MESQUITE, Texas — Officials with the City of Mesquite said Friday that the animal services department rescued 111 dogs from a single residential location this week. According to officials, the City on Thursday was made aware of a home that may have had "a large number of dogs." Animal services responded and found 111 small breed dogs.
Staff at Mesquite Animal Services rescued 111 small-breed dogs Thursday from a single home after receiving report of a large number of dogs at the location. “The property owner surrendered the animals to the City, and we transported them to our shelter for impoundment and intake vaccines,” said Maria Martinez, director of Mesquite’s Neighborhood Services, in a city press release. “We worked with our rescue partners and by the end of the day, all the dogs left the shelter to begin their new journey.”
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The Mesquite animal shelter rescued 111 small breed dogs from a household on Thursday. The city was made aware by a nuisance complaint from one of the neighbors. Neighborhood Services Director Maria Martinez said the officer originally estimated the owner to have 15 to 20 dogs. Martinez said the homeowner...
This year’s Clear the Shelters event gave the Waxahachie Animal Shelter the wiggle room it needed. Terri Muniz, Waxahachie’s animal control supervisor, said the annual event led to the adoption of 49 animals from Aug. 1 through Sept. 19 with another 17 being sent to rescue organizations. Muniz said another five dogs were sent to a rescue group Thursday.
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When you think of cat cafés, you might assume something along the line of Fleabag's guinea pig themed café, not an eatery actually populated by cats. But that's what you get at The Casual Cat. Crazy cat ladies and gents with a love of felines greater than the Tiger King's can make the drive to Richland Hills to cuddle with cats for just $11 an hour for a refreshment garnished with a bit of fur ball. All the cats are up for adoption. The cat lover haven also sells cat merchandise and offers activities such as yoga with cats, crafts with cats and painting with cats.
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