Monthly Archives: March 2022

Singapore Opens First Animal Rehabilitation Center to Help Stray Animals Adapt to Home Life and Find Adopters

SINGAPORE — A new animal rehabilitation center has opened to take in stray animals and help them adjust to the home environment, so they can more easily find adopters and be rehomed. Located in Lim Chu Kang, the Animal Rehabilitation Center is managed by the Animal and Veterinary Service (AVS). It has 13 kennels to acclimate stray dogs to a ...

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Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town hosts a benefit concert for the Berkeley Animal Center

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Veteran Falls Patrol Officer, Animal Cruelty Investigator, Ends 31-Year Career | Local News

For 25 of his more than 31 years as a Falls cop, Dave Bower patrolled the streets in what is still known as the “50 car.” “I was assigned to the Highland Avenue car from the start,” Bower said. “And I started to build a relationship with the good people in that community.” Then he added with a chuckle, “And ...

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Things to do in Prince William County April 2022

Provided by Prince William Office of Tourism Prince William, Virginia is the perfect place to enjoy the spring weather. From bluebell festivals and world-class music to on-farm experiences, fantastic local foods and artisan drinks, here are a few reasons to start planning your spring getaway today. Below is a list of upcoming events, festivals and activities in Prince William County ...

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Judges add three new cases, including animal welfare law challenge and Warhol copyright dispute

SCOTUS NEWS By Amy Howe March 28, 2022 at 1:49 p.m. The Supreme Court on Monday issued orders from the judges’ private conference last week, adding three new cases to the docket for the next term. The new cases involve an animal welfare law challenge in California, a death penalty issue in Arizona and a copyright dispute over a work ...

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Pet Parents Speak Out After Animal Abuse Shelter Owner Arrested

GLASTONBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — Days after state police arrested a pet shelter owner for animal cruelty, people who have adopted from the shelter have mixed feelings. Those who have chosen to adopt pets from Connecticut Pregnant Dog and Cat Rescue in Glastonbury are trying to make sense of recent events. Joann Connelly, 59, was arrested on three counts of animal ...

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Dog recovers after being shot in the head after being shot in the head

By Marie-Alice Royse Click here for updates on this story Nashville, TN (WSMVName) — An animal rescue center helped a dog recover in early March after being shot in the face. Farrah, the dog, was found by Proverbs 12:10 Animal Rescue officials wandering in a rural county with no shelter and no animal control on March 7. Animal Rescue officials ...

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BayCoast Bank creates scholarship at West Place Animal Sanctuary in Tiverton

BayCoast Bank this week announced the establishment of the BayCoast Bank Fellowship at West Place Animal Sanctuary, a non-profit organization located in Tiverton. The scholarship will be awarded to a student enrolled in West Place’s Education Internship Program, which provides local high school and college students with an immersive, hands-on experience of working with rescued farm animals and injured or ...

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Help Local Creatures Big and Small with an Animal Fund | Business

Abandoned. Cold. Scared. Two tiny tufts of orange fur were piled up for warmth by the side of the road. Their chances of survival were slim. But then a kind-hearted stranger stopped the car, picked them up and shared their story on social media. Now, with a new home and a seemingly endless supply of toys, treats and affection, these ...

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Purdue Canine Care Certification Changing Hearts and Minds About What We Owe to Dogs

Friday, March 25, 2022 Photo courtesy of Dr. Candace Croney The Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine has reached an important milestone in animal welfare by approving its first 100 Certified Canine Care (CCC) dog breeders. Purdue’s CCC program, which sets rigorous, science-based, expert-reviewed requirements for breeders, is poised to become the benchmark for canine wellness assurance. As the demand ...

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Jordan’s Way Raises Thousands of Dollars in Just Hours for Banning Animal Shelter | Community

As part of a nationwide tour that ends in California, the nonprofit organization Jordan’s Way stopped by the Banning Animal Shelter on Wednesday to participate in an event to raise awareness and funds for the shelter, which is run by the non-profit organization ARE Animal Rescue, which runs Banning’s shelter. During a Facebook Live event in which teams of volunteers ...

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the peepal farm story

In Dhanotua small village near Dharmshala in Himachal Pradesh, Shivani Singh found her calling in helping local women and stray animals through her organization Inasmuch asPeepal Farm ProductsInasmuch as. Started as a small farm selling only herbs in 2017, Peepal Farm has grown into an animal rescue organization and organic farm. The product line of this female-led social enterprise has ...

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Poll finds 88% support for provincial licenses for zoos in Ontario

A new poll commissioned by World Animal Protection (WAP) shows that 88 per cent of Ontarians surveyed support regulations that would create licenses for zoos in the province and set standards for animal safety and welfare. Nine percent of the 1,020 people randomly polled by Nanos Research somewhat support these changes, according to the advocacy group. It calls on provincial ...

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Pacific GeneTech Plans Experimental Station Licensed Animal Vaccine Production Facility

University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture Billy Hargis, professor and director of the John Kirkpatrick Skeeles Poultry Health Laboratory at the Milo J. Shult Agricultural Research and Extension Center in Fayetteville, helped develop animal vaccine technology under license from Pacific GeneTech. (U of A System Agriculture Division photo by Fred Miller) Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station animal ...

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The Saugerties animal shelter is moving

Saugerties City Council is interested in working with the group working to build a new Saugerties Animal Sanctuary, Town Supervisor Fred Costello said during the regular city council. Wednesday, March 16 meeting. “We have made significant progress; they or they [a group of volunteers raising money to build a new shelter] raised about three-quarters to 80 percent of the money ...

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Living Compound in Jeddah offers a hidden animal sanctuary for birds, fish and reptiles

A living complex in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia has been discovered to house a hidden living animal sanctuary for birds, fish and reptiles. The animal sanctuary is built in a public city park where animal keepers recreate their natural habitat. Despite its uniqueness, the Jeddah sanctuary is one of a multitude of animal sanctuaries around the world. Yet, there are instances ...

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Former Iowa puppy mill owner Daniel Gingerich pleads guilty

The southern Iowa puppy mill owner who racked up more than 120 animal welfare law violations in six months has reached a plea deal for his criminal charges. Daniel Gingerich faced two counts of animal neglect with grievous bodily injury or death, an aggravated misdemeanor. He also faced four counts of animal neglect with injury, a felony. A plea agreement ...

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Habersham hires design team for animal shelter and emergency services facilities

The Habersham County Commission has hired a Lawrenceville engineering firm to begin work on two highly anticipated SPLOST projects: a new animal shelter and a centralized emergency services headquarters. The Board of Commissioners voted unanimously at its Monday evening meeting to award contracts to Croft and Associates for the new Habersham County Animal Care and Control and Habersham County Emergency ...

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Animal center struggles to allay public concerns over out-of-state transfers

Tuesday, March 22, 2022 by Kali Bramble Animal Advisory Commissioners continue to question the transfer of animals from the shelter to partner shelters, but so far they are still awaiting answers. The conversation started last month, when commissioners issued a resolution to more closely monitor the transport of animals out of the county and out of state in a 7-2 ...

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Meet the Critter Sitter | Georgian times

Blood is not the only characteristic of the family, not even of the species. Linda Bradley, 52, also known as Critter Sitter, has been in contact with so many different species of animals over a long period of time, making her feel like they are all her relatives. Bradley is a mobile animal care provider and ranch worker, not to ...

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Farmers and crofters can learn more about Quality Meat Scotland’s changes to its standards at upcoming village hall meetings

COLUMN: From the Croft by Russell Smith Is spring coming now? The in-bye begins to turn green, though the ground on the hill is still in sepia tones of brown; curlews and lapwings are back. There are buds on the daffodils and the trees; cockerels are “active”; muirburn smoke is in the air: and lambing is fast approaching. So we ...

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National Charity League’s Del Sol Chapter Recognizes Senior Class of 2022 for Achievements

The Patronesses and Ticktockers of the National Charity League, Inc. (NCL), Del Sol Chapter, will hold their senior recognition ceremony on Saturday, March 26, where they will showcase and honor the accomplishments of the chapter’s senior class. Taking place at the US Grant Hotel in downtown San Diego, this annual event recognizes the graduating senior class for outstanding achievement and ...

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Thousands of people and their dogs show up for Celebrity Paws in the Park

NORTH CHARLESTON, South Carolina (WCSC) — One of the biggest pet-friendly events took place Saturday at Riverfront Park in North Charleston — and it’s all about giving furry friends a forever home. Thousands of people have enjoyed Celebrity Paws in the Park with their four-legged friends. The event included dog dives, stage performances with Animal Planet celebrities, food trucks, music, ...

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CT Audubon Fairfield Announces Spring Programs

Fairfield, CT – The Connecticut Audubon Society Center in Fairfield has announced its spring programs through April 22 as follows: Girl Scout Eco Questsaturday april 210 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.Look out for Daisy, Brownie and Junior Girl Scouts – nature badge programs are back this spring at Connecticut Audubon’s Center in Fairfield on Saturday, April 2, from 10 a.m. to ...

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Animal Welfare Organization S’pore Urgently Seeks Dog Adopter Or Will Be Euthanized – Mothership.SG

Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg Animal welfare organization Exclusively Mongrels Limited is urgently looking for an adopter for a dog named Kona, who is at risk of being euthanized otherwise. Kona is a Singapore Special, or mongrel, who was adopted by Exclusively Mongrels in 2019. Photo via Exclusively Mongrels Limited/Facebook Photo via Exclusively Mongrels Limited/Facebook However, ...

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4 things you need to know about them

If you need cash fast, a title loan may be the answer. These loans are relatively easy to obtain, but there are a few things you need to know before applying. In this blog post, we’ll discuss four important things you need to know about title lending. We’ll also give you some tips on how to get the best deal ...

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Sullivan County Animal Shelter Holds Jailbreak Adoption Event

The Sullivan County Animal Shelter invites the public on an escape; the shelter, in partnership with the Sullivan County Department of Archives and Tourism, is hosting a pet adoption event Saturday at the historic Old Sheriff’s Home and Jail. The community can attend this event to learn about the historic former Sheriff’s House, now home to the Heritage Visitor Information ...

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Longtime animal shelter resident ‘Dylan’ needs a home

March 16, 2022By: Dwayne Page Dylan has been living at the DeKalb Animal Shelter for a long time. In fact, he’s been around longer than any other pet. And while Dylan is welcome there, he needs a forever home. Will you be that loving and caring family that offers him such a home? You can adopt Dylan this week. He ...

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Sunshine Horses Partners with EQUUS Foundation for ‘Stepping Out for March’ Fundraiser – Eagle News Online

CLAY – Clay racehorse rescue organization Sunshine Horses is partnering with the EQUUS Foundation for a fundraiser that will benefit horses at home and in the wild. “Going Out for March,” which runs until April 3, seeks to raise money for the care of Sunshine’s mustang cross, March, who has Cushing’s disease and insulin resistance. An anonymous donor to the ...

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Shechita UK leader joy after MPs back ‘smart amendment’ to Animal Welfare Bill

MPs have backed an amendment to the government’s Animal Welfare Bill which mandates a committee to review policy decisions to uphold religious traditions such as shechita. In a move that was hailed by Shechita UK, the Commons voted Monday night in favor of a backbench amendment led by Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown which requires the new Animal Sentence Committee to take ...

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Charlotte Public Schools Opens New Farm Learning Center

Charlotte Public Schools is opening a new Agricultural Learning Center with classrooms offering hands-on instruction in the agricultural and horticultural industries. Michigan’s food and agriculture sector accounts for 17% of state employment according to data from the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development. Since the early 1970s, Charlotte Public Schools have introduced students to the estate. Nick Thompson, a ...

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The deer calmly grazes as the cheetah tries to attack. See what happens next

The natural behavior of any herbivorous animal like deer would be to start sprinting as soon as it sees a predator heading towards it. However, a video is making the rounds on the internet, in which a deer can ironically be seen grazing without any care even as a cheetah stands inches away. The viral video was shared by Indian ...

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Owner to Donate Winning Prize to Aid International Animal Welfare | Horse racing news

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Jackson Animal Care Center Hosts First Inaugural Fur Ball

JACKSON, Tenn. – Residents of West Tennessee have come together to support animals in need. On Saturday night, the Jackson Animal Care Center hosted its first annual Inaugural Fur Ball event to raise funds for animal health. Whitney Owen, director of the Jackson Animal Service, says she’s excited to organize an event that will provide Jackson’s animals with the care ...

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Due to increased volume, Walker County, Georgia is considering combining animal control and animal shelter

Due to an increase in animal control calls and admissions to the Walker County Animal Shelter, the county commission is considering combining the animal control department with the shelter and adding new positions. “One of the challenges we have in Walker County with animal control is that our volume is increasing,” Chair Shannon Whitfield said at the county’s monthly meeting ...

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Cross Wellfleet’s Seven Magnificent Bridges

Cross a spooky bridge in Wellfleet We exit cautiously over what might be the rockiest bridge on Cape Cod, in an attempt to cross the Herring River at Wellfleet. Eric Williams, Cape Cod Times WELLFLEET – I was sleeping on my keyboard when the latest “Pants Today” newsletter hit my inbox. The first story came from across the pond, and ...

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New Humane Society of Waco Director Takes the Helm as Puppy Season Arrives | Local News

A lifelong love for Pomeranians led Kandi Hillyer to step away from her health care training and eventually into her new role as director of the Humane Society of Central Texas. She is the third person in four years to hold the title. Hillyer grew up in South Florida and worked for Concentra, a national healthcare chain, for 12 years. ...

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A new city animal shelter and fire station will open in Pearland in April

Two facility openings in April in Pearland will mean further digging for the city’s firefighters and homeless animal population. In the fall of 2020, the city council hired Durotech General Contractors to build a replacement fire station #4 and a new animal shelter, dubbed the Shari D. Coleman Animal Shelter & Adoption Center. The contractor took on both projects to ...

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Former prison building proposed as animal shelter | News, Sports, Jobs

News Photo by Julie Riddle A map of a proposed animal control facility in the old Alpena County Jail building appears Thursday. ALPENA – With secure bedrooms, carpet-free floors and a yard with no public access, the former Alpena County Jail building would be an ideal new home for the Alpena County Animal Control Shelter, said Michelle Reid, County Animal ...

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Businesses and individuals can help end pet homelessness

Despite Americans’ general affection for pets, the reality is that at any one time, nearly 48 million cats and dogs are without homes in the United States. homelessness. At the forefront of this enormous challenge is Dr. Ellen Jefferson, animal welfare advocate, longtime pet shelter veterinarian, and president and CEO of Texas animal shelter Austin Pets Alive. TriplePundit spoke with ...

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Animal Care Center Pet of the Week: Meet Clover

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St. Mary’s County Animal Resource and Adoption Center Director Named

LEONARDTOWN, MARYLAND – The commissioners appointed Theresa Marlowe, director of the new adoption and animal resource centre. Ms. Marlowe comes to the county from the City of New Carrollton Police Department with experience writing and implementing grant programs and successfully operated a kennel in Prince George’s County. Ms Marlowe will take up her duties on Monday 14 March 2022. Steve ...

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5 Dogs Seeking Forever Homes At Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary – How To Adopt

The sanctuary welcomes up to 500 animals each year and has found 27,000 animals in new homes since it opened more than 50 years ago. If you think you might be able to rehom one of them, head to the Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary website for details. You can also sponsor one of their animals or donate to the vital work ...

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TODAY (Video): PETA supporters cause ruckus over UMass monkeys’ menopause tests

For immediate release:March 8, 2022 Contact:Amanda Hays 202-483-7382 Palm Beach, Florida. – Earlier in the evening, four PETA supporters crushed a rally of University of Massachusetts – Amherst (UMass) alumni at the Four Seasons Resort in Palm Beach, Fla., where they confronted the president of the UMass, Marty Meehan, and interrupted his speech to expose the school’s horrific experiences with ...

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Residents continue to raise concerns about animal shelters

TEXARKANA, Ark. – A number of residents returned to City Hall on Monday to voice their concerns about conditions at the animal care and adoption center and offer solutions, including the passage of a mandatory sterilization law and sterilization. Animal care advocates again took turns speaking at the citizen outreach portion of the city’s regular bi-weekly board meeting, as they ...

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Woman breaks into animal control to get her dog back before it’s euthanized

Relaxing hazelnut. (Image courtesy of the Stewart family) OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – An Oklahoma City woman said she broke into the Oklahoma City Animal Welfare Building to retrieve her dog Hazel, who was hours away from being euthanized for being unsafe. Toya Stewart has been arrested and is now charged with breaking into the animal shelter after taking off with ...

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Nettle Meadow cheeses get top nods at Global Cheese Awards

LAKE OF LUZERNES — Nettle Meadow Farm & Cheese FactoryKunik cheese from . was named one of the top 20 cheeses in the world last week at the World Cheese Champion Contest, a biannual event held in Wisconsin with contestants and judges from around the world. After tasting nearly 3,000 cheeses in 120 categories, as well as other dairy products ...

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The rise of TikTok in animal abuse

Within seconds, a clip of a woman petting a cat to the beat of Queen’s classic Bohemian Rhapsody went from touching moment to apparent abuse. The individual, who The Sun chose not to name, aggressively slapped his cat across the face and body as the petrified animal bared its teeth and cowered in pain. 8 The individual aggressively slapped his ...

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Animal Adoptions, Roller Skates, and March Madness: Your March To-Do List for the Round Rock, Pflugerville, and Hutto Area

From improving your roller skating technique to meeting adoptable animals, there’s plenty to do in March and April in the Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto area. 8 March Learn about the history of the state of Texas Round Rock Preservation and the City’s Department of Planning and Development Services are partnering to offer a lunch and learning event on the ...

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Madras HC bans livestock grazing inside forests | Chennai News

CHENNAI: The Madras High Court has banned cattle grazing in forest areas in Tamil Nadu and ordered the state government to ban herders from grazing their cattle in forest areas. A divisional bench of Judge V Bharathidasan and Judge N Sathish Kumar passed the order on a PIL offered by G Thirumurugan of Ramanathapuram on Friday. According to the petitioner, ...

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Casper Animal Medical Center sees success in first months of water therapy

CASPER, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) – In October, an anonymous donor gave Casper Animal Medical Center a water-powered treadmill. Since then, many dogs have reaped the benefits of the therapy. “Lots of awesome success stories which is why I love doing this so much, but we’ve had a few dogs that have back issues and don’t use their hind legs ...

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Cat thrown out of vehicle window at JC Animal Shelter | WJHL

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (WJHL) – Workers at the Washington County, TN, animal shelter rescued a 3-year-old orange cat on Tuesday after a man and woman allegedly parked outside the building and threw her by the street. vehicle window. Man charged with animal torture after puppy’s paw was screwed to door frame Shelter manager Tammy Davis told News Channel 11 that ...

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Six rare Indian animals and where to find them

World Wildlife Day is celebrated on March 3 every year with the aim of raising awareness and educating people about the importance of flora and fauna on Earth. It is dedicated to raising awareness of wildlife conservation and ensuring a sustainable ecosystem. Wildlife conservation, after all, is integral to maintaining harmonious coexistence. READ ALSO : World Wildlife Day 2022: theme, ...

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Mountain. the governor comes under fire with a cougar

Republican Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte is once again drawing fire in some circles for a hunting trip, this time involving a perfectly legal outing that resulted in the death of a collared cougar outside Yellowstone National Park . Quoting in part from anonymous sources, The Washington Post first reported that Gianforte shot and killed the puma which was being guarded ...

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Mesa County Animal Services helps reduce neutering costs at local veterinarians

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KJCT) – Mesa County Animal Services is working with eleven participating local veterinarians to provide spaying and neutering vouchers to pet owners. This is thanks to a generous grant from the Animal Assistance Foundation and will reduce costs to $25 per animal. The only requirement is proof of current rabies vaccination. The program runs from March 1 ...

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Four dogs and a rooster seized in animal cruelty case in Nez Percé County, owners cited | Idaho

CULDESAC, ID – On Tuesday, February 22, 2022, Nez Perce County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to an address on George Grade after being alerted to an animal issue. According to NPCSO, upon arrival, deputies located 4 dogs and a rooster. MPs say when the animals were found they all appeared to be in very poor health, with no food and ...

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Delhi’s Asola Shrine will soon open a 4km ‘Peacock Trail’ for visitors | Latest Delhi News

Visitors to the Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary (ABWS) will soon be able to take part in a 4km ‘peacock trail’ that winds through an area of ​​the sanctuary, which has been rejuvenated with native species of trees and bushes and sees a fair amount of peacock activity. The trail is being developed by the Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS), in ...

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Enid man charged with beating puppies to death with hammer | Local News

ENID, Okla. – An Enid man has been arrested on six animal cruelty complaints after police say he beat six puppies to death with a hammer ‘to get them out of their misery’. On Saturday, officers from the Enid Police Department arrested Joshua Alexander Henry, 31. At approximately 3:30 p.m. Saturday, EPD officers responded to a residence in the 3100 ...

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