Day: April 19, 2022

House fire kills pets, RV fire victim named, more news

This was the scene the morning after a semitrailer ran off Highway 118 in Simi Valley Tuesday morning.

Here’s a roundup of recent incidents and announcements from Ventura County agencies: Family displaced, pets killed in house fire OXNARD — Two cats and a dog died after two consecutive fires broke out at the same Oxnard home, displacing a family of four early Tuesday, according to the Oxnard Fire Department. The first fire was reported at 9:44 p.m. Monday at

Robot pets take over senior home with companionship | News

HOLTVILLE — The euphonic sound of small barks and gentle purrs emanating from the lobby of a Sonrisa Villa Assisted Living center for seniors came from the most curious looking cast of cats and canines as seniors played with their robotic pets. The 10 Sonrisa seniors were some of the 30 total seniors who received

Several puppies killed in Wadena shed fire

WADENA, Minn. (Valley News Live) – Several puppies are dead after a shed fire in Wadena County. The Wadena Fire Department got the call just before 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 19. The fire was reported in Leaf River Township, which is north of Wadena. When firefighters arrived, they found a small outbuilding fully engulfed

Future Returns: Why Fido Needs a Trust

When it comes to estate planning, pets need to be considered, too. Many well-off pet owners have left millions of dollars to their cats, dogs, and even chickens—perhaps most notoriously Leona Helmsley, who left US$12 million when she died in 2007 to her white Maltese dog Trouble. But because pets are considered property, individuals can’t

Pets for adoption from local rescues | Home + Life + Health

Brooklyn Age: 2 year old female Aussie/retriever mix Story: Brooklyn is an Aussie/Retriever mix. She is very sweet, beautiful, calm and laid back. Brooklyn is the perfect medium size. Fee: $180, spayed, microchipped and age appropriate vaccines. Approved adoption application required. Contact: Rescue Me Tucson/Marana, 6401 Marana Center Blvd., #902, noon-5 p.m. Sunday-Friday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturdays, 520-261-1616 Source

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