LAS VEGAS — At All About Cats cat hospital in Las Vegas, veterinarians place an emphasis on educating cat owners about the importance of enriching cats’ environments in order to prevent unwanted behaviors and unnecessary stress for cats. The veterinarians assist cat owners with providing essential elements in their home environments to ensure cats’ security, prevent boredom, and avoid undesirable behaviors.
All About Cats Cat Hospital Veterinarians Emphasize Environmental Enrichment
Anderson and a group of veterinarians from across the county have found a way to cut down on cat overpopulation in the area. On Sunday, the group hosted the Jackson Cat Project, a bi-annual event where staff from local animal shelters and clinics …
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Jackson Cat Project volunteers prevent overpopulation with free medical care – MLive.com
Charlie was a homeless dog who is homeless no more, and in fact, is alive today — all thanks to an amazing doggie makeover, which you can see in this heartwarming video, depicting Charlie’s inspiring transformation from scruffy stray, to sharp looking …
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Watch Homeless Dog Get Amazing Makeover – The Inquisitr
Gloria Kohl, director of Kohl’s Cat House, picks up feral cats and transports them to S/Nipped, a low cost spay and neuter clinic in Empire. The cats are then either adopted out if they are friendly or released back into the area. The clinic currently …
Not your average cat lady – Coos Bay World
This little guy can run with the big dogs. A tiny pooch was caught on camera chasing a would-be burglar out of his yard. The bumbling crook can be seen in the surveillance video, reportedly from South Africa, poking around the edge of a building until …
See it: Tiny guard dog scares off big, bad burglar – New York Daily News
AS WINTER’S CHILL blankets the Delaware riverfront, Teresa Reed and Tracey McKenna are losing time in a race that could mean life or death for dozens of abandoned cats in a colony at Pier 70 in South Philadelphia.
Since a promised donation of new materials to build shelters for the cats on the pier fell through in recent weeks, the women – two among a group of people who care for the 30-some cats there – are scrambling to track down enough makeshift kitty shelters to protect the felines from the elements.
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Women race to save South Philly cat colony from harsh winter