Monthly Archives: August 2021

Humane Society waives fees at NBCUniversal adoption event

The Humane Society of Sarasota County has joined NBCUniversal’s annual Local Clear the Shelters pet adoption campaign and will waive adoption fees for eligible dogs and cats until September 19. This is the seventh year in a row that NBC and Telemundo owned stations have presented their national pet adoption campaign in partnership with affiliate stations and shelters / rescues. ...

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WIP Passionate Animal Lover and Owner of Bellabon Animal Recovery Services Passes Away | Life

Muncy, PA – One of Lycoming County’s most passionate animal lovers has passed away. Bonnie J. Lynn Snyder, owner of the nonprofit Bellabon’s Pet Recovery Services, passed away early Wednesday, August 25. Snyder, from Muncy, had been battling cancer since March 2020. Her sister, Cindy Poust, informed her followers on her nonprofit organization’s Facebook page of her passing: “It is ...

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Dog hit, killed by school bus in Cape Coral, Florida

As Lori Berroa and her children watched in horror, a Lee County school bus ran over a dog, killing it on Monday. “It was completely preventable,” she said. Berroa, owner of Parker’s Rainbow Bridge, an animal shelter based in Cape Coral, accuses the Cape Coral police officer on leave of giving the driver the order to move. “I’m leading a ...

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How to celebrate popular dog names in Louisville

If you have a Charlie, a Bella, or a Bailey nestled in your lap or asleep at your feet, you certainly have a lucky dog. National Dog Day is August 26. and in honor of all pet parents and their furry babies, we’ve got your list of the top 10 dog names and breeds for 2021 and ways to celebrate ...

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Round of high winds create critical wildfire conditions

PLACERVILLE, Calif. – Crews were digging in and burning out fire lines amid another round of high winds that contributed to the fury of a Northern California wildfire. “We have a firefight ahead of us and the wind today is going to make it very challenging,” said Keith Wade, a spokesman with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, ...

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Suffolk County has deployed special search and rescue teams

COMMACK, NY – Henri’s downgrading to tropical storm status was good news, but County Director Steve Bellone said Suffolk officials were still concerned about the damage flooding and high winds can cause , so that urban search and rescue teams were deployed to help stranded residents. Bellone said officials are “very aware” of the fact that just over a year ...

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