Day: May 11, 2022

Best friend: Why more homeless shelters now allow pets

Los Angeles Being homeless in Los Angeles and struggling with addiction is hard enough, but Rachel Niebur couldn’t imagine enduring it without her dog Petey. Ms. Niebur credits her constant companion, an energetic black and white chihuahua mix, with helping her keep off drugs and giving her a reason to get up in the morning.

Pets of the Week: Luisa and Parker


Open Audio Article Player By | on May 11, 2022 STAFF This lady is Luisa! If you’re looking for a fun-loving girl to go on adventures with, Luisa is your girl! She has moments where she is calm, but she is usually quite playful. She loves to play

US woman convicted of scamming couple out of thousands, trying to sell a dog that didn’t exist

A Texas woman was convicted of stealing US$2,000 (RM8,754) from a San Jose couple in what turned out to be an international Pomeranian puppy scam. Elizabeth Montes, 44, of San Antonio, was convicted of felony conspiracy and theft and faces six months in county jail for her part in an online deal to deliver a

1 In 3 Pet Owners Would Choose Pet Over Their Significant Other – WCCO

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — We know people love their pets, but some love them even more than their house or spouse. A new survey of pet owners shows about a third would choose their pet over their house, while another third would pick their pet over their spouse. Furthermore, pet owners worry about their pets aging.

Pets join the party | Local News

Young Anahi Garcia pets one of the puppies at last week’s Pet Pop-Up Party held by the Pauls Valley Animal Welfare Society. The small festival featuring pets was hosted in the parking lot of the local first United Bank. (PV Democrat photo by Barry Porterfield) Source link

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