Animal Humane Society
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An adoption event for 133 dogs rescued this summer from a filthy breeding facility in northern Minnesota is slated for this weekend.
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More than three dozen dogs are looking for homes in the Twin Cities after being rescued from a puppy mill. The dogs came from a giant breeding operation in Michigan. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) took more than 150 dogs from the facility.
Saturday’s Powerball jackpot is a record $600 million. And Kjirsten Johnson from Forest Lake asked: What happens if a winner doesn’t claim it? By law, if someone wins, but doesn’t claim their prize, the money goes into the state’s General Fund — the main bank account for state government.
A bill that would regulate dog and cat breeders in Minnesota has passed its first test in the state legislature.
Businesses in Waseca say they’re running into more and more problems with feral cats.
An 8-week-old Persian kitten that was stolen from a pet store in Shakopee has been found, authorities say. On Tuesday, the kitten, which is estimated to be worth about $500, was reported to be at the Animal Humane Society.
There’s a nationwide effort underway that’s all about saving animals. And it got started right here in the Twin Cities.
The Animal Humane Society is asking for donations to help it care for the 107 dogs it rescued from unsanitary living conditions in northern Minnesota last week.
The Animal Humane Society is caring for 107 dogs and two cats after it helped authorities in northern Minnesota recover the animals Thursday evening from a property where two women lived in feces-littered trailers, the Humane Society said.
The Animal Humane Society has removed 107 dogs and two cats from a residence in Bemidji Thursday, according to the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office.
You would think a cat couldn’t survive for three months while surrounded by freeway traffic. Well think again, and one Twin Cities cat did. His name is “Adam.”
For the second time in two months, horses have been taken away from an Anoka County ranch. Agents with the Animal Humane Society along with Anoka County Sheriff’s deputies took seven horses from the Arabian Horse Ranch in East Bethel on Friday.
The Animal Humane Society in Anoka County has taken possession of 10 weakened horses after protesters alleged animal neglect.