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A couple who fed their two puppies exclusively on a vegan diet have copped more than $6,000 in fines and will no longer be able to own pets.
The Bull-Arab-cross puppies, named Roo and Ula, were found severely malnourished and underweight at the couple’s home in Queensland, Australia.
Officers from charity the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) made several visits to the property to investigate reports of animal cruelty.
The dogs, who were being fed chickpeas, quinoa, rice and grains, were found underweight, weak and suffering from several injuries, ABC News reported.
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LANSING, Mich. (WLNS)— Two animals were stolen from Preuss Pets on Friday by two different people. Owners of the popular pet store are asking the community for help in finding one of those animals.
The incident happened around 4 pm on Friday and it was caught on camera. General store manager, Kirbay Preuss says a snake was stolen but they need help identifying a man that took a gecko.
Lansing police are looking for the man in the picture below. You
Mountain lion experts are concerned more animals are being attacked by big cats because they are not properly protected.
SAN DIEGO COUNTY, Calif. — An increase in mountain lions attacking livestock and pets in East County San Diego is raising some concerns for wildlife experts.
The Mountain Lion Foundation says most of the animals taken did not have proper protection.
“There have been numerous incidents recently in East County, actually going back to last November,” said Robin Parks, Mountain Lion Foundation Field rep.
He said there is not an increase in the mountain lion population but an increase in livestock
BY KARI KUH
This week our featured pets are Sadie the dog and Lacey the cat, available for adoption through the Danville-Boyle County Humane Society (DBCHS) Home To Home™ program.
Home To Home™ is a unique, direct-to-adopter program for pet owners looking to re-home their animals. It gives potential adopters a chance to learn more about the animals directly from the people who know them the best.
Plus, research shows that animals experience high levels of stress in a shelter setting, so direct placement reduces animals’ anxiety by keeping them in a home.
Recently Lisa Gunter, Ph.D., MA, CBCC-KA,