Pet Adoption In The Spokane Area: See The Latest Dogs, Cats & More

Looking to add a new member to your family and give back to the Spokane community at the same time? Adopt a dog, cat or other kind of pet from a local shelter! Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many shelters are still working to fulfill adoptions.

There are thousands of dogs, cats and other animals of all ages, sizes and breeds without a home throughout Washington — and many are located near you. In the search for a lovable new family pet, consider looking around at a local facility like Path Of Hope Rescue, where Cilantro the dog is waiting patiently.

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Best pet stores in the Philadelphia area

As any pet owner can tell you, our furry friends need stuff. Lots of it.

Food, treats, toys, harnesses, carriers, cleaning supplies, medication, supplements — the list is almost endless. And, boy, do we get it. In all, Americans spent $103.6 billion on their pets in 2020, according to the American Pet Products Association — $42 billion on food and treats alone.

In Philly, there were roughly 350,000 dogs in the city alone in 2015. Cats? Who knows. But it’s legal to have up to 12 cats and dogs in Philly.

Of course, you can get all the stuff they

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Iron Range animal rescue working to improve shelter after hard times

MAKINEN, MN– There’s a shelter on the Iron Range working really hard to move forward after some difficult years.

Five months ago, Sara Matuszak got a phone call.

Contented Critters, a 25-year-old animal rescue in Makinen, was in trouble.

“I was contacted by one of the volunteers and said, things are really bad out here. Can you help?” said Matuszak.

This busy teacher, mom of four, and pet mom of seven didn’t hesitate to add “shelter board president” to that list.

She immediately got to work turning things around.

“We just started from the ground up,” said Matuszak. “We talked

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PHOTOS: Animal-welfare groups provide dog, cat food for local low-income pet owners | Features

Four local and area animal-welfare organizations have joined efforts through a new initiative to help low-income families in Barrow County provide for their pets so the pets can stay with their owners rather than having to be surrendered by a shelter. Leftover Pets, the Pup and Cat Co. humane society, End the Cycle Georgia and Off the Chain USA are providing free dog and cat food to low-income residents, free spay/neuter, free dog houses and free fencing for tethered dogs. The pet food distribution is in conduction with the Barrow County Food Pantry’s food distribution day the fourth Thursday of

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Reviewers Love This $45 Pet Ottoman That Doubles as a Footstool

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Buy It! Furhaven Pet Ottoman in Coconut Brown, $43.99; amazon.com

Plus, Furhaven’s pet ottoman includes a detachable ball toy that can be hung on its “entrance door,” making it the ultimate entertainment center for your cat. It’s also collapsible, so you can easily bring it with you on the road. “This is an amazing alternative for a box-loving cat,” said a shopper. “My cat loves boxes and holes, but I can’t keep hundreds of boxes in my

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