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What to do with animals in the course of a pandemic

Caroline Cloninger’s 3-year-old golden retriever named Sadie loves to swim.
SealpPoint Siamese cat Ta-Ling (the darker cat) and blue point Siamese Jin-Jin sit on top of a fountain in the garden of Elizabeth Pavlakis, who is the gallery manager of Select Fine Art on Worth Avenue.
Dee Banker’s white Persian is adopted and is named Hibou beige, which means snow owl.
Coconut Row’s Dr. Mitchell Josephs has a Chipin (Chihuahua/miniature pinscher) named Casey, who was a rescue roaming free in Miami after a hurricane.
Councilwoman Julie Araskog’s 13-year-old Peek-a-chon Ellie is hiding with her “bunkmate” Mikey, whom Julie saved one day before he was to be euthanized.

When early stories about the virus first came out, the rapid dilemma of most pet owners was, “Can I catch COVID from my dog or cat?”

The solution, so considerably, has been no. But that doesn’t mean they can not


Hold Animals Absent From Human Marijuana Goods


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As the authorized marijuana marketplace carries on to increase, our four-legged companions have unwittingly gotten caught up in the cannabis


East Bay animals of the week for Jan. 29

Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society — Benji is the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society’s pet of the 7 days. 

Hello, I’m Benji, a fantastic tiny dude with heaps of persona and love to give! If you meet up with me, you will