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More to love: 50% off adult dogs and cats and FREE small mammals

It's our MORE TO LOVE adoption special! We are FULL and WE NEED LOVING ADOPTERS! While supplies last, you can adopt adult dogs (over 6 months of age) and adult cats (over 5 months of age) at HSHV for 50% OFF!  AND small mammal adoptions are FREE!  Remember: adoption fees ...
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How to talk with children about pet loss

Wording is often a real challenge. Here are some prompts that may help you plan what to say to your children and/or children in your life. Remember that there are rarely "the right words" and that planning ahead, though difficult, may help you feel more prepared to discuss pet loss ...
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Yoga with Cats is back! Join us as we practice yoga at the Tiny Lions cat cafe with our furry feline yoga masters! Our hatha-style classes will help bring peace to your mind and body, while filling your heart with joy as you help support the animals in our community. Ages 12 and over. No membership needed, and classes are just $10 each with all proceeds helping the homeless animals. See more and enroll now.

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Please don’t feed the bears… or greedy humans

As summer comes to a close but our need for safe outdoor recreation does not, we need to be cautious about engaging in activities that sustain cruelty. Although I didn't watch it, I hear Tiger King's Joe Exotic now has a personal understanding of why wild animals don't belong in ...
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