Animal Sanctuary

Kids Nature Retired Pumpkin Patch | Upcoming San Diego Events

The Children’s Nature Retreat, a 20-acre wildlife sanctuary in Alpine, is ready for the fall season with its own patch of pumpkins. From October 1 through Halloween, families can spend the day on the farm interacting with the animals and picking pumpkins in the pumpkin patch. The Retreat has been preparing all summer for its harvest of organic pumpkins. Families ...

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Firefighters visit dogs in Battersea

Battersea Dogs and Cats Home was treated to one of the cutest sites south of the Thames this week as firefighters from the London Fire Brigade (LFB) paid a friendly visit to the center’s dogs. Their presence came courtesy of the world famous wildlife sanctuary’s’ Wear Blue for Rescue ‘campaign, which encourages people across the UK to show their support ...

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Pablo Escobar’s hippos lead animal rights charge

VSORPORATIONS HAVE had enjoyed legal personality since the 19th century. Now, it seems, they have company. A dispute over the fate of hippos in Colombia resulted in an Ohio Federal Court ruling that, for the first time in U.S. law, recognizes animals as people. Listen to this story Your browser does not support the item . Enjoy more audio and ...

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Elephant sanctuary in Kenya tests goat’s milk as a healthier eating option

SAMBURU, Kenya, October 27 (Reuters) – An elephant orphanage in Kenya is testing goat’s milk as feed for its small herd as a potentially healthier and cheaper form of nutrition than human formula – a solution that calls also money in the pockets of the local community. The Reteti Elephant Sanctuary in Samburu County, in the semi-arid scrubland of northern ...

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Black Pine raises funds for tiger medical care | Albion New Era

ALBION – One of the tigers at Black Pine Animal Sanctuary is sick, and the Albion-based sanctuary is looking for help with medical bills to figure out what is wrong with him. Eragon, one of the Black Pine tigers, suffered “unexplained nosebleeds,” staff wrote on their Facebook page on Friday. The tiger has also lost muscle mass and it is ...

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Donna De Paola | Obituaries

Donna Ray De Paola May 17, 1940 – 22 October 2021 Donna Ray (Norris) De Paola, 81, died on Friday 22 October 2021 at her home in Effingham. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, October 27, 2021 at Bauer Funeral Home in Effingham with interment at Arborcrest Memorial Park. Visitations will be held from 12:00 ...

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Petaluma leads nationwide campaign to draw attention to the plight of senior dogs

For the third year in a row, Lily’s Legacy Senior Dog Sanctuary, a Petaluma-based nonprofit rescue organization dedicated to saving large breed senior dogs in California, will partner with senior dog rescue organizations across in the United States to present Saving Senior Dogs The Week. From October 25 to 31, the week-long national social media campaign, founded by Alice Mayn, ...

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Woman cares for more than 300 animals on her own at North Yorkshire Wildlife Sanctuary

LA owner of a North Yorkshire wildlife sanctuary is appealing for volunteers and donations after being left alone to care for more than 300 animals. Sharon Lawlor of Scarborough is the owner of Sheep Sanctuary in Whitby which takes care of unwanted farm animals or those with special needs. Read more: How to Prepare for Snow as Met Office Predicts ...

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Halloween is making a big comeback this year in the Attleboro area | Local News

Last year could have been described as the year without Halloween, so many events have been canceled due to the pandemic. This included the annual Norton Halloween Parade, which is making a comeback. “People are thrilled that this annual tradition has returned,” said Parks and Recreation Director Melanie Towle. “We have quite a few new bands participating in the parade ...

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Spike in demand is straining Stratford-area large animal rescue

Breadcrumb Links New Local News The founder of a large animal rescue near Stratford says her non-profit, volunteer-run sanctuary has reached physical, emotional and financial limits since demand for her service skyrocketed during the pandemic. Author of the article: Chris Montanini Release date : October 19, 2021 • 12 minutes ago • 3 minutes to read • Join the conversation ...

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