Monthly Archives: January 2007

Castaway Cockers Cocker Spaniel Rescue needs help

Gabrielle Julie Felicity Castaway Cockers Cocker Spaniel Rescue recently took in three dogs from a cruelty confiscation — Julie, Gabrielle and Felicity. The rescue is in desperate need of donations to help these dogs. Donations needed include cash to help … Continue reading

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Cats paroled from prison

Cats at the Southeast State Correctional Facility, a women’s prison, are being involuntarily paroled by the new superintendent of Vermont’s largest women’s prison, to the chagrin of inmates who feed them, pay for their care and cherish them. Superintendent Anita … Continue reading

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Lancaster County sportsmen’s club charged with cruelty to animals

From Farm Sanctuary: The Elstonville Sportsmen’s Association, 3133 Pinch Road, Manheim, PA, has been cited with eight counts of cruelty to animals as a result of charges filed Jan. 22 in District Court. Charges were filed by Officer Keith Mohler … Continue reading

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York County dog park discussed

More than 40 people attended a meeting Monday evening to learn more about the proposed 16-acre dog park at John C. Rudy County Park in East Manchester Township. It is expected to be built at the northern entrance to the … Continue reading

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Break-ins at York County SPCA

Within the last week, the York County SPCA has been burglarized on two separate occasions resulting in property and vehicle damage and minimal injury to one of the shelter’s pets. Both incidents are under investigation. Anyone with information about either … Continue reading

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Fat cat gets stuck in doggie door

After stealing food from a Gresham, Ore., garage, a very large tabby got stuck with his head and shoulders outside the doggie door, belly and tail inside. The homeowner helped dislodge the sweet, playful 22-pound cat, gave him a good … Continue reading

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EMPLOYMENT: Animalearn Intern

Animalearn, the educational division of The American Anti-Vivisection Society, at 801 Old York Road, Suite 204; Jenkintown, PA 19046 (www.animalea php), is looking for a college/university intern who wants to help with campaigns aimed at ending the harmful use … Continue reading

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Spay/neuter van needs facelift

The spay/neuter van recently purchased by the Central Pennsylvania Animal Alliance needs a face lift! The van needs to be painted; it still bears the logo of the previous owner. CPAA is seeking local businesses to donate the painting, graphics, … Continue reading

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Nominate America’s Best Dog Park

Nominate your favorite dog park at You can also e-mail it to Include the following information: Your name Phone number E-mail address The park’s name What city and state the park is in Is the park is fenced? … Continue reading

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What happens when you’re gone?

What would happen to your pets if you died or became incapacitated? Many people don’t have formal arrangements for their pets’ care, assuming they’ll outlive the pets or their friends and family will care for the pets. That’s why more … Continue reading

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