Results tagged with 'PET'
Published April 16, 2012
My dog, Playa, is up to no good lately. But it's hard to be mad at her, really. Apparently, I have a smart, tenacious pup that, at almost 9-years-old, is confronting her fears and literally taking them head on. We all should be so bold.
Published Jan. 3, 2009
Rollo and Jackson are silent victims of the unstable economy. Their family left them behind when they were forced from their residence. The boys spent about a month at animal control listed as "abandoned" and scheduled for euthanasia.
Published Sept. 20, 2008
Netta is a 2-year-old, distinctly marked black and white cat. She is spayed and current on vaccinations and also microchipped. She has been at the Adoption Center for about four months and is one of our gold star cats. Gold star cats are a select group of cats that are allowed free roam of the adoption center during closed hours.
Published Sept. 19, 2008
As the unofficial OnMilwaukee.com "cat person," I felt it was my duty to report on National Cat Day. Until I received a press release yesterday announcing Companion Animal Resource and Adoption Center's (CARAC) plans for celebration, I had never heard of such a thing.
Published Sept. 2, 2008
Every once in a while, a dog enters our program that all of the volunteers fall for and several even contemplate personally adopting!
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Wally Dog is wearing a look of bemusement because he is wondering just how people name their pets. Cats are easy, he thinks, something like Fluffy or Smokey or Princess. His own archnemesis, Mr. Tuxedo, got his name because he looks like he's wearing a tuxedo. Well...duh!But wha...
These are strange new times when PETA dresses up like the Ku Klux Klan (complete with pointed hoods) to protest the purebreed AKC-certified lines of dogs entered in the famous Westminister Dog Show in New York City. The impact of the protest seem limited. People were stopping to snap pictu...
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