Voting ends late Friday night for the Lawrence Humane Society’s Cutest Crowler Contest.
Any loving pet owner can tell you that their pet is, indeed, the cutest pet. Now there’s a chance to back up that claim with statistics and get your babies the recognition they deserve, all while supporting the Lawrence Humane Society.
The Lawrence Humane Society (along with hundreds of other shelters across the country) is waiving all adoption fees Saturday, in an effort to get all animals available for adoption matched up with their new families.
Bear’s slightly scruffy, mostly-black fur is tinged with gray around his nose and paws. His big brown eyes might not appear quite as sad if we didn’t know what he had been through in the past couple of days. But we know that Wednesday morning, Bear was stabbed and went into shock.
Updated at 11:04 p.m. Friday: Starting Saturday, there will be no federal legal protections in place to stop evictions, which could mean a lot of people will lose housing. If you’re at risk in Lawrence, here are some resources to help.
An influx of returned pets adopted during the pandemic is pushing pet shelters across the state beyond capacity.
Working with animals, particularly dogs, has been Anthony Barnett’s life in Lawrence for two decades. Now, he wants to start a new venture he hopes will lead to more dog adoptions in Lawrence — a bar.
The Lawrence Humane Society’s Paw Valley Challenge begins Saturday. No team? No problem — all are welcome on Sugar’s team.
In the past six months, the Lawrence Humane Society’s Crisis Pet Retention program has helped more than 500 pets, according to the organization.
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