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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Make it Muscatine: it takes an animal rescue and resource village

MUSCATINE, Iowa – An animal lover her entire life, Meagan Koehler has always been dedicated to helping pets. Previously, Koehler served on the board of directors of PAWS & More Animal Shelter in Washington and as the fundraising director of a regional foster care rescue and saw firsthand how the family of hospitality helps animals find a home forever. Wanting ...

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“I Think You Need To Give Back:” Hartford Native Aims To Feed All Pets – NBC Connecticut

The pandemic has created enormous economic hardship for so many families, and that includes families with pets. But all the while, a Hartford native who has made animal welfare the vocation of her life has stepped up to make sure that no animal is left without food. For Sonya Harrison, her mission every day is simple: to make sure every ...

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Do slaughterhouses have to have glass walls? Campaign for greater agricultural transparency goes to the High Court

Australian animal rights group leads campaign for greater transparency in animal use industries streets at Supreme Court. Last week the Agricultural transparency project filed a complaint to challenge the Surveillance Devices Act 2007 (SDA), a New South Wales law that restricts the use of cameras and audio recorders in private premises. If the offer is successful, it will be the ...

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Wildlife rehabilitation centers take extra precautions against COVID-19 as animal research continues

RHINELANDER, Wisconsin (WSAW) – As many people begin to return to a more pre-pandemic normalcy, others must continue or even increase COVID-19 precautions. This is the case with wildlife rehabilitation centers, such as Wild Instincts in the Rhineland. The center welcomes injured or orphaned wild animals. He can handle any species that is legally permitted to be cared for in ...

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Idaho Shelter’s Innovative Program Helps Dogs Find Fur Pits

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT / KSVT) – A Blaine County animal shelter has an innovative program to help dogs find potential adopters, while doing much-needed exercises along the way. Mountain Humane on Croy Creek Road in Hailey is a no-kill animal shelter. “Right now we have about 105 dogs and cats,” said Kelsey Strahle, Mountain Humane volunteer coordinator. “We only ...

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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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Animal shelter desperately needs new homes

FARGO, ND (Valley News Live) – An influx of animals into Homeward Animal Shelter forces them to pile crates of cats and dogs on top of each other. “We are really desperate for foster homes.” said Heather Klefstad, Marketing Director of Homeward Animal Shelter. The shelter currently has 164 animals in its care, but can only accommodate less than half ...

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Temperature gets ultra low for animal health at Fossil Rim

It seems fitting that #WorldRefrigationDay is happening in the summer (June 26), and refrigeration and freezing is crucial for operations at Fossil Rim. The Animal Health Department uses a freezer set at -80 degrees Celsius or -112 Fahrenheit! Veterinary technician Allyssa Roberts said the freezer typically holds blood samples – whole blood, serum and plasma, as well as animal feces, ...

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