Hardin County Animal Shelter working with Louisville non-profit to stem influx of stray cats – WDRB


WDRB

Hardin County Animal Shelter working with Louisville non-profit to stem influx of stray cats
WDRB
The shelter in Elizabethtown has been inundated with cats for months, taking in about 2,000 of them a year. That eats up a good chunk of Hardin County Animal Care and Control Director Mike McNutt's $700,000 annual budget on food, shots and shelter.
Colbert County Animal Shelter closing for ten days – WAAYWAAY

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Local kids learn importance of pet care by adopting stuffed animals – WSLS 10


WSLS 10

Local kids learn importance of pet care by adopting stuffed animals
WSLS 10
ROANOKE, Va. – Kids in the community got to learn about the importance of pet care while also adopting their own stuffed pet. The kids were able to choose their own stuffed animal, decorate a carrying crate and personalize a collar for their furry friend.

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Pima Animal Care Center gears up for long-awaited complete facility opening – KGUN


KGUN

Pima Animal Care Center gears up for long-awaited complete facility opening
KGUN
Tucson, Ariz. – The Pima Animal Care Center will officially be opening phase two of their new facility on Saturday, June 23. The event will also mark the end of the tent in which they currently house a lot of their dogs. PACC started construction on

Camp uses yoga with kittens to teach youths animal care – Chicago Tribune


Chicago Tribune

Camp uses yoga with kittens to teach youths animal care
Chicago Tribune
What would make a kid's summer camp purrfect? Yoga with kittens, of course. On the heels of the recent yoga-with-goats trend, Pet Refuge volunteers thought they would try something similar, but with a much smaller, cuddlier twist as part of this year's

Pima Animal Care Center gears up for long-awaited complete facility opening – KGUN


KGUN

Pima Animal Care Center gears up for long-awaited complete facility opening
KGUN
Tucson, Ariz. – The Pima Animal Care Center will officially be opening phase two of their new facility on Saturday, June 23. The event will also mark the end of the tent in which they currently house a lot of their dogs. PACC started construction on