Monthly Archives: September 2009

New Salem cat needs a home

A brown/gray tabby with white nose, feet and chest was found about two months ago in New Salem, and now needs a home. The people who found him wanted to keep him, but the female cats in the home don’t … Continue reading

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Phoenix dog track to run its last race

Phoenix Greyhound Park in Arizona will run its last race Dec. 19. This follows last week’s news that Valley Park in Texas has also suspended its schedule through 2010. Read the Arizona Republic story on the dog track closing

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HSUS should cut ties with Vick

Michael Vick told a small crowd Tuesday at Covenant Baptist Church in Washington, D.C., that dogfighting is pointless and he doesn’t know why he risked his career for it. Some quotes from Vick’s speech, taken from an Associated Press story: … Continue reading

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LOST: Male sharpei

TATER HAS BEEN FOUND! A male sharpei named Tater was lost near Ore Valley Elementary School in York Township. He was wearing a blue collar. If seen, e-mail k870pilot@yahoo.com.

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LOST: Tabby cat in Glen Rock

A male tabby cat with a striped tail was lost in the Hanover Street/Cottage Avenue area of Glen Rock, PA. His name is Newbie. He’s very active and friendly, and was wearing a bright-green collar with a bell when last … Continue reading

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Elsie is a low-maintenance cat

Elsie, a dilute calico cat, is looking for a home. She’s sweet, petite, approximately 5 years old and declawed. Elsie loves people and is low-maintenance and low-energy. She’ll play if you want to, but is not demanding. She doesn’t seem … Continue reading

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Farm Sanctuary director speaks on kapparot

Dr. Allan Kornberg, executive director for Farm Sanctuary, has issued the following statement regarding the sacrificial slaughter of chickens during the Jewish ritual of kapparot: “Sadly, some members of the Jewish faith who observe the kapparot ritual still commit animal … Continue reading

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Watch ‘Rescue Ink Unleashed’

Rescue Ink is a rescue group with a whole different look. It’s group of tattooed, motorcycle-riding tough guys who fight animal cruelty, educate abusers and help to resolve situations other rescue groups might not be able to handle. Some of … Continue reading

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And then there were none

Sweet little Henry died last night (Monday) at about 10 p.m. I’m going to miss him most of all. He had been getting weaker and thinner, and when he tried to walk he would take a few steps and then … Continue reading

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Healing Henry

Henry had some more fleas on him this morning, so I washed him with Dawn dishwashing liquid again. He doesn’t like the baths, but seems to feel better once he’s dried off. He didn’t eat very much this morning, but … Continue reading

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