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Dogs, cats rescued from northern Alberta unveiled at Edmonton Humane Society

The Edmonton Humane Society is looking for loving homes for 51 animals rescued from a remote northern community.

“They were all good animals; they just want good homes. 369 more words

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Fifty cats and dogs collected from northern Alberta community to help with overpopulation

An animal rescue mission months in the making took place in a northern Alberta community Saturday with more than 50 cats and dogs brought back to Edmonton to be readied for adoption. 320 more words

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Edmonton's feral cat catch and release program saves feline lives

It was World Spay Day on Tuesday, a good day for Edmonton’s feral felines.

Seventy-four cats, which roam wild, lived to see the day instead of being euthanized thanks to an ongoing pilot project at the Edmonton Humane Society that traps, neuters and returns the feral animals to their familiar habitat. 549 more words

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Dog breaks free from kennel for all the right reasons

EDMONTON – Despite recently giving up her litter of seven puppies for adoption, an Australian Shepherd cross named Maggie showed off her maternal instincts at a local kennel. 543 more words


Rescue Me: W.I.S.E Project 2016

Sometimes we all need a little rescuing. We all need love and acceptance and often after we have fallen on hard times and pushed our luck to the limit it is a kind word or an act from a stranger that lifts us up. 1,933 more words


Edmonton yogis doing the downward dog with adoptable cats

EDMONTON- It’s the ‘purr-fect’ way to meet your feline match!

The Edmonton Humane Society hosted ‘Cats On Your Mats’ on Saturday, a beginner-friendly yoga class that welcomes cats right into the studio to socialize with potential owners. 113 more words


Cats on your mats: Where yoga-loving, feline-friendly people rejoice

EDMONTON — If you love yoga and you love cats, the Edmonton Humane Society has the purr-fect class for you.

It’s called ‘Cats on Your Mats,’ Edmonton’s first cat yoga class. 291 more words