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Dog Photobombs Parents' Wedding

couple and their lab at wedding

The picture is priceless. It was captured at the perfect moment.»

large mutt dog

Mixed Nut Mutt

I first saw Beck in our local Park's dog run being walked by someone from a nearby rescue group. I remember the exact spot where he was standing when he caught my eye. Beck was a character and I learned had been returned twice by adopters to the city animal shelter before the rescue got him out.

I was not in a position...»

wolf howling at the moon

Stop The Aerial Killing!

Idaho's wolves are now more in danger than ever. Congress removed Northern Rockies wolves from the endangered species list, a move that could result in the mass killing of hundreds of these precious animals in Idaho and Montana.

Many hunters conduct aerial flights in order to kill numerous wolves at once.

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Help California Wildfire Victims

An estimated 50,000 people have evacuated their homes to escape the latest fires raging in California. California has had an unusually active fire season to date, and the worst part of fire season is still ahead. 12,000 firefighters have been battling 17 significant fires just as of July 29*. The destruction and threat to life and livelihoods is huge and sobering. The Carr Fire (largest of these fires) has burned more than 95,000 acres, claiming six lives and destroying 966 structures, including 723 homes. Another 5,000 structures are still in danger from this fire alone, and the loss to wildlife is not known.

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Castles for Shelter Cats
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