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FERAL FELINE FEEDER FIRED

For a time, Cornell University 's Animal Science Teaching and Research Center paid for the care of a population of feral cats living in the Center's diary barns. In response to health and safety ...
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BISHOP & STORM SPARED EXECUTION

Bishop and Storm were sentenced to death by a Suffolk County District Court Judge for attacking, and seriously injuring, Sophie. How is such a draconian result possible, you ask? Well, Bishop and ...
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ANIMAL SHELTER LIABLE FOR STOLEN KISSES

Darlene Feger sued the Warwick Animal Shelter in Orange County Supreme Court for money damages and to recover possession of "Kisses," her stolen cat. Apparently, the shelter accepted the white ...
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THE BARD AND THE BULL

Are you ready for a decision that reads like an unbelievable children's story? On September 27, 2001, Larry Bard, a self-employed carpenter, had an encounter with a hornless dairy bull named "Fred." ...
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THEY FEED HORSES IN SCHOHARIE, DON'T THEY?

We couldn't let the day pass without commenting on the usually high number of animal-cruelty decisions that were published this past week. On Thursday, March 30, 2006, we reported on the Appellate ...
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LIFE OUTSIDE THE FISHBOWL: NOW THAT'S CRUEL

Many of us, at one point or another, have owned a goldfish (or two) or know of a family member or friend who shares a home with those lovable cold-blooded creatures. But I'm willing to wager that ...
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