccines. Specifically, GoFR is a kind of ...

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Pandemic mystery: Scientists focus on animal origins of COVID |

Almost two years after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the origin of the virus that is plaguing the world remains shrouded in mystery. Most scientists believe it emerged in the wild and passed from bats to humans, either directly or through another animal. Others believe he escaped from a Chinese lab. Now, with the worldwide COVID-19 death toll surpassing ...

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Adoption fees dropped to $ 25 at Cincinnati animal shelter

CINCINNATI – With the Christmas season here, animal shelters across the state are hoping that people who want to add a pet to their family will consider adopting. A shelter in Cincinnati has cut its adoption fees for a limited time to encourage those on the fence. What would you like to know Adoption fees at the Cincinnati Animal Care ...

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Is This Little White Dog Found In Norwich Your Pet?

Posted: 11:00 a.m. on December 12, 2021 A small elderly dog ​​found straying at an abandoned site in Norwich searches for his family. The little white animal was found by a delivery driver in Mile Cross and prompted a call from local vets to make sure the microchips are up to date. The elderly puppy was taken to the Chapelfield ...

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Camp Pendleton Marines from Kabul Security Battalion processed for vacation cruise – Orange County Register

The Marines and their families from Camp Pendleton’s 2nd Battalion, 1st Marines – the unit from which 10 of the 13 servicemen killed in the Kabul airport bombing came – had some “reel fun” this weekend as part of the 46th Dana Point Boat Parade of Lights. They and members of the 5th Marine Regiment were accommodated aboard the Dana ...

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Corinne T. Smith Animal Center hires Braston Gray as director

Bulletin Special | Brownwood Bulletin The Corinne T. Smith Animal Center has announced the hiring of Braston Gray, a native of Brownwood, who has worked in Lubbock for several years, as the new manager. Gray replaces Leona Cleveland as director of the Brownwood Animal Center. The center said in a press release: The Corinne T. Smith Animal Center (CTSAC) is ...

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Washington Co. Commission signs new animal shelter agreement | News, Sports, Jobs

After nearly two years without a contract, the Washington County Commission on Friday signed a new animal shelter agreement with the Humane Society of the Ohio Valley. Commissioners, shelter officials and officials from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office have met on several occasions to discuss the details of the deal. “You worked very, very hard. You’ve been very patient with ...

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director of DVHS named ‘Unsung Hero’ | Local news

According to Arm & Hammer, Erin Insinga, director of the Delaware Valley Humane Society, is the cat’s meow. The New Jersey-based company announced in a December 8 press release that Insinga is one of its unsung heroes, named through its Feline Generous program. The statement said Insinga was one of three heroes named, out of nearly 4,500 nominations, representing “thousands ...

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Axne introduces new legislation inspired by Iowans

Representative Cindy Axne represents the Third Congressional District of Iowa in the United States House of Representatives. She can be reached at 202-225-5476. I recently introduced three bills inspired by issues that residents of Iowa’s Third Congressional District have brought to my attention. For years, independent livestock producers in Iowa have demanded fairness and a level playing field in the ...

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Fujifilm India Announces Collaboration with DCC Animal Hospital to Provide Pet Health Devices, Health News, ET HealthWorld

Gurugram, Haryana, December 9, 2021: Fujifilm India Pvt Ltd, a pioneer in medical imaging and diagnostic technologies, recently partnered with A’alda Vet India Pvt Ltd to strengthen pet healthcare facilities. As part of the partnership, Fujifilm India will provide innovative medical and screening devices to DCC (Dogs, Cats & Companions) Animal Hospital, an initiative by A’alda Vet to raise standards ...

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The FACF awards $ 98,900 in grants | Local news

The Fremont Area Community Foundation recently awarded $ 98,900 in grants to seven area nonprofits. That brings the total of competitive grants for 2021 to $ 451,945 – and an additional $ 585,532 has been awarded so far this year from donor-advised funds the foundation administers. For agencies like Roots to Wings, which serves people with disabilities, the recent grant ...

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Athol Daily News – Book Review: “The Elephant in the Room”

“The Elephant in the Room”, by Holly Goldberg Sloan, is a beautifully told blend of friendship and family separation, animal welfare, immigration, gender equality and autism. It might seem like a ridiculously complex list of ingredients, but the different threads are woven into an almost perfect story, in which the elephant is not just a metaphor but a living, living ...

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Chinese pet food industry meets at CAFIC Shanghai on ingredients, technology and cooperation

The Second China International Conference on Pet Food Ingredients (CAFIC) was organized by LAMB Consultancy Limited (www.lambconsultancy.co.nz) at Shanghai to November 14-16, 2021, with some 200 Chinese pet food industry professionals attending amid COVID-19, on trips to the north and southwest China was strictly restricted. Due to the cancellation of Pet Fair Asia 2021 and CIPS 2021, the second CAFIC ...

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Local News: Plymouth County Cats and Dogs Find Shelter (12/8/21)

(Photo provided) An open house is scheduled for this Saturday, December 11 at the new Wet-Nose Rescue animal shelter pictured above. This view is from the north side. The entrance to the open house will be in the west. PLYMOUTH CO. ?? Homeless cats and dogs in Plymouth County will have better luck, thanks to a new animal shelter. Wet-Nose ...

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Video captures huge bear in northern Minnesota

For seven years, researchers from Wolf of Travelers Project deployed GPS collars and around 200 cameras to document the surprising survival tactics wolves employ to survive the summer in and around Voyageurs National Park. But these cameras also capture other wildlife in the area, including, on October 7, a giant black bear waddling across the frame, its belly swinging side ...

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Robinsons Malls Happy Pets Club donates to animal welfare groups

Robinsons Malls, through its Happy Pets Club, has a program that reinforces its commitment to promoting responsible pet ownership through partnerships with two of the nation’s well-established pet advocacy groups – Animal Kingdom Foundation and Pawssion Project. The collaboration between the Robinsons Malls Happy Pets Club and these two pet advocacy groups is one of the most vital aspects of ...

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Kim Taylor Statement on Family Issues – NBC Boston

The family of a 73-year-old volunteer at a Massachusetts pet therapy farm who died over the weekend after being repeatedly struck by a sheep released a statement Monday. Kim Taylor, of Wellesley, was tending the cattle in a paddock on her own around 9 a.m. on Saturday morning at Cultivate Care Farms in Bolton “when a sheep charged her and ...

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MSPCA-Angell is looking for volunteer drivers to transport animals to Boston, Methuen and Cape Cod sites

Are you an animal lover with driving experience? MSPCA-Angell, the nonprofit animal welfare association, is looking for drivers to transport furry friends across Massachusetts. This volunteer opportunity will help the shelter with a variety of needs, from moving wildlife to clinics, driving adoptable pets between adoption centers, bringing food and other supplies to communities across the country. proximity. The MSPCA ...

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The wildlife reserve is coming back from a difficult year

ONSLOW COUNTY, NC (WITN) – Sniffles and screams were the sounds that marked a new beginning for Possumwood Acres Wildlife Sanctuary in Onslow County as they officially reopened on Sunday. “We’re trying to allow people who love animals to have a place to express that love and to be able to do things for them,” said sanctuary director Toni O’Neil. ...

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UK: Farmers are the most reliable part of the supply chain

The UK Levy Board, which represents farmers, producers and other players in the supply chain, has been monitoring consumer confidence since 2019. The results of the AHDB / Blue Marble study found that almost two-thirds (63%) feel very or somewhat positive about UK farming. The same study yielded particularly positive results last year. This year’s results are in line with ...

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Home For The Holidays: Cat Found In Blount County Is Returned To Owner In NH | Community

Thanks to Blount County Animal Center animal control officers and veterinarian Dr. Michelle Williams, a very lucky cat is enjoying his first Christmas at home with his owner in three years. In mid-July, Blount County animal control officers found a cat named Castiel lying on the side of a road in Blount County. The cat was on the verge of ...

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Pet of the Week at Burke County Animal Services | Local news

Thanos is a 2 year old dog ready to be adopted by Burke County Animal Services. Paws is a 2 year old cat ready to be adopted by Burke County Animal Services. Many dogs and cats are available for adoption at Burke County Animal Services. Animal shelter technician Trinity Johnson wants all of the animals in the shelter to find ...

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Spanish law no longer considers animals as “objects”

Spain has adopted a new law on animal welfare recognizing animals as sentient beings. The country will no longer consider pets and wildlife as “objects”, according to the law. Spain’s lower house, the Congress of Deputies, adopted the new law. It received majority approval, except by the far-right Vox party, which opposed the legislation. Animals will now benefit from greater ...

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BARCS needs your help to replenish its emergency medical fund – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) – The Baltimore Animal Rescue & Care Shelter is soliciting donations from the public for his Franky Fund almost sold out, which pays for emergency care for more than 800 animals in need of care each year. In the past 30 days, the fund ran out as 72 animals required emergency medical attention, BARCS said. That need grew ...

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Chairman of the National Animal Ethics Advisory Committee appointed

Thursday, December 2, 2021, 11:49 a.m.Press release: Te Pukenga Professor Nat Waran of the Eastern Institute of Technology has been appointed Chairman of the National Advisory Committee on Animal Ethics (NAEAC) which provides independent advice on ethical and animal welfare issues relating to the use of animals in research, testing and teaching. Professor Waran is Executive Dean of the Eastern ...

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New Prince William Animal Shelter Opening | Securities

Prince William County has completed the first phase of construction of a massive upgrade to its animal shelter. The County Animal Control Bureau began moving into the West Wing of the Animal Service Center on November 23. Prince William’s animal control office workers began moving animals to the new shelter last week. PROVIDED The $ 16.7 million project will replace ...

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Edgecombe Sheriff Calls for Action on County’s New Animal Shelter | Local News

In the past year, people across the country have nearly completed a dollar-for-dollar game of a $ 50,000 loan from the Edgecombe County Commissioners Council for a new animal shelter. “The money came from citizens of Edgecombe County as well as from people who had no idea where we were until they looked at a map,” Sheriff Clee Atkinson said. ...

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