‘Claw and order’ served up, as Kalamazoo Public Safety officer makes rescue
KALAMAZOO, MI – A Kalamazoo Public Safety officer made a purr-fect rescue Monday. An orange cat had been stuck in a tree for two days before the rescue around midday Jan. 9, on Woodward Avenue, near North Street, the Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety said in a Facebook post. A citizen who was caring for the cat called in about the animal being stuck, KDPS Public Information Officer Jay Shatara said. The department had some fun in their Facebook post, showing the officer holding the cat and offering a smattering of cat puns. Yes, we’re Fur-real!”Public safety officer Joshua Pena served some “claw and order” and avoided a “CATastrophe” in the rescue mission, the post said.mlive.com
"Nothing is moving": Only one country in the world has submitted plans that will mitigate climate change by 2030, watchdog finds
Dramatic reductions in emissions would help prevent the world from drastically exceeding 1.5°C of global warming, but even the biggest countries are falling short.cbsnews.com
Meet the man helping cats survive tough Michigan weather
A Michigan man helps free-roaming community cats survive tough Michigan winters. Alex is the most frequent visitor, but cats named Bailey and Charlie also stop by regularly. “These feral cats, or what some people call free-roaming or free-ranging cats can be considered by many nuisance animals. Wolkin and his wife bought shelters for the cats a couple of years ago. Click here if you think your pet has what it takes to be in the next All 4 Pets special.
What to consider when choosing puppy and kitten food
DETROIT – Saturday’s segment of All 4 Pets includes information on what to consider when choosing puppy and kitten food. The owner of Premier Pet Supply offered advice in this week’s episode. You can watch the entire episode in the video player above. Watch and read more: All 4 Pets segments
Michigan family reunited with cat lost during devastating Midland floods
MIDLAND COUNTY, Mich. – It’s been eight months since the devastating floods in Midland County. “She did find us for a reason, I believe,” Ashley Flood said. “And so, we actually, we definitely played our part, I think.”On a cold snowy winter day, The Flood family heard a cat outside meowing for hours. “It seemed well fed and its coat was rather clean,” Ashley Flood said. They took the cat to the Humane Society of Midland County and found out the cat was micochipped.
Meet Pet of the Week Willow
DETROIT – This week’s Pet of the Week is a cat named Willow who is looking for a home. The Michigan Humane Society says the cat is searching for a patient owner and enjoys older kids. For more information contact the Michigan Humane Society at 313-872-3400. READ MORE: Michigan Humane Society
Downriver neighborhood wants answers as cats keep getting shot, killed
WYANDOTTE, Mich. A Downriver neighborhood is on edge because cats keep dying. Police said at least two cats have been shot, but the neighbors claim its a lot more. I thought he had gotten hit by a car.She took Vega to a veterinarian and an X-ray showed his leg was shattered by a high-power pellet gun. I couldnt believe it when he showed me the X-ray, Hanselman said. At least four other cats have not survive their run in with the cat-hater and Hanselman is deeply concerned.
Empty the Shelters: Pet adoption fees reduced this weekend
BISSELL Pet Foundations (BPF) Empty the Shelters (ETS) event will take place July 10-12. More than 160 of BPFs shelter and rescue partners are participating in this reduced fee adoption event which will aim to find forever homes for thousands of cats and dogs. Nows the time to adopt a new best friend for $25 or less at one of the 40 locations across Michigan. BISSEL said since the program began in 2016, Empty the Shelters has found homes for 37,394 pets and counting. During the COVID-19 pandemic alone, 6,231 pets were adopted during two ETS events executed by appointment only, according to BISSEL.
Heres the purr-fect thing you can do with all those old boxes!
The advertiser paid a fee to promote this sponsored article and may have influenced or authored the content. I was browsing the internet for one when it occurred to me... why dont I build him one out of all those old boxes? I think what really makes it, is all the little details like a ships wheel, a pirates flag, cannons along the sides, things like that. Now I just wonder what the neighbors think when they walk by and see a full-blown pirates ship in the window. The Mike Morse Law Firm sponsors our pet features, and wants to help you if you need legal assistance.