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BREAKING: Deadly Dog Flu Outbreak

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The symptoms include coughing fits, fever, mucous discharge, fever, loss of appetite, and sluggishness. And it's getting worse. »

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Fluffy Chatter Box

I rescued Chatter in late May 2017. He came at night to eat ravenously. He was totally friendly, not neutered, and he meowed up a storm (obviously, the reason for his name). He wanted a home of his own SO badly. Between the night I got him in my large dog crate in my garage and the next morning, he escaped from the crate twice.

Read Chatter's full story»

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She's Vicious...

She arrived at the shelter in a cardboard box sealed with duct tape. Upon opening it, the man told shelter workers that she was vicious and should probably just be euthanized.

She weighed only 5 pounds, even with all the mats that covered her body, including her eyes.

Read What Happened to Peach»

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Freedom Refuge for Retired Elephants

Elephant Aid International (EAI) has secured an 850 acre parcel of land to create a pristine refuge for retired and rescued circus and zoo elephants. We need your help to secure the perimeter with the necessary double fencing to keep the elephant residents safe.

There are currently over 400 elephants living in United States zoos and circuses. Once they were wild but captured and put on display for entertainment. These elephants have been kept in chains or in cramped quarters for decades, unable to engage in natural behaviors and develop interpersonal friendships so necessary to their well-being.

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