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Beloved Cat Shot by Hunter’s Arrow in Henderson County

Beloved Cat Shot by Hunter’s Arrow in Henderson County. $1500 Reward Offered for Arrest and Conviction of Person(s) Responsible.

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BROTHER WOLF’S MOBILE SPAY AND NEUTER CLINIC TRAVELS TO TRANSYLVANIA, RUTHERFORD, AND HAYWOOD COUNTIES

Brother Wolf Animal Rescue’s new mobile veterinary clinic is now providing low-cost spay and neuter surgeries to cats and dogs in Transylvania, Rutherford, and Haywood counties, with plans to expand to more counties throughout western North Carolina.

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Vegan Rapper Hosts Puppy Bowl Festivities in Hendersonville

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Grey, creator of the famous “Vegan Thanksgiving” rap, to host Puppy Bowl festivities at Kanuga Conference & Retreat Center on Super Bowl Sunday 2019

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Local dog bed company Helping Hound helps animals in need

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by donating a bed for every bed purchased

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Ingles to Donate 50 Cases of Cat Food to Asheville Humane Society

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On Wednesday, November 7 at 9 AM, Ingles Markets will be delivering 2 pallets of dry cat food to Asheville Humane Society for their Pet Food Assistance Program.

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Adoption Fees Waived for Senior Pets at Brother Wolf All November

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In honor of Adopt a Senior Pet Month, Brother Wolf Animal Rescue will be waiving the adoption fees for senior dogs and cats for the month of November.

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Drag Queen Bingo Event to Benefit Brother Wolf Animal Rescue

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Brother Wolf Animal Rescue’s annual Drag Queen Bingo event is back and better than ever. This year’s event, presented by O.Henry’s of Asheville, will take place on Friday, November 2nd from 7-9:30pm at the Crowne Plaza.

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Brother Wolf Prepares to Rescue Animals Affected by Hurricane Michael

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Just weeks after returning from their Hurricane Florence rescue efforts, Brother Wolf Animal Rescue has begun work to help animals affected by Hurricane Michael, currently descending upon the Florida’s Gulf Coast.

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Asheville Humane Society to Host Pop-Up Cat Cafe

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Kitten season is in full swing and Asheville Humane Society has plenty of felines who need loving homes. To help them all get adopted, Asheville Humane Society will host its first pop-up cat cafe on Friday and Saturday, August 3 - 4, in Gerber Village (Suite 104). Gerber Mills LLC is temporarily donating the unoccupied space to Asheville Humane Society for this event.

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Protecting Your Dog From Pests: Things To Remember

The joy and excitement that your dog spread in your home through her unconditional love, naughtiness and by being playful, makes her the most important part of your family. You can’t imagine a day without her waiting to welcome you at the door when you are back from work after a long day. So, it’s really important that your furry friend stays healthy, fit and happy. Pests and parasites are a major threat to the health of your dog as well as to your family. Pests tend to thrive in places that are warm and humid. Your dogs have a higher chance of pest infestation when they go outside for a walk or to play during the warm summer seasons. Pests like fleas and ticks usually stay hidden on tall grass and when your dog comes in contact with the grass the ticks and fleas could enter her body. Mosquitoes, ants, bees, and wasps are some of the other pests that attack your pets including dogs causing a number of health issues. Besides redness, severe itching and rashes, pests like ticks and fleas are responsible for more serious diseases like anemia, Lyme disease, and Rocky Mountain spotted fever. All these …

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