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For information about this week's pets, call 533-7387 (LEE-PETS) or log on to Animal Services' website at www.LeeLostPets.com . When calling, please refer to the animal's ID number. The website updates every hour so you will be able to see if these or any other pets are still available.

Cats take center stage in Erie

Many people take cat ownership very seriously, as will be evidenced by the packed house at the Cat Nation Fanciers 25th Annual All-Breed Cat Show Saturday and Sunday at John M. Cochran Ice Arena.

Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 4-25

Dogs remain available at the Lucas County Canine Care & Control office, 410 South Erie St., Toledo. For information, call 419-213-2800.

Dead cats found hanging from trees in Yonkers

Police are investigating the discovery of at least two dozen dead cats found inside plastic bags hanging from trees in Yonkers Thursday, according to the SPCA of Westchester. Some of the cats were badly decomposed but others appeared more recently killed.

30 dead cats found hanging from a tree

More than 30 dead cats were discovered decomposing inside plastic bags that were hanging from trees in an abandoned lot in Yonkers on Thursday, a report said. The macabre display...

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PETS The following animals have been brought to the Helping Hands Humane Society, 5720 S.W. 21st. The telephone number is 233-7325. Cats Female, dilute tortoiseshell, age unknown, found in the 2900 block of S.E. Virgo.

Game developers and their cats – in pictures

We asked indie game developers to send us pictures of their cats. And of course, they sent a lot. Here’s a selection of our favourites. By Keith Stuart Keith Stuart

Dogs love us, says science – so we have to love them back | Susan McDonald

Susan McDonald: New research on canine sentience will come as no surprise to dog lovers, but it may be a game-changer in the quest for dogs’ rights Susan McDonald

Pets at Home invites pet-loving public to join dash to float

Employees and members of the public will be able to buy shares in retailer's £1.2bn London Stock Exchange IPO Pets at Home is to offer employees and the general public a chance to buy shares before the retailer's £1.2bn flotation on the London Stock Exchange. About 500 senior employees, from chief executive Nick Wood down to some store managers, already own 10% of the company, potentially ...

Gadget Watch: Whistle, a fitness tracker for dogs

This product image provided by Whistle Labs, Inc. shows a dog wearing a new device, called Whistle, that lets pet owners track how much exercise _ or sleep _ their four-legged friends are getting. (AP Photo/Whistle Labs, Inc.) NEW YORK (AP) — Bad news for lazy dogs: A new device, called Whistle, lets pet owners track how much exercise — or sleep — their four-legged friends are getting.


Gadget Watch: Whistle, a fitness tracker for dogs

NEW YORK (AP) — Bad news for lazy dogs: A new device, called Whistle, lets pet owners track how much exercise — or sleep — their four-legged friends are getting.

Man to spend over 48 hours on theme park ride for charity

Sam Clauw will attempt to break the world record for the longest marathon aboard a theme park attraction. At Bellewaerde Park in Belgium, Sam Clauw will attempt to set a new Guinness World Record while raising funds to save the Amur leopard from extinction. The intrepid theme park enthusiast's goal is to spend more than 48 hours on the park's pirate ship ride. Filmed by surveillance cameras, Sam will climb aboard the ride Tuesday, April 29 in an attempt to break the record for the "longest marathon on a fairground/theme park attraction." The current record holder, Clinton Shepherd, spent 48 hours, 8 minutes and 25 seconds on a ferris wheel in Chicago.  A donation campaign has been launched ahead of the feat, and the proceeds will go to ALTA (Amur Leopard and Tiger Alliance), an organization dedicated to protecting the endangered species.


Trailer: 'Watch Dogs' multiplayer shows non-traditional approach

Video screenshot: beware the ominous Taco Van in "Watch Dogs" multiplayer With little over a month to go until "Watch Dogs" launches on PC and console, its multiplayer mode -- teased since mid-2012 -- just got a little less mysterious.


Trailer: 'Watch Dogs' multiplayer shows non-traditional approach

With little over a month to go until "Watch Dogs" launches on PC and console, its multiplayer mode -- teased since mid-2012 -- just got a little less mysterious.

Dolphins Put Sponges on Snouts to Snag Elusive Snacks

Dolphins Put Sponges on Snouts to Snag Elusive Snacks Dolphins can use sponges as tools to snag food they could not otherwise grab, researchers say. This is the first direct evidence that dolphins can use tools to carve out unique places in the food chain, scientists added.


Include Pets in Your Disaster Preparedness Plans

Individuals making emergency preparedness plans for the upcoming 2014 Atlantic storm season should remember to include their pets in their evacuation plans, Naval Support Activity Bethesda (NSAB) Emergency Manager Ron Kunz said.

NH Fisher Cats win 7-5 At NB

Andy Burns had a double, triple, and scored 3 runs

Definitely no Easter eggs: Don’t poison your pets with chocolate

ANIMAL lovers are being warned not to kill their pets with kindness this Easter.

Mountain View lets the dogs out

Mountain View residents will be able to legally walk their dogs off-leash in several parks under a one-year pilot program approved Tuesday.

You can help pets without making a long-term commitment

The Pima Animal Care Center is looking for people to foster pets from the shelter. The new program offers the opportunity to help one or more animals without a long-term commitment.

Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 4-24

Dogs remain available at the Lucas County Canine Care & Control Office, 410 South Erie St., Toledo. For information, call 419-213-2800.

Up to 10 dogs a day ‘put down’ in pounds

Up to 10 dogs a day are being “put down” in Irish pounds and the problem is compounded by the growing trend of people buying pups online and then abandoning them, according to the country’s largest dog welfare charity, Dogs Trust.

Tips for moving overseas with a pet

For those who wish to live with their pets abroad, be mentally prepared for some amount of hassle as most countries have very strict regulations with regards to relocating a pet into their yard.

KKR could claw £200m from Pets at Home stock market flotation

The pricing of Pets at Home – part of a stampede of retailers rushing to take advantage of buoyant equity markets – implies a market capitalisation of £1.05bn to £1.3bn The £1.3bn stock market listing of Pets at Home could reap more than £200m for private equity firm KKR, while the investment bankers running the process stand to collect £40m in fees. If there is strong demand for shares in the ...

Dogs under evaluation after rescue from Nashville dog fighting

An arrest has been made in the case of a suspected dog fighting ring in north Nashville, but many now want to know what will happen to the nearly 40 dogs who were rescued.

CATS hopes to avoid construction pitfalls

As it prepares for major construction on the Lynx Blue Line extension, the Charlotte Area Transit System hopes its experience in building and operating the city’s first light-rail line will make the expansion go smoother.

Cats outsmart the researchers

I knew a lot had been written about dogs, and I assumed there must be at least a handful of studies on cats. But after weeks of scouring the scientific world for someone - anyone - who studied how cats think, all I was left with was this statement, laughed over the phone to me by one of the world's top animal cognition experts, a Hungarian scientist named Ádám Miklósi.

Kelly Osbourne and PetSmart Canada Partner to Help Pets Strut their Style

Famous Fashionista dishes the latest grooming trends for pets with Pet Expressions TORONTO , April 23, 2014 /CNW/ - She's got an eye for furry fashion trends. Television show host, actress and sought-after ...

Performing dogs go big after $1 million TV prize

A million dollars will change you. Since a father and son took their 10 flipping, twirling dogs from the center ring of a circus to the stage of a reality show, where they won TV competition "America's ...

Performing dogs go big after $1 million TV prize

*HOLD FOR STORY BY SUE MANNING* In this Tuesday, April 22, 2014 photo Richard Olate works on a trick with one of his performing dogs Loca in Sorrento, Fla. The Olates spend more than 11 months a year on the road performing and are starring in a series of short dog rescue films that could one day be eligible for Oscar consideration. (AP Photo/John Raoux) LOS ANGELES (AP) — A million dollars will change you.


59 cats rescued from Ore. apartment

Fifty-nine cats were rescued Tuesday from a Newberg apartment, according to the Oregon Humane Society.

Kelly Osbourne and PetSmart Partner to Help Pets Strut their Style

She’s got an eye for furry fashion trends. Television show host, actress and sought-after fashion designer Kelly Osbourne is spotting trends for PetSmart® and its new line of creative grooming services, Pet Expressions.

House with more than 140 cats under contract, likely to be renovated

Houston SPCA members remove over 100 cats from a home on Line Camp Thursday 03/27/14. SPCA spokesperson Meera Nandlal said there was one dead and decomposing cat in the house and in some parts the feces was over 4 feet high. Photo by Tony Bullard.

Zoo launches 'endangered song' to help save tigers

This handout photo provided the Smithsonian's National Zoo, taken May 23, 2011, shows Sumatran tiger Damai at the zoo in Washington. The Smithsonian's National Zoo wants to highlight the dwindling number of 400 Sumatran tigers left in the wild by launching an "endangered song" on Earth Day. On Tuesday, the zoo is releasing "Sumatran Tiger," a song from the indie rock band Portugal. The Man. The song was recorded on 400 polycarbonate records that were designed to degrade after a certain number of plays. The only way to save the song is to digitize and "breed" the music by sharing it through social media. It's is being released to 400 participants to share. (AP Photo/Mehgan Murphy, Smithsonian's National Zoo) WASHINGTON (AP) — Indie rock band Portugal. The Man and the Smithsonian's National Zoo released an "endangered song" Tuesday for Earth Day to demonstrate the dwindling number of about 400 Sumatran tigers left in the world.


Horry County Animal Care Center reinstitutes euthanizing feral cats sooner

A near monthlong program to keep all cats taken to the Horry County Animal Care Center for five days, regardless of them being determined feral, has shown an increase in adoptions, an increase in natural deaths and a risk to staff members that the county doesn’t see worth continuing the effort.

Two wounded in gunfire near Washington, D.C., zoo

(Reuters) - Two men were wounded on Monday by gunshots near a Washington, D.C., zoo shortly after it hosted an annual Easter event that drew thousands of people, police said. Police responding to reports of gunfire just after 5 p.m. found the men - one shot in the hand, the other in the elbow - near an entrance to the National Zoo, Metropolitan Police Department lieutenant Kelvin Cusick said.

Dogs in Denver attack may be pit bulls

Three dogs that broke through a security door at a Denver home and mauled two other dogs may be pit bulls, and neighbors question why they were allowed in the city.

James Maslow & Peta Murgatroyd On 'Dancing' Chemistry

'Dancing with the Stars' Season 18 premiere -- James Maslow and Peta Murgatroyd -- ABC James Maslow and Peta Murgatroyd took home a perfect score and topped the "Dancing with the Stars" leaderboard on Monday night and they know that part of their successful formula is their chemistry. That's why we're doing so well together," James told Access Hollywood's Shaun Robinson on Wednesday. Asked to describe their relationship, Peta called it a "working" relationship that is "fun." She added that they "have a blast together." There are times when we're upset with each other and stressed, but for the most part, I'm psyched to be with her and she's psyched -- I think -- to be with me," James said.


Teenager uses Facebook to save Romania's stray dogs

Ana-Maria Ciulcu takes a dog from a street in Bucharest By Radu Marinas and Bogdan Cristel BUCHAREST (Reuters) - When French film actress Brigitte Bardot began a campaign to spare the thousands of stray dogs in Romania's capital from being put down, she did it with a $150,000 donation scheme. A similar campaign is being waged by Ana-Maria Ciulcu, a 13-year-old schoolgirl with braces on her teeth who uses Facebook to appeal to dog lovers all over Europe - and to make sure the dogs go to the right homes. Ciulcu was a baby when Bardot started her sterilization campaign in 2001. But Bucharest's state-funded wards now hold 2,800 dogs, and 2,000 dogs have been euthanized in the past two months, according to Romania's Authority for Animal Surveillance and Protection.


More vets turn to prosthetics to help legless pets

In this August 26, 2011photo provided by OrthoPets, shows Naki’o, a red heeler mix breed, the first dog to receive four prosthetic limbs at Denver, Colo. Naki’o was found in the cellar of a Nebraska foreclosed home with all four legs and its tail frozen in puddles of water-turned-ice. What frostbite didn’t do, a surgeon did, amputating all four legs and giving him four prosthetics. (AP Photo/OrthoPets, Lindsey Mladivinich) LOS ANGELES (AP) — A 9-month-old boxer pup named Duncan barreled down a beach in Oregon, running full tilt on soft sand into YouTube history and showing more than 4 million viewers that he can revel in a good romp despite lacking back legs.


Easter Lilies Kill Cats, FDA Warns

Easter lilies are a popular decoration around this time of year, but it might be best to avoid having them in your house if you have a curious cat, the Food and Drug Administration warns. These white, trumpet-shaped flowers are toxic to feline friends who might nibble at the plants' petals and leaves. If you suspect that your cat has eaten any part of a lily or its pollen, call your veterinarian immediately, or take your cat to an emergency veterinary clinic, said Melanie McLean, a veterinarian at FDA. Even eating just a couple of leaves or licking a few pollen grains off their fur can cause cats to suffer acute kidney failure, she said.

PC download charts: 'Watch Dogs,' 'The Elder Scrolls Online'

Aiden Pearce (L) is the cyber vigilante of "Watch Dogs" Pre-orders for "Watch Dogs" see the vigilante thriller leap to second on the Steam Store chart by Monday, April 14, while "The Elder Scrolls Online" remains popular among visitors to GameStop's Impulse Driven service.


New-look Paris Zoo rethinks 'humanimal' relationship

New-look Paris Zoo rethinks 'humanimal' relationship Paris Zoo reopens its gates on Saturday after a six-year revamp to shed its image as a traditional city zoo and change how humans see wild animals. Swept away is the zoo as a place simply to gawp at animals for being weird, exotic or dangerous -- replaced by an environment designed to appreciate their uniqueness in bigger, less crowded and more nature-mimicking enclosures. "We've invented a new zoo, whose concept is different from 20th century ones, where animals were exhibited like in some amusement park," said Thomas Grenon, head of the National Museum of Natural History, which manages the Vincennes Zoo. "This is a 21st-century zoo, which will show biodiversity and talk about it, and where the animals will live together as they do in their natural environment" -- as far as is practical, of course.


Clever chimps at Kansas City Zoo make brief break to freedom

By Kevin Murphy KANSAS CITY (Reuters) - Seven chimpanzees used an improvised ladder from a tree to scale a wall and briefly escape their enclosure at the Kansas City Zoo on Thursday, a zoo official said. One of the chimps apparently pulled a log or a branch and leaned it against the wall of the enclosure, giving the primates a leg-up to the top, zoo director Randy Wisthoff said. "We had a ringleader," Wisthoff said.

Deadly bat disease found in Wisconsin, Michigan: wildlife officials

By Brendan O'Brien (Reuters) - Bats in Wisconsin and Michigan have been infected with a disease that has killed millions of the mosquito-eating mammals elsewhere in the U.S. and could have a detrimental impact on farming and forestry, wildlife officials said on Thursday. White-nose syndrome appeared in five small brown bats collected in February and March in northern Michigan during routine surveillance, the state's Department of Natural Resources said in a statement. "Even though we've known this disease was coming, it is a disappointing day," said Dan O'Brien, a department wildlife veterinarian. Two bats in Wisconsin tested positive for the fungal disease after they were collected in a mine during winter surveillance in Grant County, near the Illinois border, where the disease was confirmed in 2012.

Do Dogs Really Feel Guilt or Shame? (Op-Ed)

Do Dogs Really Feel Guilt or Shame? (Op-Ed) Marc Bekoff, emeritus professor at the University of Colorado, Boulder, is one of the world's pioneering cognitive ethologists, a Guggenheim Fellow, and co-founder with Jane Goodall of Ethologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. Bekoff's latest book is Why Dogs Hump and Bees Get Depressed (New World Library, 2013). Recently, a reader sent me an essay by Laura Moss of Mother Nature Network called "Do Dogs Really Feel Guilt?" Moss summarizes the excellent studies conducted by a renowned dog researcher, Barnard College's Alexandra Horowitz. Horowitz discovered that people are not very good at reading doggie guilt or shame — and that we often see those emotions when they're not there, when the dogs aren't feeling them or because they didn't do anything that would elicit these sorts of responses. Horowitz goes deeper into these concepts in her new edited book called Domestic Dog Cognition and Behavior. 


Lion dies in Hungary zoo from anthrax-infected meat

A lion in a Hungarian zoo died after it ate beef infected with the deadly anthrax disease identified in a nearby farm in the eastern region of the country, national news agency MTI reported on Thursday. Citing the local veterinary authority, MTI said the infected meat came from the village of Esztar. Two lions, two leopards and a tiger ate from the infected meat, Istvan Tischler, director of the local veterinary authority told MTI.

With new look, 80-year-old Paris zoo to re-open

A man photographs an Agami, at the Vincennes Zoo, in Paris, Tuesday, April 8, 2014. Its gray, man-made mountain that might lure King Kong still protrudes over treetops, but nearly everything else has changed as Paris' best-known zoo prepares to re-open after a multi-year, multimillion-euro (dollar) makeover. (AP Paris/ Thibault Camus) PARIS (AP) — Its gray, man-made mountain that might lure King Kong still protrudes over treetops, but nearly everything else has changed as Paris' zoo prepares to re-open after a multi-year, multimillion-euro (dollar) makeover.


Baby giraffe in Oklahoma zoo dies during risky last-chance surgery

By Heide Brandes OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (Reuters) - Kyah, a 6-month-old giraffe at the Oklahoma City Zoo, died on Tuesday during a risky surgical procedure being performed for the first time on a giraffe in hopes that it would save her life, a zoo spokeswoman said. A team of 12 experts assisting in the four-hour surgery was unable to repair a life-threatening condition known as persistent right aortic arch, and ultimately Kyah was euthanized in the operating room, said Tara Henson, spokesperson for the Oklahoma City Zoo. A necropsy will be performed on Kyah, who was 9 feet tall and weighed 525 pounds, to learn more about her condition, which is more frequently seen in dogs and has never before been diagnosed in a giraffe. It was conducted at an Oklahoma State University Veterinary School facility in Stillwater, north of Oklahoma City.

Oklahoma zoo giraffe faces historic, risky surgery as last chance

By Heide Brandes OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (Reuters) - Kyah, a 6-month-old giraffe at the Oklahoma City Zoo, will undergo a risky surgery never before performed on a giraffe this week in a bid to save her life. "We know the chances may be 50/50," Henson said.
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