Animal Sanctuary

There is animal cruelty in Portage County, but victims have friends

Chalan Lowry remembers the pony which was in a “hideous” state after being rescued from a barn. Following:Mantua newlyweds use marriage to help donate over $ 5,000 to non-profit organizations “When I saw this pony a few years ago, all I could think of was how quickly can we end its suffering,” said the executive director of the Portage Animal ...

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debrigarh: Odisha: Two poachers detained with animal parts inside Debrigarh sanctuary | Bhubaneswar News

BHUBANEWAR: Hirakud Wildlife Division officials on Friday arrested two poachers in connection with illegal wildlife trade and seized the skin of an Asian monitor lizard and sambar antlers inside Debrigarh Sanctuary . Acting on a report, wildlife officials raided the village of Mundakati and found five Asian monitor lizard skins and a sambar antler weighing two kg and measuring 31 ...

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Newtown Wildlife Sanctuary named for Sandy Hook victim resumes educational programs

News 12 Staff Sep 17, 2021, 6:16 PM Updated: Sep 17, 2021, 6:18 PM The Catherine Violet Hubbard Wildlife Sanctuary in Newtown will once again offer regular educational programs. The sanctuary is named after one of the animal-loving Sandy Hook victims. “It was his passion, his commitment,” says his mother, Jenny Hubbard. Hubbard said the little girl would make a ...

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Chemainus Wildlife Sanctuary founder health issues force merger with Duncan facility – Vancouver Island Free Daily

Rescue And Sanctuary for Threatened Animals from Chemainus will merge with A Home For Hooves Farm Sanctuary in Duncan due to the ill health of the founder of RASTA. Lucie Cerny made the announcement on RASTA’s Facebook page. “I am deeply saddened to share that I have serious personal health issues that prevent me from continuing in the capacity that ...

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Pet Supplies Plus hosts Pets in the Park event in Tyler | KETK.com

TYLER, TX (KETK) – Pet Supplies Plus will be hosting a Animals in the Park Event in Tyler at Bergfeld Park on Saturday September 18. The event will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will benefit the pets of The Humane Society, a selectively-admitted wildlife sanctuary. Tyler Animal Shelter is giving away free microchips for the rest of ...

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Science is for birds. And the planet. | Culture

Click to enlarge I’m not a scientist or lab technician, yet I was here on a Sunday afternoon filling up test tubes in the lab at Nipper Wildlife Sanctuary. My interest in the natural environment runs deep, but rather than delving into the technical aspects of environmental science, I have generally sought the 19th century type contemplations of nature writers ...

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Hudson Valley Pets Awaiting Adoption: Aphrodite, Fopp, Yen and more

Looking to add to your family? Look no further than these Mid Hudson Valley animal shelters for a pet available for adoption. Shelters in the Mid Hudson Valley area have dogs, cats and other animals ready to wait for someone to bring them home. According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, more than 6 million ...

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Joint effort helps save 10-week-old Arizona kitten from pipe

item Rescue of kittens in Safford, Arizona. Photos of Cheryl Christensen SAFFORD, Arizona. – A 10 week old kitten was rescued from Safford Friday night it was a team effort of several hours to get the little kitten to safety. Cheryl Christensen with the Arizona Desert Cat Rescue & Sanctuary said the kitten had fallen into a broken pipe in ...

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Neglected shelter dog wonders why no one wants to bring her home

Allow us to introduce you this week Pet of the week of Vanderburgh Humanitarian Society. Hello, my name is Madelynn and I am 6 years old. They say I’m a Shar-lei / Retriever mix. For some reason at VHS I continue to be overlooked. I don’t know why as I am a great dog with a beautiful brindle coat and ...

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No end to the human-animal conflict in Wayanad

Discontent is brewing among farmers living on the edge of the forests of Wayanad over the government’s alleged apathy in carrying out effective projects to alleviate human-animal conflict. Attacks on crops and attacks from wildlife such as elephant, gaur, monkey and various species of deer have increased dramatically in the district, said TC Joseph, chair of the Wayanad Action Committee ...

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Roberta Moe | Davison Index

ROBERTA MOE, 67-year-old Flint, formerly of Southfield, passed away on Tuesday August 24, 2021 at Willowbrook Manor. In accordance with Roberta’s wishes, the cremation took place. Condolences can be shared on Roberta martinfuneralhome.com. Roberta was born in Detroit, Michigan on December 15, 1953, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence and Dorthy (Martin) Moe. Raised and educated in the Wayne ...

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Bembridge’s Ryde Academy Teacher Wins National Competition to Create New Tiger Toy

A teacher from Bembridge won a nationwide competition to create a new tiger toy for Sandown’s Wild Animal Sanctuary. This summer, the Sandown site partnered with Airtasker The UK will launch a nationwide search for a new lead toy maker for tigers Antonella, Natasha and Zoppa. There would have been fantastic locations from all over the world, but the standout ...

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Ghost of Tsushima: Iki Island All Wildlife Sanctuary locations

Jin may be ready to fight his way through many Mongols to save his home from invaders, even venturing to the new island of Iki in the expansion included in Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut, but he’s not a cold-blooded killer. He has a sensitive side that is manifested not only in his interactions with the other characters in the ...

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Governor Cuomo grants 6 commutations, 1 grace

ALBANY, NY (WETM) – In his last day in office Monday, Governor Andrew Cuomo commuted the sentences of four people, referred a case to the parole board and fully pardoned one person. Governor Cuomo’s resignation is expected to take effect at 11:59 p.m. on Monday. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul will be sworn in as governor Tuesday at 12:00 p.m. WATCH: ...

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Release an Eagle at the Refuge Site, Sacred to the Rappahannock Tribe, Special for Many Reasons | Local News

Support local journalism Your subscription makes our report possible. {{featured_button_text}} She spent two days looking for the two birds that came down with the nest after a tornado hit. Wobig, who is part of Tidewater Wildlife Rescue, said she easily found and retrieved an eagle on her first day of searching, on a dock of a tree on which the ...

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Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut: 10 Things to Do on Iki Island

Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut has so many new features in Iki Island that it’s hard to integrate them all in the first part. With a complete overhaul of the fan favorite title of 2020, old players can enjoy the new editions of the game as much as newbies enjoy the full spectacle. So what should you focus on when ...

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Arlette Bartlett | Republican-American

BRISTOL – Arlette (Carrington) Bartlett, 77, of Bristol, passed away peacefully on August 21, 2021 at Waterbury Hospital, surrounded by her loving family. Beloved wife of the late Robert A. Bartlett. Arlette was born February 13, 1944 in Waterbury, daughter of the late Arthur J. and Lynnette L. (Curtis) Carrington. Arlette worked as a snack bar and Spare Time Lounge ...

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Western Lehigh Chamber Donates $$$ to Haafsville Shrine | The great book of the valley

Tuesday August 17, 2021 – As a follow-up to the inaugural Paws at the Park event held in May 2021 at Grange Park in Upper Macungie Township, the Western Lehigh Chamber is delighted to share the amount of funds raised for our local beneficiary, The Sanctuary in Haafsville. Thanks to our community, we were able to donate $ 1,488 to ...

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Blue Dart helps plant over 1 lakh of saplings at Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary

The main logistics service provider, Blue Dart, has planted more than a lakh of trees at Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary near Jamshedpur in Jharkhand, in partnership with its tree planting partner, GrowTrees.com. The logistics company said the initiative was part of its drive to dramatically improve elephant habitats and offset more than 20 lakh kg of carbon per year at maturity. ...

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State Animal Shelters Seek Public Help As Influx Of Pets Overwhelms Facilities | New

State animal shelters have declared a “state of emergency” as a summer influx of abandoned pets and a lull in adoptions threaten to overwhelm the facilities. Almost all of the state’s shelters, including the largest, are in “critical overcapacity,” according to Abigail Appleton, project manager for No Kill South Carolina 2024. Kay Hyman, director of community engagement for the Charleston ...

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Dog shelters are packed as new adoptees choose puppies over older, bigger dogs

With everyone spending more time at home due to Covid-19, animal shelters around the island saw a slight increase in pet adoptions as people sought companionship. However, many choose to house a puppy or small breed of dog rather than adopting larger, more mature – and therefore calmer and less demanding dog breeds. The Association for Abandoned Animals (AAA) and ...

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‘Buck’ Stops With Punjab Government As Stray Dogs Hunt Endangered Antelopes

More than 50 blackbucks have been plagued by stray dogs at Abohar Wildlife Sanctuary in Punjab, located in 13 villages inhabited by the Bishnoi community, over the past three years. Like authorities fail to curb threat, Bishnese fear the open shrine will shrink in the near future, reports VIVEK GUPTA from Chandigarh —– A wildlife reserve is a reserved area ...

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Congolese company plans to send guinea pig to space

The only thing more unnecessary than sending billionaires into space is sending animals, but an upcoming space launch of Troposphere 6 Рa shuttle developed for the Congolese company D̩veloppement Tous Azimuts (DTA) Рwill attempt to go 120 miles into space with a guinea. pig named Galaxinaute on board. PETA urges DTA to join the human space race by ...

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COVID-19 vaccines, Trump taxes, hurricane season, Rihanna. This is the news of Wednesday.

Another wave of COVID-19 threatens to overwhelm U.S. hospitals as the delta variant tears communities apart. Forecasters have updated their forecast for the Atlantic hurricane season – and it could be very busy. And Donald Trump’s lawyers have tried to block Congress from his tax records. Hi all ! This is Laura, and here’s all the news you need to ...

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Increased number of pets abandoned by owners – Country Life

FEEDING TIME: Linda and Chloe Smith, of York, feed the rescued nanny goat and her two children at the Wetheriggs Animal Center, Greta Bridge The WETHERIGGS Animal Rescue and Conservation Center has seen an increase in the number of large animals that have been abandoned, especially goats.The latest to receive sanctuary is a Saanen goat and her two children who ...

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

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

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

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

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Wild bull spotted in Mastic-Shirley: Suffolk PD

MASTIC, NY – Sonia Dejesus and her fiance were in her truck and had just returned from a morning Joe at 7-Eleven on Tuesday morning, when they saw what appeared to be a bull stopped in front of the driveway of a Montgomery house Avenue in Mastic, and then he started coming towards them. But the animal left the dead ...

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Festus ordered chimpanzees seized in secret action; the judge demands proof that one of them is dead

FESTUS, Mo. – The Festus chimps we featured in previous Fox Files reports may soon be seized with the help of the US Marshals. FOX 2 was the only media in federal court over the unusual lawsuit against chimpanzee caregiver Tonia Haddix. “I don’t give up until there is no surrender,” Haddix said after the hearing. Haddix may be at ...

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Bobbing’s Happy Pants Ranch could face prosecution if noisy animals are not kept quiet

The boss of a sanctuary has been given an ultimatum: silence his animals within the next 90 days or face prosecution. Amey James, the founder of The Happy Pants Ranch in Bobbing, near Sittingbourne, has received official discount notices from Swale Council. Founder Amey James speaking after the warning written in April She first received a written warning in April ...

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Chris Packham: “People like me have a very deep sense of injustice” | Preservation

Ot over the years the BBC has sown and nurtured some unique presenter specimens. Chris Packham, after a decade of Springwatch, began to develop in this space in the minds of audiences once occupied by, say, John Noakes or Patrick Moore or John Peel. It’s direct and lyrical and you know for sure the camera is only listening to his ...

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Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab calls for visitors

Best Friends Animal Sanctuary encourages visitors to return after more than a year of coronavirus restrictions. The pandemic forced Best Friends, which operates a 3,000-acre sanctuary in Kane County, just west of Kanab, to cut back on the number of animals it could keep and cut back on the number of volunteers and Staff. To announce that operations are mostly ...

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Barnegat NJ’s abandoned gerbil rescued and almost ready for adoption

It was a hot Friday afternoon in Barnegat. Earlier in the day it had rained and the temperature had reached 90 degrees. A Popcorn Park Animal Refuge animal control officer was driving on Old Main Shore Road when she realized there was a cage in the middle of the street. She got out of the car to see what it ...

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Today’s Events for July 14 | Entertainment

FRIDAY The Aiken Master Gardeners will hold a Lunchbox Conference at noon Friday via Zoom. The speaker will be Clemson’s extension agent, Pam Thompson. The subject will be the biological control of pests in the vegetable garden. The conferences are free and open to the public, but registration is required. For more information or to register, visit aikenmastergardeners.org or the ...

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Children’s author encourages kids to celebrate their uniqueness in delicious new picture book

Making friends is such an exciting part of childhood. I really wanted to find a way to highlight how our individual differences can make our relationships with others more exciting and adventurous. VERNON, Texas (PRWEB) July 12, 2021 Children’s author Colby Becknell Hardison has published a lovely picture book that follows the charming story of Sammy Skunk and Rocky Racoon ...

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Pima County Shelters and Rescues Host Adoption Event This Weekend

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) – The Pima Animal Care Center is partnering with local shelters and rescues to host a county-wide adoption event on July 10-11. Each shelter will host activities at their sites that will include freebies, food, music and more. “We are thrilled to be a part of this event,” said Monica Dangler, director of animal services ...

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Cat adoption events hosted by a Washington, IA shelter with reduced fees

At the local animal shelter in Washington, Iowa, you might come across the orange and white colors of Crush or Tarot, the calico patterns of Rue and Brooks, or the tabby stripes of Delta, Adora or Mercury. But the PAWS & More animal shelter has welcomed far more – more than 129 cats and kittens – in the past eight ...

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Several female pet business owners share similar stories of trial and error and sexual harassment by Illinois Agriculture Inspector Jose Guillen

CHICAGO (CBS) –Illinois State Inspector Jose Guillen was caught on camera groping a dog day care owner in Bucktown, and he was fired after our report of the incidents was released last month. Since we broke the story, several other female business owners have filed similar complaints of sexual abuse during their inspections. READ MORE: Weather in Chicago: Showers forecast ...

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Long Beach resident creates platform to coordinate efforts of animal rights activists, activists and lovers • Long Beach Post News

“When it comes to animals, I’ve always had a real passion for their welfare,” said Gray. “I can’t stand that they don’t have a voice. And I see how many people love them. I wanted to create a platform and elevate the conversation in a way that could be heard. If we have a place for all of us – ...

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Tributes pour in for the environmental photographer who created Australia’s “pure gold” photo library

Environmental photographer Wayne Lawler has spent more than 12 years traveling the continent in a Land Rover and, most often, a helicopter. Key points: One of Australian Wildlife Conservancy’s longest-serving employees has died aged 65 Photographer Wayne Lawler created Australia’s first environmental photo library He traveled across the country, photographing the rarest and most endangered species He has gone from ...

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Today’s Events for July 8 | Entertainment

TODAY Music in the park will be held at 7 p.m. today at Maude Edenfield Park, 495 Brookside Ave., North Augusta. The Savannah River Winds Concert Band will perform. Those present should bring a chair or blanket. In the event of inclement weather, concerts will be held inside the North Augusta Community Center. The concert series is sponsored by the ...

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Pet taxi driver killed in crash while transporting dog to vet

KANSAS CITY – David Hosch has dedicated his life in recent years to animals. “As far as I’m concerned, every animal I transport becomes my animal,” Hosch wrote on his Sunflower Animal Transport website. “Even if it’s only for a short time.” Hosch, 39, started the pet taxi business in 2019 and has traveled across the country to save animals, ...

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Best Friends Animal Society CEO Focuses on No-Kill Movement

CEO Julie Castle has dedicated her life and skills to successfully campaigning for the “no-kill movement” for pets in American animal shelters. // Shay Baruffi Julie Castle, CEO of Best Friends Animal Society, along with key members of the Best Friends communications team met with news sources across the country to discuss her latest data report. Best Friends Animal Society ...

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UPDATE: Animal rights group claims Brookhaven residents did not follow wildcat return protocol

A feral cat that was spotted in a neighborhood in Brookhaven has been found, but Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF) officials said the lack of a protocol delayed the assessment of the illegally detained animal. Elizabeth Putsche, director of communications for the ALDF, said the Historic Brookhaven Neighborhood Association notified her community of the capture of the wildcat – a ...

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