Hooktown Donates $ 10,000 to CCA | News, Sports, Jobs

Times Observer Photo by Brian Ferry Terry Pearson of Hooktown Holidays presents a check for $ 10,000 to the Executive Director of the Children’s Advocacy Center, Melissa McLean, for the purchase of a service dog. When Terry Pearson of Hooktown Holidays visited the Warren County Children’s Advocacy Center in Warren, he was impressed. But he noticed that one thing was ...

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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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Southwest Wildlife Foundation moves to Enoch with plans for raptor rescue center – St George News

ENOCH – The Southwest Wildlife Foundation is moving from its long-standing headquarters in Cedar Canyon Park and will soon be relocating to Enoch. Martin Tyner of the Southwest Wildlife Foundation with a rescued rabbit at his home, Enoch, Utah June 18, 2021 | Photo by Jeff Richards, St. George News / Cedar City News Martin Tyner, who, along with his ...

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#BenderaPutih: Animal welfare shelter in Kampar urgently needs funds, so help yourself if you can | New

The pandemic has affected people from all walks of life. And with no end in sight, it has also taken its toll on non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that rely on public support to help those in need, including our animal friends. One of these NGOs is Persatuan Pencinta Haiwan Jalanan Kampar. The animal welfare organization has been taking care of our ...

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Many Kentucky and Indiana animal shelters at full capacity due to return of “pandemic pets”

Pandemic pets: Animals adopted during the pandemic to keep people company. However, as people return to work and life returns to semi-normal, local animal shelters say people are returning their pets at an alarming rate. The Animal Protection Association in Jeffersonville, Indiana, is nearing capacity with 35 cats. The no-kill shelter can no longer accommodate cats because too many people ...

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Fresno Chaffee Zoo unveils Ambassador Animal Complex

FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) – The Fresno Chaffee Zoo now has a new home for some of its most popular animals – with the unveiling of its Ambassador Animal Complex on Wednesday. “These animals were housed in one of our classrooms and everything was fine, but we really knew that as our program continued to develop and we wanted to improve ...

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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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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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