Monthly Archives: January 2022

January 31 – Chatham County to Host Virtual Public Animal Services Pledge Meeting | Local governments and politics

January 31, 2022 – Chatham County Animal Services will host a virtual public engagement meeting to educate and update residents on current services and gather feedback for strategic direction. Chatham County Animal Services enforces county animal control ordinances and operates the county’s open-admission animal shelter. Animal services officers respond to many complaints, including nuisance complaints, neglect, bite reports, and stray ...

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Mating season for coyotes amplifies howls in San Antonio’s urban wildlife soundtrack

On a recent weeknight, just before dusk, a dozen dog owners at Alamo Heights Bark Park on the wooded edge of Olmos Basin were treated to the sound of a howling chorus of coyotes during mating season. . It’s a surprising but almost normal addition to the urban soundtrack at this time of year, depending on where you live. The ...

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January 27, 2022, RC Letters to the Editor

Thank you for donations to the Douglas County Animal Shelter Editor: We would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to our wonderful Carson Valley residents for their generous donations in support of the Douglas County Animal Shelter on January 17th. The donations were collected as part of the National Betty White Challenge, an event created to help commemorate the ...

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🌱 Candler Hotel Wedding Gift + Lunar New Year + $20 Million Help

Hello, people of Atlanta! It’s me again, Kathy Cioffi, your host for the Atlanta Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: Sunny without precipitation, humidity at 37% and winds at 21 km/h. High: 56 Low: 31. 🏡 Are you a local real estate agent? Let us help you generate leads, grow your brand in Atlanta, and set yourself apart from the competition. ...

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What Steps Benzie County Animal Control Could Take To Become Self-Sufficient

BEULAH — At a committee meeting Jan. 25, members of the Benzie County Board of Commissioners suggested that the Benzie County Animal Control mileage rate should cover the full cost of operation. Proposed voting language for mileage was presented to the committee by county administrator Katie Zeits and animal control officer Kyle Mauer. The suggested mileage rate was 0.1 mils ...

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New land and animal therapy – the sky’s the limit for The Owl Sanctuary

An ANIMAL sanctuary is called to grow. The Owl Sanctuary has acquired 3.75 acres of land on Walney Island, ensuring rescue operations will continue for years to come. Acquiring the land means the sanctuary will have a whole new set of aviaries allowing them to save more animals. Paul Rose, owner of The Owl Sanctuary, is excited about the future ...

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Pet Project 2022: These cats, dogs and rabbits are available for adoption from shelters in Massachusetts on January 28

To note: While most shelters have closed to the public, many are still meeting potential adopters through dating. Please visit the shelter’s website or call for information on adopting or promoting an animal at this time. Through Pet Project, MassLive features pets available for adoption at rescue organization shelters across Massachusetts. With the participation of the shelters listed below, many ...

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Mysterious animal found in Pennsylvania escapes from shelter by chewing open window, keepers ‘stunned’

A mystery animal that baffled experts in Pennsylvania has escaped from a wildlife rescue by chewing through a window. The creature was found “cold and shivering” by Christina Eyth near her home in Adams County. He was later cared for by local animal shelter Wildlife Works, but experts were unable to determine his species. They think it must be either ...

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🌱 Friday parking ban + Woonsocket YMCA whalers are doing a great job!

Hello people of Woonsocket, and happy national blueberry pancake day! Sylvia here with the latest Woonsocket Daily. the the parking ban starts at 7 p.m. Also Woonsocket YMCA Whalers Youth Swim Team is having a great season. Finally, the Bernon Mills Front Street Redevelopment Project is one step closer to spring starting. First, today’s weather forecast: Cloudy with a few ...

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Zoo enrichment could go further

Social enrichment is about allowing individuals to experience natural social groups and choose with whom they interact. The image shows Asian Pied Starlings. 1 credit Zoos and aquariums could improve the lives of a wider range of animals, new research suggests. The use of “environmental enrichment” (providing animals with stimulating environments) has become increasingly common in zoos and aquariums in ...

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Report offers recommendations for improvement at Sumter County Animal Shelter

A recent assessment of the Sumter County Animal Shelter by a national animal welfare organization offers a plan to improve the shelter’s operations, reduce its population and preserve its no-slaughter status. A report analyzing the flaws and offering recommendations from the Best Friends Animal Society was presented to the stewards on Tuesday evening. At a workshop meeting next month, commissioners ...

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Paws To Care: Bossier City Animal Control | Legs to heal

SHREVEPORT, La. – It’s Wednesday and it’s time to Legs to heal for our four-legged friends. This week we present to you City of Bossier Animal Control and discover how we can make a big difference in the life of a four-legged friend. If you are interested in adopting, here are some of the agencies across ArkLaTex that you may ...

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Kashmir wildlife authorities on guard as human-wildlife conflict rocks cities

Residents attempt to hunt a wild bear that had entered a residential area in Pulwama town, south Kashmir, in April 2021. Photo: Umer Mehraj On June 4, 2021, a leopard abducted a four-year-old girl from the lawns of her home and then mauled her to death at a nearby nursery. The body of the little girl was found after two ...

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Exotic animal horror show must shut down: auction managers shown terrorizing and abusing wildlife

PETA Video Footage Reveals Wallaby, Coatimundi and Other Animals Being Manhandled For immediate release:January 25, 2022 Contact:Nicole Meyer 202-483-7382 Shelby, North Carolina – A PETA Eyewitness Investigation in Shelby’s Alternative Livestock Auction at the Cleveland County Agriculture Livestock Exchange shows vulnerable species of animals – including wild animals native to other countries – being physically abused, manhandled and tormented by ...

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Destination PSP Owner Jeffrey Bernstein Candidate for Palm Springs City Council

Jeffrey Bernstein will run for the Palm Springs City Council District 2 seat in the upcoming November election. Bernstein announced his candidacy on Monday. He is a longtime resident of the city and owner/founder of Destination PSP, a retail store in downtown Palm Springs that first launched in 2012. Bernstein’s campaign team touted his business track record when announcing his ...

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Trenton Animals Rock ‘steps down’ over contract line with Mayor Reed Gusciora – Trentonian

TRENTON – Trenton Animals Rock is back. More than a month after its executive director reversed his decision to step down, the animal rights group no longer operates the Trenton Animal Shelter. The nonprofit said it was forced out Monday after Mayor Reed Gusciora’s administration informed it at the last minute that the state had rejected a recent contract offer ...

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wildlife sanctuaries continue a success story | Outside

The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission (NCWRC) recommends having open permits to hunt bear at three of its managed bear sanctuaries. The Pisgah and Panthertown/Bonas Defeat Bear shrines are in and border Transylvania County. The reason behind the recommendation was at the request of the US Forest Service to try to reduce human/bear interactions on Forest Service lands and adjacent ...

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Scott Register Honored at GBHS Jazz Cat Ball

On December 31, Allison Black Cornelius, CEO of the Greater Birmingham Humane Society, came into work to find a 10-year-old blind Yorkie left in the rain tied to the building overnight. Humane Society workers “already have 200 animals” to care for, Cornelius said. So when Cornelius sees volunteers like Scott Register volunteering their time to help staff and animals, it’s ...

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Puppy Bowl 2022: Dogs of the Delaware Valley will compete

Who plays Here’s a look at the Delaware Valley puppies that will be competing in this year’s showdown: Brooke, representing Team Fluff on behalf of Brandywine Valley SPCA. (discovery+/Animal Planet/ The Dogist/Elias Weiss Friedman) Brooke | Team fluffBeagle / Treeeing Walker CoonhoundBrandywine Valley SPCA Forrest, representing Team Fluff on behalf of Brandywine Valley SPCA. (discovery+/Animal Planet/ The Dogist/Elias Weiss Friedman) ...

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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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Meet the San Diego Rescue Dogs for Puppy Bowl Touchdown

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — Three local puppies will make their television debut next month when they take the field for the hugely popular Puppy Bowl. The three dogs are from the Helen Woodward Animal Center and traveled nearly 3,000 miles from Rancho Santa Fe to New York for the shoot. According to a press release, rescue pups Marcus and Spangles ...

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Donations are pouring in for the Oak Park animal shelter thanks to the “Betty White Challenge”

OAK PARK, Ill. — Monday, Jan. 17 would have been Betty White’s centennial. To celebrate the late actress’ birthday, donations have been made to animal shelters across the country as part of the “Betty White Challenge”. The move is a response to the star’s love for our four-legged friends. Oak Park was White’s birthplace and the local shelter has seen ...

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Tribute paid as Fiona the raccoon takes her last sleep

Fiona died several days after being taken to the vet The tribute was posted on the Brockswood Animal Sanctuary website following the death of Fiona the raccoon on Monday. Fiona had been treated at the vet on January 11 after several weeks of illness, and animal keeper Claire Thompson of the Sedgley Sanctuary wrote a blog post to update supporters. ...

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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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‘Betty White Challenge’ benefits local rescues and animal shelters

KENT COUNTY, Michigan — There’s a charity challenge sweeping the country to honor beloved actress Betty White. Days after her death, the “Betty White Challenge” went viral online, encouraging people to donate $5 to a local shelter or animal shelter on Jan. 17, in what would have was Betty’s 100th birthday. Port Animal Protection Society in Ottawa County said donations ...

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Montgomery Co. Animal Resource Center Encourages Dog Licensing

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — It’s that time of year again for pet owners to get their dogs fired. At the Montgomery County Animal Resource Center, dog licensing events are held throughout January to encourage people to meet this annual legal requirement. Aircraft Open House: USAF Museum Features 10-A Thunderbolt II “It’s just a metal tag, it has a number, looks ...

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Editorial: Kudos to Vance for Animal Welfare | Editorials

There is no end to the laws governing the care and treatment of animals in Tennessee, but they differ depending on where the animals are housed. The state has established basic laws and over time localities have developed them, some more than others. Counties should set the standard covering everyone who owns animals, whether or not they live in towns ...

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Harbour-Egmont Highlights: In honor of Betty White, donate to animal rescue organizations on January 17

January 17 would have been Betty White’s 100th birthday Thank you to everyone who joined in the search for little Sakinaw cub. There are amazing humans on our coast protecting and saving wildlife 24/7 who conducted the research. Sad to know that our area is still a hotspot for animal abuse – for years. I know this from having served ...

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Rescue calls for animal adoption center

As Coweta County continues to grow, putting more and more pressure on animal services and local humane societies and rescue organizations, the idea of ​​an “adoption center” is on the rise again. discussed. Adoption centers are different from animal shelters or dog pounds and are designed to be more welcoming to potential adopters. Several local animal welfare volunteers recently appeared ...

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At full capacity, Bryan Animal Center asks for help

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) – The Bryan Animal Center is currently at capacity, and they say they need the community to come out and adopt pets in need. Animal Services Supervisor Ashley Rodriguez said he has seen a major influx of animals being brought to the center. This week alone, 20 to 30 dogs were brought in. Rodriguez isn’t sure why ...

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Pecos Animal Shelter Finds Homes

PECOS, Texas — There are so many cute dogs and cats at the Pecos Animal Control Facility, but not everyone will have a forever home, so there’s an effort right now to ensure that more animals are not euthanized. The shelter has worked hard to place their animals in new safe homes, and now the people of Pecos are doing ...

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The Pine Tree Camp is open this Saturday and the following Saturday for Adventure Day

For those of us involved with Pine Tree Camp, this will give us something to smile about. And for those who would like to know the ins and outs of the camp for children and adults with physical and developmental disabilities, here is your chance The Saturday Pine Tree Camp is hosting an Adventure Day session. Can’t come this weekend? ...

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CHHS rescues dogs from suspected puppy mill in Kentucky

Alabama. Florida. Georgia. Mississippi. Caroline from the south. Tennessee. And throughout North Carolina, from the mountains to the Outer Banks. What do all these places have in common? The Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society Animal Rescue Team is here to help save lives. Last week, CHHS added state No. 8 to its rescue map when Executive Director David Stroud made the 12-hour ...

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Dog shot in northwest Austin is now up for adoption

AUSTIN (KXAN) – Beans are OK. “He’s happy to get treats,” says Kelsey Cler, marketing and communications program manager at the Austin Animal Center. She refers to the rumored Pit Bull Terrier and Labrador Retriever mix, nicknamed “Beans”, who is recovering from being shot two days after Christmas. Beans was transferred to the Austin Animal Center and was adopted on ...

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Highland County Commissioners accept contract for new animal shelter

Highland County Commissioners Terry Britton and David Daniels approved an architectural services contract for a new animal shelter on North Shore Drive and discussed the county’s economic development partnership at their first regular meeting of the year Wednesday, January 12. Commission Chairman Jeff Duncan was absent due to illness. Duncan and Britton voted, 2-0, to excuse his absence. During an ...

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Amputation of a leg, new home in store for ‘Bruno’, the African wild cat found in Lincoln

LINCOLN – Wild African serval found wandering around Lincoln will be placed with the Wildcat Sanctuary in Minnesota, after having had his broken leg amputated. the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals-Angell Animal Medical Center announced the plan on Tuesday. Staff managed to capture the fawn black-spotted cat – now nicknamed “Bruno” – last week and rushed ...

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Special rescues help sick owners find their pets’ next home

Who will take your pet when you die? The question often does not have an easy answer, especially for sick or elderly people who are moving to home nursing or assisted living. During the pandemic, specialist rescue, advocacy and adoption services run by volunteers try to fill the void, one animal at a time. Leaders of the small movement said ...

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Amarillo-Panhandle Humane Society and Amarillo Animal Management and Welfare release 2021 statistics – KAMR – MyHighPlains.com

Amarillo hospital no longer has COVID-19 monoclonal antibody treatment Video Center – Latest / 8 hours ago Video Amarillo-Panhandle Humane Society and Amarillo Animal Management and Welfare release 2021 statistics / 7 hours ago Video 2 people arrested after shooting Sunday afternoon in West Amarillo Video Center – Latest / 8 hours ago Video APD is looking for a driver ...

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Big Dogs ‘Will Live Big’ In Heartfelt Adoption Campaign – NBC Los Angeles

What there is to know Many shelters and rescue groups will waive adoption fees or offer a discount for dogs 40 pounds or more January 15-31, 2022 Best Friends Lifesaving Center, Pasadena Humane, and Burbank Animal Shelter all participate Moving to one end of the couch, freeing up space on your bed, making room in your heart, all of this ...

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Betty White Challenge urges fans to honor late animal rights star’s 100th birthday activism

Fans of late comedy icon Betty White plan to celebrate what would have been her 100th birthday by organizing mass donations to a cause close to her heart. “The Betty White Challenge” went viral on social media after an account suggested celebrating the life of the late actress and animal rights activist by donating to animal rescues in her honor ...

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Tracks is a year-old American Bully mix ready for a new home

Tracks is an American Bully mix and ready for a patient and loving household. Tracks is ready for a patient and loving home and can be adopted by the South Bend Animal Resource Center. It is a mixture of one year old American Bully, up to date of its vaccines, microchipped and sterilized. Tracks was found last May in a ...

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Kern County Animal Services No Longer a Deathless Shelter After Raised Euthanasia | News

After a year in which Kern County Animal Services achieved a long-standing goal of successfully finding homes for 90 percent of the animals that have passed through its doors, the rate of euthanasia has rebounded. From June 2020 to June 2021, Animal Services saved 91% of all animals delivered to the department, a ratio that allowed the shelter to be ...

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Snow leopard at Miller Park Zoo dies of COVID-19 – ArkLaTexHomepage

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When you adopt 1 animal from a shelter, you save 2 lives | Pets

How does this work? Is it magic? Some sort of weird Harry Potter witchcraft? No, it is quite simple. In animal shelters across the country, there are usually more animals than you see on the adoption floor. There are animals in what is often called a “holding area”. These are animals that have recently been stray, abandoned, seized in a ...

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Animal Control Requires Adequate Shelter For Outdoor Dogs In Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) – As freezing temperatures hit the Ozarks, Springfield Animal Control is reminding pet owners that shelter is needed for all dogs outside. Heather Kellough, senior animal control officer, said if your dog is outside longer than a bathroom or a play break, he is needed. Kellough said the shelter must have a floor and the ceiling is ...

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Betty White helped save animals during Hurricane Katrina

Betty White’s death has left millions in mourning as they reflected on the life of the actress and comedian. While the television pioneer made her mark in the entertainment industry, she was also an environmental and animal advocate. After his passing, the Audubon Nature Institute shared a touching story on Twitter about how the Daddy’s Girls star quietly donated money ...

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Editorial: Start the New Year by adopting a pet from a shelter | Editorials

The story of Ellie the three-legged dog should serve as an inspiration for people to start a new year with a new family member, cat or dog from one of the many shelters in the area. Washington County Humane Society program director Halee Robinson said Ellie was a normal dog who led a normal life until she was attacked by ...

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Church Hill house fire calls for response from multiple area agencies – WJHL

Kingsport man charged with assaulting officer in U.S. Capitol violation will appear in court on January 14 News / 43 minutes ago Video Ballad Health: 97% of COVID-19 patients using ventilators are not vaccinated News / 33 minutes ago Video Greene County authorities are looking for 2 armed and dangerous suspects News / 41 minutes ago Video Greene County Creates ...

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Pamplin Media Group – Rescue of animals devastated by the pandemic

Lack of funds and overcrowding are just a few of the issues organizations face, but there are ways to help Shannon Shafer, founder of The Orphan Cat Rescue of Oregon, is lucky if she sleeps more than four hours at night. Shafer, like many small animal rescue owners, works full time in addition to delivering his rescue in Dundee. Sometimes ...

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Dogs escaping homes often reported as stolen

ASH Animal Sanctuary advises dog owners to ensure their pets are safe when they are outdoors due to an increase in the number of dogs reported stolen, when in fact they have gone missing after to have escaped. he Kiltegan-based animal sanctuary is operated by Helena and Rémi Le Mahieu, who currently care for more than 40 dogs. Helena believes ...

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NJ Considering ‘Bond or Forfeiture’ Law for Animal Cruelty Cases

TRENTON – Those accused of animal cruelty may be required to pay bond to cover costs incurred by a shelter to care for animals taken into custody while a criminal case is pending, under a draft law approved by an Assembly committee on Monday. It is unclear whether the bill – S4058 / A6099 – will be passed by the ...

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$ 41,000 Raised In Poker Tournament Goes To The Boys & Girls Club Of Carlsbad … Community Events North Of San Diego

CARLSBAD The senior center offers a free walking group The Carlsbad Senior Center hosts a free weekly walking group, the “Carlsbad Cruisers”, 9 am-10am Tuesday. The group wanders around various parts of Carlsbad, such as the village and the coast. Wear comfortable shoes, sunscreen, and light clothing. Meet at the West Entrance of the Center, 799 Pine Ave. Dogs, strollers, ...

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Local animal rescue saves four siblings living under abandoned trailer

“In times like these when the weather is very cold, it is bitter for you and me and for these animals. It is even worse, especially when they are in unfamiliar territories or environments or even more when they do not have access to regular food in a shelter, to fresh water, ”said Terri. Woo, Furry Friends Rockin Rescue Volunteer. ...

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Tasmanian Devil released into the wild after recovering from serious leg injury

A Tasmanian devil with horrific leg injuries has been brought back to health and released into the wild. Key points: The Tasmanian Devil Anemonefish was brought to Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary with the skin of its front paw missing After weeks of rehabilitation, the devil was released back into the wild Bonorong Says Humans Are The Cause Of Almost All Animal ...

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High time to ban horse-drawn carriages in Philadelphia

Horses have no place in the streets of 21st century cities. It sounds like a no-brainer, but in reality, many 2,000-pound horses weave their way through the busy traffic of Philadelphia every day, at their own risk and that of all pedestrians, motorists and cyclists around them. Horse-drawn carriages were historically the main engine of people and goods. There was ...

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CAPA Pet of the Week: Panda and Pennell | Pets

Panda and Pennell are a beautiful pair of bound rabbits available for adoption at the Santa Maria Animal Center. Panda is a 5 month old female, white and black shorthair rabbit and Pennell is a 5 month old male black shorthair rabbit. Panda is sweet and gentle and Pennell is the rebellious couple who love to put on a show ...

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Lancaster Farm Sanctuary helps remove 300 farm animals from stockpiling conditions in Perry County | News

Organizations in Lancaster County and elsewhere have removed hundreds of animals from stacking conditions on a farm in Perry County, a representative from the Lancaster Farm Sanctuary said. Over the course of two weeks, organizations including Lancaster Farm Sanctuary have transported around 300 animals to hospitals and are working to provide them with medical care, food, water and temporary shelter, ...

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