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New Hanover County, NC Pets & Animals

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1-Year-old Siberian Husky is looking for a new home

NEW HANOVER COUNTY (WWAY)– This week’s Pet Pal is a 1-year-old Siberian Husky named Sky and is in need of a forever home after being found surrendered by her owner. According to staff at the New Hanover County Animal Shelter she is very energetic and loving. They say they’ll only adopter “sky” to someone who understands the breed and knows how to train and care for this type of dog.
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Pet Pals: 2-Year-old tabby cat is looking for a new home

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — This week’s Pet Pal is a gray male tabby cat named Tigger who is in need of a new home. New Hanover County Animal Services Supervisor Stephen Watson tells us Tigger was removed from his last home due to poor living conditions and being mistreated. Watson...
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NHSO sees increase in owner surrenders at animal shelter

NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — The pandemic has impacted many people physically, emotionally, and financially — leaving some people with difficult decisions to give up things that they love. The New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services Unit Shelter Manager Stephen Watson said their owner surrender hotline has seen...
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Pet Pals: 2-year-old domestic short-hair cat is in need of a new home

NEW HANOVER COUNTY (WWAY) — This week’s Pet Pal is a 2-year-old domestic short-hair cat. New Hanover County Animal Services Supervisor Stephen Watson described him to be very calm, loving, and talkative. He said he is in need of a new home since he was found on a community members door step and they were unable to keep him.
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It’s ‘spider season’, a local expert explains which spiders you should be worried about

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) —It is ‘spider season’ here in North Carolina, and you’ve probably seen them around the area, big and colorful with intricate webs. Matt Collogan, a consumer horticulture agent with the New Hanover County Cooperative Extension, says large spiders like Banana Spiders and the Black and Yellow Argiope may draw your attention as they reach full size towards the end of summer and into the fall.