Animal Sanctuary

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 – a shuttle developed for the Congolese company Développement Tous Azimuts (DTA) – will 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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