Belarus fox shoots hunter–but prosecutors doubt it; Rescued FL bobcat an online hit
Keep reading Belarus fox shoots hunter–but prosecutors doubt it; Rescued FL bobcat an online hit
Rescued for an NC research lab, Moxie and Huckleberry are sometimes bewildered by NYC civilian life, but they are becoming excellent cuddlers.
Keep reading Two months with two laboratory beagles
One of the biggest challenges of raising former laboratory beagles turns out to be preventing escape. Two NC dogs ran away and got hit by cars.
Keep reading Two of 200 beagles rescued from NC lab dead, hit by cars
This weekend my husband David and I adopted two of the 200 beagles sprung from a NC medical research lab shut down after Peta produced and unwatchably disturbing undercover video that shut the lab down.
Keep reading We adopted 2 beagles from the NC research lab Peta closed
Their lives are much better now than they once were. BooBoo, a black bear, was used to pay for a car in Iowa, sold to a dealer who wanted the bear to draw in customers. Tigers were about to be used in a canned hunt. The Coati Cocoa spent two years in a cage in a basement.
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While you can give donation on behalf of individual dogs rescued from a NC Lab, you can’t see which ones you can actually adopt.
Keep reading No Rescued Beagles Left in Newark Shelter
Lifesavers Wild Horse Rescue did it again: they scooped up another 100 horses that were about to be auctioned off to Mexican slaughter houses this weekend.
Keep reading Lifesavers Rescues Another 100 Horses from Slaughter
The federal government seems to have a new way to get rid of excess wild horses: just call them strays. Then they can be shipped to Mexico for slaughter.
Keep reading Government’s New Tactic to Get Rid of Wild Horses: Call Them Strays
Cat Guards Caboodle Ranch
Craig Grant, a gruff looking 62-year-old who wears a cowboy hat and flamboyant mustache, is an unlikely mayor of an adorable Florida cat city. Years ago one cat insinuated herself into his life in Jacksonville and now he runs the cutest cat sanctuary you’ve ever seen, Caboodle Ranch. More than 500 neutered cats roam a tiny village of wee houses, churches and stores, built specially to house the cat colony on a 25-acre tree farm.
Grant told PlanetGreen recently that he never liked cats till his son left him Pepper for a couple months. “I didn’t like cats, but I agreed to keep him. I wasn’t used to being alone and I guess Pepper wasn’t either. We slowly began to get along,” Craig says on his website. Then he took in more cats, got more complaints and bought land and a trailer 100 miles out of town. It’s been expanding with abused and neglected cats and their buildings ever since.
“I moved the shed out to the property and made a little cabin out of it. I thought it would be for me, but many of my cats wanted to sleep next to me… so I moved back into the office trailer where we had more room,” Craig says. Now he wants to build a better medical office and has raised $2,500 of the $9,000 needed. His assistant Cyndi notes in the local paper that he’ll probably end up sleeping in there, too, to
Keep reading Gruff Coyboy Now Herds 500 Cats in Wee Florida Town