LOS ANGELES - The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has started rolling out one of its most ambitious projects to date, a $25 million push to save tens of thousands of dogs and cats that would be killed in shelters or on the streets of Los Angeles County.
Recently, several locals shared their thoughts on animal control issues on the Peninsula with us, advocating for some sort of effort to address a spreading problem.
There are several reasons why a pet owner may opt to spay or neuter their dog or cat, yet a lot of myths and misconceptions exist around the idea of pet surgical sterilization.
Breakfast served to honor mom Service board to meet Aurora Gas official to speak at Alliance meeting Chamber to meet for lunch Monitoring program topic of lunch Borough mayor to talk about reapportionment Public meeting on gasline project set for Thursday SPCA van to visit Nikiski 4-H tree sale slated Cities prepare for cleanup day KCHS choir reunion planned for June Brain walk planned for June 9 Chamber to present July 4th activities
Everyone thinks good friends are hard to come by, but that's not always the case. Animal shelters everywhere are full of a wide variety of "best friends" eager animals breathlessly waiting to be welcomed into a loving home.
NEW YORK (AP) Kittens and puppies at the pet store or local pound may tug at your heartstrings, but new pet owners soon find that animal companions can also tug at their pursestrings. The online edition of Peninsula Clarion newspaper in Kenai, Alaska
Longtime Kenai resident Gloria J. Ely died Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2007 at Central Peninsula Hospital in Soldotna. She was 72.
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