The Truth About Greyhound Racetracks

We’d like to believe that certain forms of sadistic entertainment are a thing of the past, such as dogfighting, cock fighting and bear baiting. While the public endorsement of such blood sports has declined, they are far from being a thing of the past; underground fighting rings are frequently raided by police, while other exercises…
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Two Chances Left To Take Part In Paws For Reading At Fargo Public Library

For any animal-loving elementary school children who need more motivation to read, the Fargo Public Library offers Paws for Reading, a program where children read out loud to trained therapy dogs. Starting back in September, this event has been held the second Saturday of each month. Now there are two last sessions remaining: one being…
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Take Action: Ban Animal Gas Chambers

Chances are most people would associate the phrase “gas chamber” with the Holocaust, and rightfully so. Its genocide program is perhaps the most widely documented use of gas chambers in history. Within concentration camps, one gas chamber was large enough to kill as many as 2,500 people at once. Deaths within gas chambers are extremely…
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CATS Cradle’s Third Annual Comedy Fundraiser

WHAT: Rock the Cradle fundraiser for CATS Cradle Shelter WHERE: Garage Bar, 3108 9th St S, Moorhead WHEN: Thurs, Feb. 27, 6 p.m. HOW MUCH: $20 On Thursday, February 27th, the Garage Bar in Moorhead will provide the venue for the 3rd Annual “Rock the Cradle” fundraiser for CATS Cradle Shelter. Featuring stand-up comedians, door…
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What To Do If Your Pet Goes Missing

Judging by the amount of missing pet fliers hung all over the Fargo-Moorhead area, lost pets are a growing problem; one that is especially concerning in the wintertime. Luckily there are precautions and courses of action that can be taken to secure the safety and security of pets, and increase the chances of finding them…
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