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  • July 1, 2010

    Field Trip: Hidden Blessings

    Despite facing Hurricane Katrina and an office fire, a Mississippi shelter survives and thrives enough to expand its spay/neuter efforts and other programs to benefit animals in its community.

  • May 1, 2010

    Field Trip: Parting the Waters

    The grand opening of the St. Bernard Animal Shelter in Louisiana is yet another affirmation that the hurricane-ravaged community is moving on.

  • May 1, 2010

    To the Rescue: Next Time, Use the Door

    Sometimes raptors make house calls. Luckily, so does wildlife rehabilitator Victor Collazo.

  • March 1, 2010

    It's a Cat-Help-Cat World

    When the lions and tigers at In-Sync Exotics sanctuary lent a paw by hosting an event to help their lap cat counterparts at a neighboring cat rescue, both groups benefited.

  • March 1, 2010

    Canine Influenza Virus: Fact or Fiction?

    Canine influenza virus, which first grabbed headlines in 2004, is back in the spotlight, thanks in part to the release of the first canine influenza vaccine. How concerned should shelters be? What preventive approaches should they take? Miranda Spindel, the ASPCA's director of veterinary outreach, helps separate fact from fiction.

  • March 1, 2010

    To the Rescue: Saved from Slaughter

    A Yonkers family saves a lamb from slaughter and shepherds him to safety at Farm Sanctuary in Watkins Glen, N.Y.

  • January 1, 2010

    Family Values for a Different Kind of Family

    The Wildlife Aid Brigade helps animal shelters and other agencies deal with wildlife-related calls by teaching their staff and volunteers how to handle the conflicts that arise when humans come face to face with the wild in their own yards and attics.

  • January 1, 2010

    To the Rescue: Caws for Alarm

    A humane officer in California branches out to attempt a daring, aerial rescue to free a trapped bird.

  • November 1, 2009

    Hounding Shelters

    The tradition of hound hunting poses major problems for shelters in Virginia. Every year during'and especially after'hunting season, they are flooded with hounds who are either stray, abandoned, or relinquished by hunters who no longer want to take care of them.

  • November 1, 2009

    Wild Things: Black Bears

    If your shelter ever receives calls from folks who are panicked at the prospect of seeing a black bear in their backyard, check out these tips for talking them through simple ways to discourage bears from entering their property.

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