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SPCAs Team up to Save Animals
Coming together to form the Atlantic Network, the Nova Scotia SPCA, the SPCA Newfoundland & Labrador, the P.E.I. Humane Society, the New Brunswick SPCA and the Fredericton SPCA hope more communication and collaboration among shelters will help solve some of the problems in the region and make life better for the animals they work with.
Animals receive plenty of TLC at Noble farm
Tuesday, January 4th, 2011, Telegraph-Journal
FREDERICTON - There's something about the rescued animals that live with Tina Noble that sets them apart from the others.
N.B. horses seized by SPCA doing well
All 38 horses seized from a farm in northwest New Brunswick last July have been placed in good homes. The animals were so mistreated they had to be taken in by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and put up for adoption.
Charges are laid in the case of the 38 seized horses in Tilley, New Brunswick. Christine McLean talks with the executive director of the SPCA in New Brunswick.
Rescued rabbits find new homes
ST. STEPHEN – They’ve dubbed it “the Bun-derground railroad.” About 75 angora bunnies of every colour and age have now travelled it on their way to House Rabbit Network shelters and new homes in the northeastern United States. (Read more...)