• Kittena s head found in Lacey. Animal Services is investigating possible tie to other deaths

    2 monthes ago - By Topix

    Witnessing animal abuse can be difficult, but according to the Humane Society of the Unites States, it is important not to turn away from animal cruelty. The cat pictured was named Olly, a seventh mutilated cat found in Olympia on Sunday, Aug. 5. Lacey police say investigators are trying to determine whether a kitten's head found this week is related to a series of cat killings in the area.
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  • More than 600 a stresseda birds rescued from Ohio house, animal welfare group says

    2 monthes ago - By Topix

    The humane society in Columbus, Ohio, closed its doors to regular business on Tuesday and called in help from the ASPCA to conduct a large-scale rescue - removing more than 600 birds from one home. The birds were found in an "extremely overcrowded 1,000-square-foot home," the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals said in a statement.
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  • Almost a year after losing our beloved

    Almost a year after losing our beloved

    2 monthes ago - By Happy Tails

    Almost a year after losing our beloved 14-year-old Shih Tzu, we were ready to start looking at getting another dog. There was no question we'd adopt from Animal Humane Society. One
    Saturday afternoon we went to the Golden Valley location. We saw so many sweet dogs. Our 8-year-old son was a few kennels ahead of us when we heard,
    “Come here and look at this one!” We saw an adorable, puppy with nervous eyes, long legs and a wagging tail. His name was Aquias. We let the staff know that we wanted to visit with him. After spending some time with him and asking questions, one of the volunteers...
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  • Thank you Animal Humane Society for my

    Thank you Animal Humane Society for my

    2 monthes ago - By Happy Tails

    Thank you Animal Humane Society for my wonderful dog Baisy, formally known as Cocoa. I adopted her in June and it is one of the best decisions I have ever made. She was extremely scared and shut down for the first three weeks after I adopted her. She wouldn't eat a treat for a week. She was scared of the car, stairs, the dark and strangers who walked up too fast to her among many other things. She needed her crate to feel safe and decompress. After those three weeks, she started warming up and showing her little quirks. Now two months later, she loves all people and all dogs. She adores...
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