Latest Animal shelters Stories

2013-05-16 23:26:50

The accusations that PETA has euthanized massive amounts of animals, some of which were determined by veterinarians to be fit for adoption, have led to various organizations within the animal rights and welfare movement attacking each other´s reputation. Attorney Richard P. Console, Jr., explores the accusations and the difficulty animal lovers face in knowing which sources of information to trust in his latest article, “℠Humane´ Goals: Are Animal Rights and Welfare...

2013-05-10 23:27:23

Homeless pets receive a ℠Second Chance´ at a collaborative community adoption event in Lynnwood, WA, hosted by Northpointe Animal Hospital Lynwood, WA (PRWEB) May 10, 2013 On Sunday, May 19, 2013 from 11a.m. to 2p.m., Northpointe Animal Hospital is teaming up with Second Chance Rescue and over 12 other local shelters and rescue groups, including PAWS and Seattle Humane Society, to offer homeless pets a new leash on life at the 3rd Annual Wags & Whiskers event at the corner of...

2013-04-18 23:04:45

In support of her new novel LOVE SAVES THE DAY (Bantam, 2013), narrated primarily from the perspective of a rescue cat named Prudence, New York Times Bestselling author Gwen Cooper (http://www.gwencooper.com) is forgoing the usual author tour of bookstores. Instead, Cooper has selected 15 no-kill animal shelters, sanctuaries, and rescue groups across the country to participate in the LOVE SAVES THE DAY National Tour...

2013-03-28 23:04:24

Boston-based Organization Helps Families from Surrendering Dogs Due to Financial Hardship Duxbury, MA (PRWEB) March 28, 2013 Fairy DogParents, a nonprofit organization that helps prevent Massachusetts dog owners from surrendering their dogs to shelters due to financial hardship, today announced that it has saved and recently sponsored its 500th dog, Thalia, from being surrendered to a local animal shelter. Today the organization celebrates its fourth anniversary and is hoping to save...

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