Monthly Archives: July 2021

Indianapolis animal shelter waives adoption fees

Have you thought about adding a four legged friend to your family? There is no other moment than the present. Indianapolis Animal Care Services makes all adoptions free as they are out of space in their shelter on the south side, located at 2600 S. Harding St. “We’re almost out of space,” spokeswoman Brandi Pahl said. “We have too many ...

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Pa. Animal rescue saves lives of HIV-positive dogs

CHESTER SPRINGS, Pa. (WPVI) – “Of all the dogs I’ve had, I’ve never seen a sweeter, sweeter girl,” Andrea Deutsch said of her new furry friend, Ladybird. Although Ladybird looks like a typical dog, the two-year-old puppy has been diagnosed with heartworm disease. “Apparently she was in a hoarding situation in Virginia, and now she’s come here to Main Line ...

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Derbyshire Mountain Rescue Team set to record busiest year on record following increase in calls

While the Derby Mountain Rescue Team responding to incidents at Shirebrook, Bakewell, Wirksworth, Darley Dale, Cromford, Carsington, Winster, Youlgreave, Ripley, Heanor, Ilkeston and Belper, typically receive calls for around 60 incidents at during an average year – 2021 is expected to be much higher. So far, the team, which is called in to help walkers who have fallen or suffered ...

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What if you find a skunk in your yard?

The Humane Society’s Project Wildlife offers some advice to the public. SAN DIEGO – What to do if you find an injured wild animal? Should you help him or leave him? In this Zevely area, I visited the Humane Society’s Badhe Wildlife Center to get some answers. Project Wildlife is a program of the San Diego Humane Society. The program ...

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Predicted pet pandemic crisis mostly bypassed the Bay Area

Rescue groups feared there was a calculation when California entered a COVID lockdown and people sought companionship by adopting pets. Perhaps a day would come when people who were no longer locked in their homes might discover that adopting Fido might not have been the best decision. Here are grounds for cautious optimism: that day has not yet arrived. So ...

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Community collection

Gospel concert A free gospel concert, featuring The 4:12 Three, will take place at 6 p.m. on Sunday, July 25 at 4:12 Fellowship Church, located at 1950 Hwy 412 E. in Siloam Springs. Roy Chesney Poetry Competition The Siloam Springs Writers Guild is hosting their 2021 Roy Chesney Poetry Contest. The contest is open to anyone living within 10 miles ...

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Huge response from emergency services as men are pulled from the water at Crosby Beach

Men were pulled from the water at Crosby Beach after getting into trouble this evening. Emergency services rushed to the popular Merseyside location after the incident. Firefighters assisted the RNLI and Coast Guard as a search operation was launched around 7 p.m. The condition of the men is currently not known. Get the latest updates from all over Greater Manchester ...

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Second Chance Animal Services Fitchburg Vaccination Clinic A Success

FITCHBURG – Second Chance Animal Services came to Fitchburg recently to offer a low cost vaccine and microchip clinic to help Fitchburg pet owners take care of their pets. Thanks to the new online pre-registration process developed by Second Chance during the pandemic, local pet owners were able to register their pets in advance, eliminating long lines at previous clinics. ...

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