Unfixed cats allowed to run free or kept in a location with the opposite feline sex present can drop up to five litters a year from the time they’re four months old. That’s a lot of kittens.
Pawsitively Long Beach, located in the East Village Arts District at 254 Elm St., is Long Beach’s latest small-business casualty. The business will shut its doors on Wednesdays.
Adopting a pet always has love at its source, but sprinkling photos of adoptables with hearts, red paws and other little visual nonpareils brings the point home and could help bring the pet home as well.
The kitties are all adoptable, and by the time they’re ready to go home with you, they know that a lucky hoomin will be giving them the love, care and respect that they deserve.
Never has 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue been graced by the presence of a shelter dog, until Major Biden.
“The Heart of Ida’s mission is to keep seniors in homes and independent, and this includes helping them keep their animals,” Salatino said. “Pets are more than emotional support—they’re family members.”
The Trevor Foundation assists individuals and small rescues who come across cats with injuries or conditions but don’t have the funds or the knowledge to help them recover.
Dictionary lookups and frequency of use rather than creativity power the choice of Word of the Year, and so, a couple of comparatively ordinary choices won the honor.
SAFE Rescue Team primarily saves dogs, although the rescue has been happy to spay a couple of community momcats and fix and find homes for the kittens.
Rescues adopted in record numbers; Helen Sanders CatPAWS and The Little Lion Foundation both capped 400 as of Dec. 31, and they were still going.