National Feral Cat Day Program Launch
Dear Friends of Animals...I am pleased to announce that the cat is out of the bag; For National Feral Cat Day we have announced the launch of an aggressive new program to help tackle the District’s feral cat overpopulation problem and to help improve the lives of the thousands of feral cats in the city...
Oct 25, 2006, 08:52
56 Cats Need Help
In November of last year, we obtained a search warrant and rescued 56 neglected cats from a single house. A classic animal hoarder case, these cats were being kept in a filthy home where the air-borne ammonia level was so high that the officials who measured it refused to enter the house...
Feb 5, 2006, 21:16
Animal Rescue Group `Noah's Wish' Appeals for Donations to Help Rescue Pets in the Aftermath of Katrina
Date : Wednesday, August 31, 2005
NEW YORK, Aug. 31, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Terri Crisp, Founder and Director of Noah's Wish, a not-for-profit organization that works exclusively to save animals after disasters, has set up rescue operations in Slidell, Louisiana. Crisp is being joined by more than 450 trained volunteers from across the nation to assist in the recovery efforts in the destruction caused by Hurricane Katrina. Volunteers include veterinarians, veterinary technicians and grief counselors.
Because most shelters do not allow pets, except for seeing-eye dogs and service animals, most pets are simply abandoned when families flee. Crisp estimates that over the next few weeks she and her team will rescue more than 1,000 pets.
"Noah's Wish exists to help people just as much as we help animals," says Crisp. "We will provide temporary shelter for pets whose owners have lost their homes and hopefully our teams will be able to reunite lost pets with their owners." ...
Sep 3, 2005, 23:27
Feral Cats - Society's Problem Children
Just think of a feral cat colony as being a gathering of homeless kids. These cats are our responsibility as a society, yet the solution to this issue must start at home.
Jul 14, 2005, 17:45
Protect Your Pets From The Pound
Pets are people, too. At least, that’s the way they should be treated by their owners. The sad reality, though, is that a lot people own pets when they’re really not ready to care properly for their little furry friends. Or they just don’t know how to love, clean, and treat a cat, dog, or other animal the right and humane way. What happens to these poor animals? Many end up in shelters, lost and unwanted—to the tune of 6 to 8 million every year according to the Humane Society. At least half of those end up being “put to sleep,” to put it nicely.
Jul 14, 2005, 12:42
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