A couple weeks ago, Dallas Pets Alive! along with 10 local non-profit organizations and our corporate sponsor, CUDDLY, collaborated with a goal of distributing 30,000 pounds of pet food, supplies and other services to those in need. CUDDLY’s inaugural community event, Dallas Pets Are Family, brought together local organizations for a day of lifesaving impact. The event, held June 4th, not only met, but exceeded our goals, and plans are already underway for the next event – much to the relief and excitement of clients and community members.

  • 311 dogs and their families served
  • 202 cats and their families served
  • 354 vaccines and 91 microchips given
  • 100 spay/neuter vouchers given
  • 42,000 pounds of pet food distributed
  • $20,700 product donations
  • 788 items donated by the public
  • 59 generous donors plus 1 corporate giver
  • Participants from 11 organizations

I’m also proud to share that because of you, in just a few months,

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Retired support dog crushed, stabbed and burned proprietor would like the local community to be aware | Jefferson County

WATERTOWN — Iajah Hughes is making an attempt to make perception of why his border collie — a retired support pet that helped him and other folks cope with loss and stress — was a short while ago crushed, stabbed and maimed.

Eight-yr-previous border collie-pitbull mix, King, went lacking around Anne Road on Aug. 27. King was uncovered three times afterwards in a garage, with stab wounds, a fractured skull and tail that was severed.

Town police issued a news release this 7 days asking the general public for guidance in locating individuals dependable for the abuse of King. Like most people, Mr. Hughes has imagined about having issues into his own palms, but he’d rather make the local community conscious and be individual as law enforcement investigate.

Conference King now, he’s calm and appreciative of head pats and back again scratches. He appears a bit lethargic in his restoration,

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The misadventures of Sunshine, a community pig on the lam
Sunshine the pig

Illustration by Sam Island

Gregory Brown was a couple several hours into his change at a golf class in southwest Atlanta, fewer than five miles from downtown, when something unusual puttered down the highway, just outside the chain-backlink fence: a 150-pound, black-and-white pot-bellied pig. “We have deer and possums and even raccoons,” suggests the greenskeeper. “Never pigs.” Not right here, in any case.

It wasn’t difficult to coax her within the gate and away from passing autos, he claims. “Everywhere I went, the pig was guiding me. I was in a cart, and she was next me close to.” At one particular place, gamers paused to acquire in the sight of a pig on the fairway in close proximity to hole three, wherever she wandered a bit before settling in for a nap. (“They were thrilled to see her.”) In truth, the pig wasn’t a whole stranger: Brown had observed

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Hoopla MY & Cartoon Community Rejoice International Cat Day

Happy Meow Working day to all cat lovers out there! Celebrated just about every year on 8th August, the International Cat Working day is an celebration dedicated to increasing recognition about these gorgeous animals. Hype Malaysia is specially dedicating this area to show just how considerably Malaysians appreciate their feline mates, and Cartoon Network’s famed cats.

Rejoice with a slew of actions and unique programming as Cartoon Network will be absolutely transformed into Cat-Toon Network – house of Tom and his very best cat buddies Princess Unikitty, Sylvester, Gumball, Oggy and extra!

To start with off, make your feline popular by displaying us how a great deal he or she resembles the celebrity cats – and stand a possibility to wander away with a particular cat sack filled with a Tom/Sylvester beanie, Sylvester & Tweety totebag, cat costume, and a cat toy, really worth RM300 just about every. Additional about

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Bennington Pet dog Park, a ‘community treasure,’ opens | Community News

BENNINGTON — With thanks to those people responsible and the simultaneous cutting of a blue ribbon by a dozen or so pairs of scissors, the new Bennington Doggy Park at Willow Park was declared open up on Saturday.

The park is “our community treasure, and a single that we and our canine companions will love for years to come,” claimed Susan Armstrong, one of the project’s a few founders, in quick remarks prior to the ribbon-slicing. 

Development of the park was funded by way of $25,000 in personal donations. The town obtained bids on building the chain-connection fence, the project’s key price tag, and provided the area, a tree-shaded fifty percent-acre near Willow Park’s volleyball courts. The new park is seen from Park Street.

Armstrong, Judy Murphy and Nancy Boardman, a longtime 2nd Prospect Animal Centre board member who served develop the Manchester Dog Park 12 a long time back,

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