Reward offered for Shoreline, Washington cat beaten and stomped to death

Cat killed by stomping

A private donor is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) who killed Quixote, a shelter cat from Whisker City cat Sanctuary in Shoreline, Washington. Quixote was taken from his locked enclosure … please continue reading

New law in Illinois will allow a portion of pet registration fees be used for TNR and low-cost spay and neuter

A new law in Illinois will go into effect on January 1, 2018, where counties can opt to use a portion of pet registration fees so low-income families can afford to spay or neuter their pets and feral colony caregivers can … please continue reading

Disturbing images of pets transported from Florida to SC after Hurricane Irma

UPDATE September 19, 2017 Greenville County Animal Care now has an album containing 27 photos (14 cats and 13 dogs) of Hurricane Irma dogs and cats available for rescue or adoption. There’s no fee for approved rescues. UPDATE September 17, … please continue reading

Beautiful kitten rescued from NC shelter after a neighborhood child intentionally broke her legs

Children should be taught to respect animals at a young age. Sometimes a child slips through the cracks due to bad parenting or bad genes or bad something or another that turns a once innocent child into an abuser. A … please continue reading

Hurrican Irma preparedness to help pets and people get to safety

With Hurricane Irma pretty much guaranteed to hit the United States within the next few days, people are struggling to get themselves, as well as their pets to safety. States in the path of Irma are getting emergency plans in … please continue reading

Community Cats United, Inc-Rocks project will bring about global awareness of TNR

The mission of Community Cats United, Inc (Trap-Neuter-Return community) is to globally engage those who dedicate themselves to the care taking of community cats and their efforts to promote community cat well being. The organization will celebrate their third anniversary … please continue reading

Discussion: Your thoughts on a Facebook post about flooding prediction in Houston that was dismissed as ‘fake news’

This article is definitely out of the ordinary for me because it’s not about cats and dogs being rescued. Except it actually IS about cats and dogs (and other pets) being rescued. The fact is, Houston residents actually had some … please continue reading

Pets are now allowed at Houston evacuee shelters in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey

Cats in flood

According to an August 28 update by Alley Cat Allies, Houston evacuee shelters in the path of flood damage by Hurricane Harvey are now accepting pets. Their website announced “Pets are now allowed at Houston evacuee shelters in the aftermath of … please continue reading