With the blood of tens of thousands of animals on their hands, these two Lady Macbeths are probably incapable of stopping killing homeless pets on their own. So it’s time for animal protection organizations to speak up with a single, united voice against this unconscionable travesty.
And so Murray, the skinny senior with the goopy eyes and severed ear, came to be ours. He seemed most comfortable those first days exploring the Tech team’s quarters, often spotted nestled in the tangle of wire and cable under DogTimer Sui’s desk.
Daniel, the dog who survived the gas chamber at a county pound in Alabama has found his new forever home in New Jersey.
More than half of Americans say they have adopted a rescue animal at some point, and three in ten say their current pet came from a shelter, according to a new AP-Petside poll.
This paranoid view of the grassroots wasn’t coming from some Middle East dictatorship in response to the Arab Spring. It was coming from the ASPCA in response to successful local no-kill programs.
Family pets were among the first to lose their homes when the housing crisis struck, so it’s good to know that four-leggeds who are hanging out with their families at the ongoing Occupy Wall Street protest are getting free health care.
Count Azul would love a little taste of your neck. He and his fellow Counts, below, were some of my favorite rescued kitties looking for good homes one October, several years ago, when I was part of Best Friends Animal sanctuary.
On death row at Utah’s West Valley City animal “shelter,” Andrea the cat was put in the gas chamber, along with several other cats. When they took the dead cats out, Andrea was still alive.
A company that owns 74 shopping malls across the country has said it will ban the sale of pets in any stores on its properties.
It began in 1999 with 14 animal shelters in the San Diego area. Last year, 3,600 shelters and rescues in 17 countries took part, and more than 1,125,667 orphan pets were placed in good homes.