Pompey animal control charged with animal cruelty, resigns town post – WSYR


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Pompey animal control charged with animal cruelty, resigns town post
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Tully (WSYR-TV) - The Town of Pompey animal control officer has resigned her position after being charged with animal cruelty Monday evening, according to the Town Supervisor. More than 200 dogs and 50 cats were found hoarded at her home in Tully, the ...
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Animal rescue groups call for funding to continue fighting for pets on death row – Herald Sun


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Animal rescue groups call for funding to continue fighting for pets on death row
Herald Sun
Ms Chapman said while Darebin's decision to make surrendered or unclaimed pets available to rescue groups saved hundreds of animals' lives, this was unsustainable without cash. “These not-for-profit animal rescue groups are working tirelessly to save ...

SPCA: More than 200 dogs hoarded at home of local animal control officer – WSYR


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SPCA: More than 200 dogs hoarded at home of local animal control officer
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Onondaga County Sheriff's Deputies assisted the SPCA investigators. Paul Morgan, the SPCA chief investigator and executive director, said charges of animal cruelty were filed against the homeowner. She is Susan Snavlin, who is the animal control ...

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Oil company donates funds for animal shelter – Midland Reporter-Telegram


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Oil company donates funds for animal shelter
Midland Reporter-Telegram
Mary Robbins attaches a city licenses to "Beacher's" collar after Dr. Annette Jensen injected a micro chip and vaccinated the Russian Blue cat for rabies, Thursday during the "Christmas Shot Clinic" at Midland Animal Shelter. Cindeka Nealy/Reporter- ...

Animal shelter draws criticism from state over euthanized dog – Gaston Gazette


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Animal shelter draws criticism from state over euthanized dog
Gaston Gazette
The dog, Acey, was not wearing a collar or tags when he escaped a backyard enclosure and was picked up as a stray in May. He was put down at the Gaston County Animal Shelter in Dallas within approximately 24 hours, despite the owner's efforts to ...