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BROOKSVILLE - Florida budget cuts have taken their toll on Hernando County Animal Services. Politicians focused on saving money, have neglected to make allowances for the lives of hundreds of surrendered and lost pets that end up being euthanized
People who regard pets as children tend to have a city background, for example, while those in rural areas have a more practical attitude, said study author David Blouin, of Indiana University. "To think of pets as just another animal is not uncommon
She also said she liked playing with her toys best when her mom plays with her...Case's conversation with Baby wasn't overheard, and some doubt it even happened...Case is an animal communicator, what some call a pet psychic...On Saturday, she will
Post, about pets they adopted from rescue groups or shelters. Each story is different, but in every case these pets have become an important part of their adopted family. Patrick Davitt of Rochester, Minn., rescued two dogs that had been abused. "
Fashion fiascos notwithstanding, pet detectives really do exist and I recently chatted with a genuine gumshoe for an article I'm writing for a national cat magazine. Kathy Kat Albrecht, a former police officer turned pet detective gave me a ton of
The city's animal control shelter is bursting with seemingly unwanted pets, and some of the dogs are facing being euthanized. The facility with 11 dog runs off Coppermine Road had 22 dogs Saturday morning...They continue to press a message for dog
This week, the largest pet transport so far took place: 94 dogs to eight shelters in New Jersey. Some of them landed at St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center in Madison, New Jersey, and they are some of the Garden State's most popular new residents.
Rue Rue has a hopeful future, coming from the local animal shelter...Rue is a high-energy puppy who should do well in a family environment. More Adoption agencies: Animal Aid, 744-8280; ARF, 622-5962; Cat Adoption Center, 486-7727; Home At Last, 834-
Overflowing Louisiana Shelters Pets are Given Up for Adoption Due To Gulf Oil Spill Friday, August 13, 2010 When most people think of the animals affected by the Gulf oil spill, deceased sea turtles and oil covered pelicans typically come to mind.
Last week, 4-year-old Hope was an indoor only, lap cat for an elderly widow, the only home she'd ever known. Through no fault of her own, Hope, a well-mannered, Maine coon cat, was plucked away, given identification No. A3451883, and put in the