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Activists hope coronavirus epidemic will be the death knell of tradition.
China dog meat festival goes ahead but COVID-19 takes a toll
29 June 2020
COVID-19 continues to spread around the globe, causing panic and confusion. We know it’s impacting thousands of people worldwide – but it shouldn’t be forgotten that the virus is also affecting the lives of cats and dogs.
How is COVID-19 impacting cats and dogs, and what support is needed?
6 April 2020
Good news! In many parts of the country, animal shelters are morphing into places that are able to do more to benefit the communities they serve.
10 Ways animal shelters are upping their game
29 January 2020
A cultural transformation: Spaying and neutering are now the norm, and rescue adoption is growing in popularity.
Why euthanasia rates at animal shelters have plummeted in US
3 September 2019
In the animal shelter in Wadowice Dolne the water flooded the dog pens.
Flooded animal shelters in south Poland - plea for help in relocating animals
22 May 2019
Can trap-neuter-vaccinate-return be a viable solution to the animal shelter crisis in the U.S.? This study finds success at six municipal shelters.
Three years, six shelters, 72,970 cats: The "Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return" impact in the US
14 May 2019
Wan wanted to learn about the living conditions of stray cats, so he reached out to animal welfare volunteers
AI shelter in Beijing takes care of 174 cats
16 April 2019
There’s been another cabinet reshuffle.
Cat-inet reshuffles: the long history of felines in politics
8 April 2019
Although the Republic of Azerbaijan signed the European Convention for the Protection of Pets in 2003 and has been in force since 2008 (1), homeless dog killings in the capital Baku and other regions are reported time and again.
Help stop the killing of stray dogs in Azerbaijan
13 February 2019
The scruffy little dog of indeterminate origin — she’s either a beagle mix or a terrier mix, depending on which veterinarian is guessing — reaches the end of the driveway and sits down.
New York Times opinion shares the joy of a rescue dog
27 January 2019
Every year, even one hundred thousand dogs go to places where their fate is difficult to determine - estimates the Office of Animal Protection of the ARGOS Foundation, which monitors the situation in Polish shelters.
Tens of thousands of dogs disappear in Poland without trace
12 April 2012