Month: March 2012

Black Dog (Cat) Syndrome

People have some funny ideas sometimes but this one has to beat all in my books.  Despite knowing that Black Dog (Cat) Syndrome does exist, it is still very hard to believe that silly superstitions or simply discrimination could mean the life and death of thousands of black dogs and

Fundraising Kicks Off for New Spay Neuter Clinic in Pasadena, TX

Fundraising kicked off last Monday to fund the construction of the new Spay/Neuter clinic at 913 Shaw St which will serve all people in Harris County. The fundraising event is scheduled to run 3-months and city officials hope increasing the spay/neuter options for pet owners will help curb overcrowding at

Online Business Offers Help to Animal Rescues and Shelters

Creates New Programs to Assist Animal Shelters and Rescues – Three Programs Make it Easier for Shelters to Gain Extra Support An online business that offers custom, removable stickers is offering a variety of programs to animal shelters and rescues to help them raise funds to rescue more animals.

Memphis Animal Shelter Worker Abuses Puppy with Catch Pole

You would think that the most important criteria for one applying for work at your local animal shelter would be “must like animals” followed by “must know how to properly handle animals”.  But apparently neither of these factors is considered all that important when hiring shelter workers to work, largely

Low Cost Subsidized Spay/Neuter Works!

Here’s the proof.  It’s not rocket science after all.  If we prevent the litters in the first place, we don’t have to inevitably kill the excess litters later in the year when we run out of safe homes for them.  Nathan Winograd can claim what he will but I’ve yet