Page 109 of 109 FirstFirst ... 95999107108109
Results 1,621 to 1,630 of 1630

Thread: to catlovers

   
  1. #1621
    Points: 23,922, Level: 94
    Level completed: 58%, Points required for next Level: 428
    Overall activity: 19.0%
    Achievements:
    Three FriendsTagger Second Class10000 Experience PointsCreated Blog entryVeteran
    MIST's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Sweden
    Posts
    4,604
    Points
    23,922
    Level
    94
    Blog Entries
    1
    Thanks
    7,559
    Thanked 3,632 Times in 1,742 Posts

    Default Re: to catlovers

    "How much did I really know about life on earth? What responsibility did I feel for creatures outside my little space?
    How could I lead my life so that every cell of living matter was also benefited?" Michael Jackson
    "Love no violence ever, remember a beautiful future promise of tomorrow "MJ


    stop the killing of pets. Save lifes,spay and neuter your pets
    Adopt from an animalshelter
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=seEpf5L8x0M

  2. #1622
    Points: 23,922, Level: 94
    Level completed: 58%, Points required for next Level: 428
    Overall activity: 19.0%
    Achievements:
    Three FriendsTagger Second Class10000 Experience PointsCreated Blog entryVeteran
    MIST's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Sweden
    Posts
    4,604
    Points
    23,922
    Level
    94
    Blog Entries
    1
    Thanks
    7,559
    Thanked 3,632 Times in 1,742 Posts

    Default Re: to catlovers

    5-Month-Old Tiger Being Sold Online Recovering at Gladys Porter Zoo

    BROWNSVILLE – A Texas Parks and Wildlife Department game warden said his office alongside the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office acted quickly to ensure the safety of a tiger being sold online.

    Robin Zayas is a passionate member of The Animal Advocates of Edinburg. One of the group's major tasks is alerting Facebook and Craigslist of illegal animal sales on their websites.

    She said the group red flags approximately 100 prohibited sales a day. On Tuesday, she found an exotic animal for sale on one of Facebook’s online pulga page.

    "It raised a lot of red flags with us. It was a tiger, a five-month-old tiger," Zayas said.

    She explained she contacted the man selling the tiger. He claimed to have all of the correct paperwork to own a tiger, but Zayas knew something wasn't right so she began making calls to multiple agencies in the county.

    "We started receiving phone calls and a bunch of stuff through social media, and we were advised that there was a tiger in someone's possession in the Edinburg area," Texas Parks and Wildlife Cpt. James Dunks told CHANNEL 5 NEWS.

    Dunks said his office immediately opened an investigation.

    We learned that Hidalgo County has an order in accordance with the Texas Health and Safety Code 822 prohibiting wild animals. As a result, TPWD seized the tiger and transported it to the Gladys Porter Zoo in Brownsville.

    "Right now, they are holding the tiger for safe keeping, for the tiger's own good and the community's public safety," Dunks said.

    He explained the tiger will remain at the zoo until the investigation is complete.

    Dr. Thomas Demaar is the veterinarian at the zoo and is currently in charge of the tiger’s well-being. He said this isn't the first time the zoo has taken in a tiger that was confiscated from the public.

    "In the last 10 years, this will be our 11th tiger that we have accepted in an official capacity," Demaar explained.

    He said the tiger is currently recovering from its trip. He added while the tiger may look cute at its young age, it will one day grow to about 500 pounds and develop deadly instincts.

    Zayas said she is relieved that the tiger found a safe home.

    CHANNEL 5 NEWS reached out to the owner of the tiger. He declined an on-camera interview.

    Count on us to continue tracking the TPWD investigation.
    http://www.krgv.com/story/37062836/5...dys-porter-zoo
    "How much did I really know about life on earth? What responsibility did I feel for creatures outside my little space?
    How could I lead my life so that every cell of living matter was also benefited?" Michael Jackson
    "Love no violence ever, remember a beautiful future promise of tomorrow "MJ


    stop the killing of pets. Save lifes,spay and neuter your pets
    Adopt from an animalshelter
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=seEpf5L8x0M

  3. #1623
    Points: 23,922, Level: 94
    Level completed: 58%, Points required for next Level: 428
    Overall activity: 19.0%
    Achievements:
    Three FriendsTagger Second Class10000 Experience PointsCreated Blog entryVeteran
    MIST's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Sweden
    Posts
    4,604
    Points
    23,922
    Level
    94
    Blog Entries
    1
    Thanks
    7,559
    Thanked 3,632 Times in 1,742 Posts

    Default Re: to catlovers

    "How much did I really know about life on earth? What responsibility did I feel for creatures outside my little space?
    How could I lead my life so that every cell of living matter was also benefited?" Michael Jackson
    "Love no violence ever, remember a beautiful future promise of tomorrow "MJ


    stop the killing of pets. Save lifes,spay and neuter your pets
    Adopt from an animalshelter
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=seEpf5L8x0M

  4. #1624
    Points: 23,922, Level: 94
    Level completed: 58%, Points required for next Level: 428
    Overall activity: 19.0%
    Achievements:
    Three FriendsTagger Second Class10000 Experience PointsCreated Blog entryVeteran
    MIST's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Sweden
    Posts
    4,604
    Points
    23,922
    Level
    94
    Blog Entries
    1
    Thanks
    7,559
    Thanked 3,632 Times in 1,742 Posts

    Default Re: to catlovers

    "How much did I really know about life on earth? What responsibility did I feel for creatures outside my little space?
    How could I lead my life so that every cell of living matter was also benefited?" Michael Jackson
    "Love no violence ever, remember a beautiful future promise of tomorrow "MJ


    stop the killing of pets. Save lifes,spay and neuter your pets
    Adopt from an animalshelter
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=seEpf5L8x0M

  5. #1625
    Points: 23,922, Level: 94
    Level completed: 58%, Points required for next Level: 428
    Overall activity: 19.0%
    Achievements:
    Three FriendsTagger Second Class10000 Experience PointsCreated Blog entryVeteran
    MIST's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Sweden
    Posts
    4,604
    Points
    23,922
    Level
    94
    Blog Entries
    1
    Thanks
    7,559
    Thanked 3,632 Times in 1,742 Posts

    Default Re: to catlovers

    "How much did I really know about life on earth? What responsibility did I feel for creatures outside my little space?
    How could I lead my life so that every cell of living matter was also benefited?" Michael Jackson
    "Love no violence ever, remember a beautiful future promise of tomorrow "MJ


    stop the killing of pets. Save lifes,spay and neuter your pets
    Adopt from an animalshelter
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=seEpf5L8x0M

  6. #1626
    Points: 23,922, Level: 94
    Level completed: 58%, Points required for next Level: 428
    Overall activity: 19.0%
    Achievements:
    Three FriendsTagger Second Class10000 Experience PointsCreated Blog entryVeteran
    MIST's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Sweden
    Posts
    4,604
    Points
    23,922
    Level
    94
    Blog Entries
    1
    Thanks
    7,559
    Thanked 3,632 Times in 1,742 Posts

    Default Re: to catlovers


    Grandpa Mason doesn´t have any milk but these kittens need to suck on something.
    "How much did I really know about life on earth? What responsibility did I feel for creatures outside my little space?
    How could I lead my life so that every cell of living matter was also benefited?" Michael Jackson
    "Love no violence ever, remember a beautiful future promise of tomorrow "MJ


    stop the killing of pets. Save lifes,spay and neuter your pets
    Adopt from an animalshelter
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=seEpf5L8x0M

  7. #1627
    Points: 23,922, Level: 94
    Level completed: 58%, Points required for next Level: 428
    Overall activity: 19.0%
    Achievements:
    Three FriendsTagger Second Class10000 Experience PointsCreated Blog entryVeteran
    MIST's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Sweden
    Posts
    4,604
    Points
    23,922
    Level
    94
    Blog Entries
    1
    Thanks
    7,559
    Thanked 3,632 Times in 1,742 Posts

    Default Re: to catlovers

    Born free-roaming
    Return-to-field programs reassess ‘the right thing’ for community cats

    At Miami-Dade County Animal Services in 2010, staffers had so little room to spare and so few program alternatives that they euthanized 11,454 cats that year, many directly in their traps or carriers, without ever checking if they were feral or friendly. The sole public shelter in the most populous county in Florida simply received far, far more cats than it could hold—and it still does.

    Yet Miami-Dade’s live-release rate soared from 43 percent in 2010 to 90 percent in 2015. The solution was relatively simple: Along with new nonprofit partnerships and community outreach efforts, the shelter simply stopped accepting and euthanizing stray cats in July 2012. Staff veterinarians vaccinate, sterilize and distinguish healthy community cats—snipping off the tip of an ear and tattooing a small mark during surgery—and the trapper or a volunteer puts them back where they were found.

    The program was originally implemented on a case-by-case basis. Anyone attempting to surrender a stray cat or complaining of a “nuisance” cat was offered an alternative to euthanasia: Certify that he was found outside and provide the location, and the shelter would vet him and give him back.

    “Between 30 to 40 percent of the people did not want the cat euthanized. … They wanted the cat back,” says director Alex Muñoz. At the time, the shelter didn’t have the spay/neuter capacity to sterilize all the community cats it received, but by offering this option, Muñoz says, staffers were able “to feel our way—to see what it was going to take.”

    With the backing of the mayor and the Board of County Commissioners, who approved a significant increase in Animal Services funding that helped fund both community outreach efforts and a new facility, the program is now county policy. In five years, and with additional support from Florida Animal Friends and ASPCA grants, Muñoz has added five full-time staff veterinarians, partnerships with over 30 private vets who provide spay/neuter services for a $10 to $20 co-pay, six drivers to assist with the trapping and returning of cats and a program coordinator. The county fixes community cats for free and loans out traps in return for a refundable deposit, so in addition to staffers’ own trapping efforts in response to complaints, the shelter and its partners receive and return strays from the general public, as well as hundreds of strays a year from cat advocates involved in grassroots sterilization efforts, says Muñoz.

    Miami-Dade County calls the program trap-treat-and-return or trap-neuter-give back, and as the name suggests, it’s similar to trap-neuter-return (TNR), an approach that specifically targets and humanely reduces community cat colonies. A 2015 study published in Wildlife Research suggests that, outside of island colonies, euthanizing outdoor cats is not an effective approach to reducing community cat colonies. Colony numbers stabilize, and sometimes even increase, within 12 months as other cats fill the void—meaning Miami-Dade’s previous approach was not addressing and may have been exacerbating the overpopulation problem.

    In regions where friendly cats and kittens have high adoption chances, many TNR programs focus on feral cats. In Miami-Dade, however, staffers treat and return almost all healthy cats brought to the shelter in a trap, allowing them to limit cat admission to shelter capacity. The approach doesn’t add more cats to the community; it simply returns existing community cats—vetted, better-behaved and sterile—to their outdoor homes. Since 2010, staffers have adopted out roughly 9,000, mostly owner-surrendered, cats a year, but now they also return around 10,000 free-roaming cats a year back into the community.

    More commonly known as return-to-field, the program is equal-opportunity TNR. And at Miami-Dade County Animal Services in 2017, return-to-field prevents the euthanasia of 27 cats a day.

    One size fits (almost) all
    In an ideal world, shelters provide a safe spot for lost pets until their owners can retrieve them. But research and experience have led many to question if this model actually serves the best interests of cats, whether they’re lost escapees, owned pets allowed to roam the neighborhood, loosely owned strays or part of a feral colony. The ASPCA estimates that the national return-to-owner rate for cats in shelters is less than 5 percent. And a 2006 study published in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association found that cats and owners are 13 times more likely to be reunited by nonshelter means, like “lost pet” signs in the surrounding neighborhood, and that 60 percent of roaming cats return home on their own.

    “People wait a lot longer to look for their cats, because they’re used to their cats kind of wandering off for a while,” says Julie Levy, professor of shelter medicine at the University of Florida’s College of Veterinary Medicine and medical director at Operation Catnip, which operates community cat spay/neuter clinics in Gainesville, Florida. “Many times, it’s too late when they finally go look at a shelter.

    “We’ve [also] spent decades training the public to think of the shelter as the first resort for dealing with a concern about animals, so whether that’s … an animal that’s a nuisance, or an animal that you see in the neighborhood, we’ve very much [ingrained] the concept of taking that animal to an animal shelter,” says Levy. “That’s disconnected from the reality that many animal shelters are underfunded, overcrowded and often a place where healthy and treatable animals either suffer a stressful incarceration or even lose their lives because the shelters are so overextended.”

    When the alternative is euthanasia, any cat found outside in “thriving” condition—indicating he has one or several caretakers, or is simply a free-roaming owned cat—can and should be returned to where he was found, she says, with a few exceptions that may differ from shelter to shelter and from cat to cat.

    “Everybody who’s doing this is trying to help shelters do a better job, but not at the price of the welfare of the cats involved,” she says. “It’s very important for shelters to do a self-analysis of what they can offer cats to make sure that when cats are admitted to the shelter, it’s not to a place of greater harm. … We need to keep finding ways to serve those special populations like small kittens or older cats or debilitated cats better than return-to-field. Sometimes the shelter is a better place for those cats, and sometimes it’s not.”

    So at shelters where cats are at high risk of contracting a disease or being euthanized, staffers might develop a return-to-field program that includes friendly cats and older kittens brought in as strays, but shelters that have more space, foster care partnerships or adoption opportunities might exclude friendly cats and kittens from the program. At Miami-Dade, staffers take both approaches: They’ll return unowned, friendly cats if the shelter is overcrowded, but keep the cats when they have the space.

    Before Jacksonville, Florida, embraced a large-scale return-to-field program in 2008, the city’s live-release rate for cats was just 10 percent. Feral cats were leaving alive in traps as part of a TNR program, but friendly cats were being euthanized because there were so few adoption options. “Staff actually started putting their favorite friendly cats in traps on the loading dock to be transferred to the TNR program,” says Levy. “And so that irony of ‘God help you if you purr’ was very blatant.”

    Pussyfooting around
    Originally, Miami-Dade didn’t call its program anything, “because TNR could be a controversial issue,” explains Muñoz. Return-to-field was simply a quiet alternative offered to community members bringing in outdoor cats. By adding the new option without fanfare, the shelter was able to assess its impact with minimal interference or controversy before making a more public case for return-to-field—and before actively trapping cats for the program, as well, instead of only passively returning cats brought to the shelter.

    “It’s always helpful to start with a pilot program, rather than committing to a full-scale, permanent policy change,” says Levy, suggesting a six-month trial focused in an area that generates a lot of community cat complaints. “Getting a few people on board to kick it off is a way to get some experience with it without causing too much fear about bad outcomes. And my experience is once people start doing it, they get addicted to it, and they love it, and those fears that they have just don’t materialize.”

    In some cities, return-to-field and TNR programs are hindered by abandonment laws or stray hold requirements—requirements that assume animals are lost pets with the unintentional side effect of requiring shelters to hold unowned cats for a period of time, waiting for a nonexistent owner. In Miami-Dade County, the abandonment law is specific—releasing cats in a new location is considered abandonment and against county law, but returning cats to their original location is not.

    However, abandonment laws and stray hold requirements are often unspecific or nonexistent, meaning cat advocates may be on more solid legal ground than they realize and can work with policymakers to exclude community cats from the laws; in tougher cases, some shelters outsource returning the cats to local rescues or volunteers to avoid directly flouting the law.

    Other shelters might struggle with community members who consider cat colonies unpleasant or those concerned about the detrimental effects of cats on birds and wildlife. The latter concern is one shared by The HSUS, according to Bernard Unti, senior policy adviser. “Cat predation upon birds and wildlife is a serious matter to us,” he says. “That’s why we’re aggressive in promoting spaying and neutering of all cats and unequivocal in educating the public about the necessity of keeping pet cats indoors. We can minimize the impacts through intelligent management and long-term community education approaches.”

    It can also be useful to remind people that, paradoxically, euthanizing outdoor cats doesn’t reduce the number of outdoor cats over time, but sterilization does—and return-to-field only returns already existing outdoor cats, minus annoying urine marking and breeding behaviors. “It’s really the same population of cats, and they’re being brought here from the field,” says Muñoz. “The overwhelming difference is that they’re just not being euthanized.”

    “It’s important to remember that return-to-field programs have specific goals: To reduce euthanasia and free up overburdened shelters,” says Katie Lisnik, HSUS director of cat protection and policy. “Return-to-field programs can free up resources that are better spent on targeted TNR programs, which not only prevent euthanasia, but help reduce unowned cat populations in the community, leading to less wildlife predation and fewer public health and cat welfare risks.”

    At Jacksonville Animal Care & Protective Services, where the city started returning all trapped cats to the field in 2008, former director Scott Trebatoski found success by compromising with birders, providing cat netting and banning feeding around protected areas. The city also doesn’t rule out relocating the largest “nuisance” colonies into smaller colonies. “Don’t let those large colonies make the public not want [return-to-field],” Trebatoski advised in a 2015 Maddie’s Institute webcast, adding that once return-to-field is implemented, “the number of nuisance calls also falls dramatically,” which saves the city money long-term and allows animal control officers to focus on larger issues.

    Complaints usually happen where there’s a homeowner’s association, says Muñoz, and sometimes community members will take matters into their own hands—luckily, “there’s always a cat advocate around.” “What we’ve done repeatedly is we go in, we offer our services and in every case we’ve ended up doing TNR as opposed to having the cats [euthanized],” he says. Miami-Dade sometimes has a cat advocate serve as an intermediary in that community moving forward. “We’ve found that residents in the community tend to accept this change readily when it’s explained to them,” says Levy.

    In the beginning, a minority of staffers had safety concerns about handling potentially feral cats, says Muñoz. “It’s a lot more work and skills to save [cats] than to euthanize them, [but] nobody signs up to work at the animal shelter to euthanize animals. They’re definitely happier.”

    https://www.animalsheltering.org/mag...rce=FB20171229
    "How much did I really know about life on earth? What responsibility did I feel for creatures outside my little space?
    How could I lead my life so that every cell of living matter was also benefited?" Michael Jackson
    "Love no violence ever, remember a beautiful future promise of tomorrow "MJ


    stop the killing of pets. Save lifes,spay and neuter your pets
    Adopt from an animalshelter
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=seEpf5L8x0M

  8. #1628
    Points: 23,922, Level: 94
    Level completed: 58%, Points required for next Level: 428
    Overall activity: 19.0%
    Achievements:
    Three FriendsTagger Second Class10000 Experience PointsCreated Blog entryVeteran
    MIST's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Sweden
    Posts
    4,604
    Points
    23,922
    Level
    94
    Blog Entries
    1
    Thanks
    7,559
    Thanked 3,632 Times in 1,742 Posts

    Default Re: to catlovers

    "How much did I really know about life on earth? What responsibility did I feel for creatures outside my little space?
    How could I lead my life so that every cell of living matter was also benefited?" Michael Jackson
    "Love no violence ever, remember a beautiful future promise of tomorrow "MJ


    stop the killing of pets. Save lifes,spay and neuter your pets
    Adopt from an animalshelter
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=seEpf5L8x0M

  9. #1629
    Points: 23,922, Level: 94
    Level completed: 58%, Points required for next Level: 428
    Overall activity: 19.0%
    Achievements:
    Three FriendsTagger Second Class10000 Experience PointsCreated Blog entryVeteran
    MIST's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Sweden
    Posts
    4,604
    Points
    23,922
    Level
    94
    Blog Entries
    1
    Thanks
    7,559
    Thanked 3,632 Times in 1,742 Posts

    Default Re: to catlovers

    Celia Hammond Animal Trust
    9 tim ·
    UPDATE : (10th January 5.45 p.m). The latest update from the Sanctuary is that nine more cats have returned or have been located hiding during the afternoon. We still have twelve cats unaccounted for.

    There has been a terrifying incident yesterday afternoon at our Greenacres Sanctuary near Hastings.

    A pack of fox hounds ran into the Sanctuary and then split into two groups one chasing a fox and the other chasing a deer.

    Our Sanctuary is home to 130 resident cats, mainly feral and semi-feral who live in the house and grounds and roam freely on our land - 100 acres of woodland and fields.

    The hounds invaded at afternoon feeding time, there were dogs running everywhere, completely out of control, terrified cats were fleeing in all directions.

    Staff and volunteers who were present tried desperately to chase the dogs off and protect the animals.

    The Police were called to help the hunt round up the dogs - this took over an hour.

    Initially 60 cats were missing.

    Sanctuary staff and volunteers have mounted searches throughout the night. Much of the woodland is dense and very difficult to search. Heavy rain late last night brought many more very frightened cats back to their sleeping chalets last night.

    This morning there are still 21 cats missing.

    We will update you later as we have more information.

    UPDATE : (10th January 5.45 p.m). The latest update from the Sanctuary is that nine more cats have returned or have been located hiding during the afternoon. We still have twelve cats unaccounted for.
    I hope the missing cats will come back soon.I feel sorry for the fox and the deer the dogs were hunting too.
    I hope the dogs didn´t catch them.
    "How much did I really know about life on earth? What responsibility did I feel for creatures outside my little space?
    How could I lead my life so that every cell of living matter was also benefited?" Michael Jackson
    "Love no violence ever, remember a beautiful future promise of tomorrow "MJ


    stop the killing of pets. Save lifes,spay and neuter your pets
    Adopt from an animalshelter
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=seEpf5L8x0M

  10. #1630
    Points: 23,922, Level: 94
    Level completed: 58%, Points required for next Level: 428
    Overall activity: 19.0%
    Achievements:
    Three FriendsTagger Second Class10000 Experience PointsCreated Blog entryVeteran
    MIST's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Sweden
    Posts
    4,604
    Points
    23,922
    Level
    94
    Blog Entries
    1
    Thanks
    7,559
    Thanked 3,632 Times in 1,742 Posts

    Default Re: to catlovers

    Celia Hammond Animal Trust
    1 tim ·
    UPDATE 18th January: We would like to thank everyone who has supported us since the traumatic events of Tuesday 9th January when a pack of uncontrolled fox hounds in full cry got into our Sanctuary in pursuit of a fox and a deer forcing our resident cats who live in our grounds to flee for their lives. This has been the most unimaginably distressing event for our charity.

    Six cats are still missing. Three elderly brothers - The Doctor, Sam and Ted never wandered far and we fear that the worst has happened to them. Three others - Bagheera, Peter Pan and Nutmeg are younger, more robust cats so some small hope remains for these three but it is now nine days since they went missing and we are so worried for their safety. Our
    searches continue and missing cats posters have been distributed throughout the village. The loss of these cats is agonising. The Sanctuary staff and volunteers are distraught over what has happened to the cats that they knew, loved and have cared for on a daily basis.

    Your response to this tragedy - your sympathy, outrage, highlighting of what has occurred and demands for action have not gone unheard - your reaction has been immense. On our Facebook page alone this has generated over a million views. Sussex Police are now investigating and we will bring you updates as to their progress with this as and when we have news to share. We have also sought legal advice.

    We are extremely anxious to ensure that such an event will not ever happen again. Over the last 30 years our Sanctuary has provided a permanent home for our unhomeable cats - mainly elderly semi-ferals and domestic cats with a variety of temperament and health issues who have enjoyed the freedom of a peaceful life safe from harm.

    Many of you asked to donate to help the Sanctuary cats and we are really grateful to everyone who has supported our cats via a Just Giving page. We are reviewing our security arrangements. We have nearly 100 acres of land a mixture of woodland much of which is dense and pasture. The central part of the Sanctuary of several acres is already fully fenced but unfortunately there isn't much that will keep out a pack of hounds in full cry.
    We are receiving expert advice and estimates on how best the perimeter of the land can be protected.
    The Hunt have been informed in writing that they are forbidden to enter the Trust's land.

    The events of the last week have severely disrupted the usual cat rescue and homing work of the Sanctuary and we would like to apologise to those of you who have been waiting to hear from our Sanctuary team. Staff from around the charity have also assisted with the aftermath of this disaster and this has delayed some responses from our London Branches and Head Office to our usual homing and rescue enquiries. We are attempting to catch up with these enquiries as soon as possible.

    The investigations and enquiries will take some time, alongside these we must continue our usual rescue and rehoming work for which there is as always a huge need.

    We will keep you updated and knowing that you are all behind us is more helpful that you can know.
    "How much did I really know about life on earth? What responsibility did I feel for creatures outside my little space?
    How could I lead my life so that every cell of living matter was also benefited?" Michael Jackson
    "Love no violence ever, remember a beautiful future promise of tomorrow "MJ


    stop the killing of pets. Save lifes,spay and neuter your pets
    Adopt from an animalshelter
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=seEpf5L8x0M

Tags for this Thread

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •