“Indomitable survivor”

February 13, 2009

When he was just a puppy, Larry says Oogy was living in a hell on earth. He was tied to a stake and used as bait for pit bulls in a dogfighting ring. “He’d been thrown in a cage and left to die, and the police raided the facility,” Larry says. “He was brought to Ardmore Animal Hospital, and they saved him.”

A Shout out to Dr. Neil Shaw

February 13, 2009

The Ellen DeGeneres Show featured a Florida vet — Dr. Neil Shaw — who has given away more than $2 million in animal care and services to animals and owners in need.

Homeless woman has too many cats

February 12, 2009

A homeless woman who has kept up to 19 cats in cages and shopping carts while she camps along streets is a target of a bill in the state Legislature

Pet-food pantries, financial aid for pets, pet assistance

February 4, 2009

Links for various pet food pantries, financial aid for pets, and pet assistance

Brazos Valley no-kill shelters give animals a reprieve

February 20, 2007

By WHITNEY LITTLE Eagle Staff Writer Technically Gail Allen has no sons or daughters, but she has more than 100 children. The woman behind The Cat’s Cradle, a no-kill animal rescue shelter outside Navasota, has been housing cats and kittens for nearly 10 years. Allen shares her 125-acre home site outside Navasota with more than […]