We’re in the midst of two seasons: kitten season, which lasts from early spring to mid-fall on the average, and the Fourth of July silly season, which lasts from about now until a few days after the holiday.
byKate KarpinLife, Pets
Please send any Long Beach or Seal Beach pet-related events or projects to [email protected] Posting subject to approval. Virtually Pets Once again, Pet Projects is helping the rescues and shelters who try to open an umbrella to fend off kitten...
All Memorial Day weekend from Friday through Monday, people will be watching parades in honor of veterans. They’ll visit gravesites of relatives who defended the country, go see men and women in VA hospitals and recovery centers, and volunteer...
This and all kitten-season columns are dedicated to Nightingale and Noddy, two newborn kittens who were taken to the shelter when their nursing mother was hunting for food. The couple said that they’d tried unsuccessfully for three years to...
This week, Pet Projects takes a brief break in the kitten-season adoption feature because 1) shocking as it may seem, some folks go into kitten overload, particularly people who (again, what are they thinking?) don’t like cats or aren’t...
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