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Results tagged with 'Animals'

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Local caregivers make food for their pets

Published Oct. 6, 2013

For many animal caregivers, pets are more than just pets - they are family members- and they want the same level of health for their pets as they do for their favorite humans. Hence, some caregivers choose to cook or prepare food for their pets.

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Milwaukee County Zoo gets AZA accreditation

Published Sept. 18, 2013

The Association of Zoos & Aquariums (AZA) announced today that the Milwaukee County Zoo has been granted accreditation by the AZA's independent Accreditation Commission.

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See live webcam of peregrine falcons nesting on Jones Island

Published June 20, 2013

Two peregrine falcons have made Jones Island their home after hatching this past spring. The Peregrine Falcon Society is working with Veolia Water Milwaukee to host a live webcam streaming footage of Bit and Byte's nest.

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The pet-free life

Published May 5, 2013

Today, I posted an article about "crazy cat people" prior to which I interviewed lots of folks passionate about cats. Talking to these cat cradlers reminded me of the cuddly value of animals and their completely unconditional-love personas.

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HAWS jingle contest encourages advocacy and fun

Published April 4, 2013

The Humane Animal Welfare Society of Waukesha County (HAWS) invites performers of all ages to take part in their "Sing Our Jingle to Save Lives" video contest. Jennifer Smieja, HAWS' Development Coordinator, encourages everyone to "have fun and be silly," in producing videos to submit.

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When Animals Attack

It was the punch seen around the world.  Anyone who follows college football--and most of the rest of the world that picks up a newspaper or turns on a television--has certainly seen what transpired in Boise on Thursday night. Late in the game, Boise State defensive lineman Byro...


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