Pets

6 Feb 20170 Dunkirk, N.Y. ─ The Fix Your Feline Fund, a fund of the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation (NCCF), announces a partnership with Dunkirk Animal Clinic to provide free feline spay and neutering clinics to low-income individuals. The Fix Your Feline Fund was created in 2012 to address the issue of feline overpopulation in the Dunkirk and Fredonia communities by providing assistance to pet owners. The Dunkirk Animal Clinic will schedule appointments on one Thursday per month, four cats per month. The clinics begin at 8 a.m. and owners must pick up their cat that same afternoon. This service is provided on a first come, first served...

2 Feb 20170 This week we are featuring “Snoopy” and “Tipster.” Snoopy is a 6 year old terrier that knows his mind. He is a bit quirky and needs a calm home with no cats. He is fine with calm dogs and kids over 13 years old. He is looking for someone that understands him and will be patient as he settles in. Tipster is a 5 year old kitty that would do best in a quiet home. He knows who he likes and loves attention from his friends. Tipster has been here for almost 2 years and is really ready for a forever home of his own. If you have a special place in your heart and home for either of these pets, please stop by the Strunk Road Adoption...

2 Feb 20170 State University of New York at Fredonia Psychology Professor Nancy Gee co-authored a newly published University of Cambridge study that found children derive more satisfaction from relationships with their pets than with their brothers and sisters. The study, reported in the online Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, was conducted in collaboration with the WALTHAM Centre for Pet Nutrition, part of Mars Petcare, and was co-funded by the Economic and Social Research Council. It was part of a larger study, led by Claire Hughes, deputy director of the Centre for Family Research at the University of Cambridge, England. Researchers...

18 Jan 20171 “Dog gone funny” may be the best way to describe the next offering in the Kaleidoscope Family Series at the State University of New York at Fredonia. Rockefeller Arts Center will present two performances of “Mutts Gone Nuts!” as part of its popular family series. Show times are 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 4 in Marvel Theatre on the Fredonia campus. This “comedy canine cabaret” features rescue dogs that steal the show and then steal your heart. “Mutts Gone Nuts!” performs throughout the country and has been featured on the syndicated television program “The View.” While the Kaleidoscope Series is geared for...
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