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Bills GM Brandon Beane + Wife Cover Your Adoption Fee At SPCA
Remember "Hauschpups"? Kicker Stephen Hauschka and his wife Lindsey started 'Haushpups' during their time in Western New York. Their program covered the cost of adopting animals at local animal shelters. The Hauschka's and the Beane's are actually good friends, so when Stephen was released by the Buffalo Bills, the GM and his wife took it into their own hands to make sure that their spri
Free Cats At The Niagara County SPCA Right Now
If you are looking at a new family member in your house this year, maybe a new cat is in your future. Right now, senior cats will be free for you because one local lawyer is going to pick up the tab for the adoption fees. What exactly is a senior cat...
NY Senate Passes Bill To Stop Pet Stores From Selling Dogs, Cats + Rabbits
Earlier this week, ironically on National Dog Day, a bill passed in the senate that would stop the sale of puppies, cats and rabbits INSIDE of pet stores. There has been a lot of vocal animal groups in New York State that have stood up to try and curb the sale of pets because they claim they support 'profit over puppies', and buying directly from breeders would curb the idea of buying from a rescu
Important Tips To Protect Your Dogs Before New York Opens Back Up
You may have thought it already, but you have had a LOT of interaction with your pet at home right now. You've been cuddling extra, going on so many walks and they've been getting so many good-boy treats. But, as New York begins to look at reopening, are you prepared to leave your dog or cat, who you have been giving so much attention to behind...
SPCA Reducing Adoption Fees For Cats For Limited Time
The SPCA Serving Erie County has had a few promotions this year, such as "Vets & Pets" as well as "Pay What They Weigh." Now, comes another adorable campaign titled, "Hakuna CATata." According to WGRZ, starting July 15th (this Monday), you can take advantage of the "Hakuna CATata" campaign, as cats one year of age or older will be half off. ...

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