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Category: Cruelty

Monday, June 6, 2016

The Fight To Save Keaton’s Leg After Shocking Shooting

The Fight To Save Keaton's Leg After Shocking Shooting

When Keaton, a young Shepard mix, initially came into the shelter, he was unable to use his front limb. The shelter staff assumed he had been hit by a car, but shockingly x-rays revealed that Keaton had been shot and the bullet was still in his body. The bullet has shattered the bone and surgeons are now fighting to try and save his leg from amputation.

Monday, March 7, 2016

Cat’s Pride Partners With Katherine Heigl & The JDHF To Promote Animal Welfare

Cat's Pride® Partners with Katherine Heigl & The Jason Debus Heigl Foundation To Promote Animal Welfare

Cat’s Pride is partnering with actress Katherine Heigl and the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation to promote animal welfare. With the launch of their new, best performing lightweight cat litter, Fresh & Light Ultimate Care®, a portion of every sale of Fresh & Light Ultimate Care® cat litter will support our mission to end animal cruelty and suffering.

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

The Plight Of Cats

Update: Walter

Never have cats garnered more attention than in the age of social media. The hilarious antics of these cuddly fur balls are the subject of countless photos, videos and memes. But there is hidden dark side behind all of those adorable cats: they have owners who cared enough to chronicle them, while millions of cats do not.

Thursday, November 19, 2015

SEAACA Update: Pursuing Justice

SEAACA Update: Pursuing Justice

We continue to pursue justice on behalf of the male pit bull that died while in the care of SEAACA’s (SouthEast Area Animal Control Authority in Downey, CA). Find out the latest news including our rescue of two German Shepherds that were part of the abusive household.

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