Animal Sanctuary

Obituary of Helen Bouchard (1935 – 2021) – Farmington, UT

Helen Teresa (Hoffman) Bouchard, 86, passed away peacefully on November 15, 2021 at the Avalon Care Center with her sister, Marie, by her side. Helen was born September 10, 1935 in Detroit, Michigan, to Francis Jerome Hoffman and Louise Marie (Salamone) Hoffman. In 1954, Helen married her lover, Harold Edward Bouchard, who was later divorced. Harold died soon after. Helen ...

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The increase in the number of abandoned animals continues

An Irish donkey sanctuary has launched a public appeal for support against what they have called a national donkey welfare crisis. The Donkey Sanctuary Ireland said the number of animals in need of rescue, rehousing and sanctuary care has reached “unmanageable and unsustainable levels”. The shrine has raised concerns over data from 2018 to 2020 which found reports from the ...

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FOP Boss For Mayor / Minnie Miñoso / Rattiest ‘Hoods / Monkey Rescue

Minnie miñoso put the “go go” in the 1959 Go-Go White Sox. And it’s time for the “Cuban Comet” to finally be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame when her name returns to the polls in December. “Minnie Miñoso was the Latino Jackie Robinson, hands down. …. What it meant to the legions of Latin American baseball players ...

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‘Phenomenal’ number of road fatalities in South Australia prompts drivers to slow down

A massive increase in road accidents this spring litter South Australia’s highways, with a wildlife rescuer who found 13 wombats and 10 kangaroos dead on a single Murraylands road. Key points: Spring typically sees an increase in the number of road fatalities as animals move more to seek mate Rains can often bring animals onto the road where they drink ...

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HC requests report on advocacy to declare slender loris habitats as sanctuary

Madurai Madurai High Court Madras Court on Tuesday ordered the state to submit a report on action taken on a public interest litigation petition that called on authorities to declare loris habitats slender (thevangu in Tamil) in the state a sanctuary or reserve to protect the species. A bench of division judges Pushpa Sathyanarayana and P. Velmurugan requested a response ...

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Single-use plastic banned in Jharkhand wildlife reserves

The state’s wildlife chief has issued an order stating that the restrictions will take effect “with immediate effect” Achintya Ganguly | Ranchi | Posted 08.11.21, 00:14 AM Those planning to visit a wildlife sanctuary or zoo in Jharkhand must refrain from using single-use plastic or face severe penalties, according to an order issued by the state’s chief wildlife custodian. November ...

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Circus couple abusing tigers miserably missed the animals

Judit and Juergen Nerger illegally left big cats in cramped, sterile crates and ditched six tigers at a roadside zoo in Sarasota, Florida, all after their circus performance business failed. They had previously kept tigers in Illinois, but by transporting the animals to Florida and failing to alert the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the couple evaded federal inspections ...

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Man runs three miles for 365 days to raise money for North Anston Wildlife Sanctuary

36-year-old Andrew Cooke runs at least three miles a day for a year, totaling 1,095 miles in 365 days after being inspired by a Youtuber, Hellah. “Good God” Sidibe who has been running every day for over four years. Andrew, who works in the maintenance of student accommodation, aims to increase £ 1,000 for Thornberry Wildlife Sanctuary, in North Anston, ...

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Critteraid Animal Food Drive at Penticton School Nov 6 – Penticton Western News

Tessie the Goat is just one of the happy animals that live at Critteraid Animal Sanctuary. (Photo of the critter) Critteraid Animal Food Drive at Penticton School November 6 Critteraid if they hope to fill 3 food trucks for their pigs, alpacas, cats and more Critteraid Animal Sanctuary will host Num Num November, hoping to fill three trucks with much-needed ...

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“The feast of the birds” returns in person

DALTON – People are invited to Indraloka Animal Sanctuary this year for the 9th annual ThanksLiving, which will be held on Saturday, November 6. This event was virtual last year due to the challenges of the pandemic. But this year, the public can attend in person. They will attend the Bird Festival, during which the chickens and turkeys of the ...

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