Please get your dog/cat fixed this is why

Please get your dog/cat fixed this is why

It's a lonely world for a dog or cat that is next to be euthanized at these animal shelters because of the high cost. And a deep sadness knowing one cared about getting these animals parents neutered and spayed.




I just read that New Jersey Statewide, nearly 17,000 dogs and cats were euthanized at animal shelters in 2015, while more than 48,000 were redeemed by owners or adopted, the survey said.

Posted March 2016: Margie Fishman, The News Journal 1:07 a.m. EDT March 31, 2016

After years of political infighting, the state's two largest animal shelters -- First State Animal Center and SPCA and Delaware SPCA -- are no longer housing stray animals picked up by animal control.

Instead, both nonprofit organizations have kept dozens of cages empty as they focus on revenue-generating operations, such as building dog day care facilities.

Unless the situation changes, the state could see more animals euthanized, warned Adam Lamb, executive director for the Brandywine Valley SPCA. The West Chester, Pennsylvania-based organization, formerly the Chester County SPCA, handles sheltering and caring for Delaware's stray and abused animals under a $6.5 million three-year contract approved by the state last year.

Help take a stand today to reduce the amount of cats/dogs being euthanized regardless of breed!

SO I got to thinking: If you are re homing your kitten or puppy for a fee - you might want to include a discount coupon from your veterinarian to have the adopter to have that pet fixed. (Talk to your veterinarian I am sure they will provide a discount service!)

Do not give this man your cats! (Delaware)

Do not give this man your cats! (Delaware) Please share this animal abuse topic: Do not give this man your cats! He kills them and he is now living in Delaware. He using sites online to request free cats.

Anthony Appolonia is led into court at the Monmouth County Courthouse in Freehold on Dec. 4, 2008, the day he was sentenced to five years in prison for torturing and killing 19 cats. Now living in Delaware, he is allegedly adopting cats again.

Where he is again accused of soliciting cats via Craigslist. Appolonia may use aliases, including but not limited to "Michael Racanelli," "Steve," or "Stephen." Click here for more information:

If you have interacted with or given/sold/adopted cat(s) to someone who you believe may be Appolonia, it's imperative that you notify local law-enforcement right away. PETA is also accepting tips and can be reached at 757-6222-7382 x8037.

Thank you for sharing and protecting animals.

He is released and is now living in Dover Delaware USA. READ MORE

The risk of birth defects caused by Zika needs to stop spreading

In Florida Zika Probe, Federal Scientists Kept At Arm’s Length

Florida has yet to invite a dedicated team of the federal government’s disease hunters to assist with the investigation on the ground.
 07/30/2016 08:16 am ET Read More

ZIKA OUTBREAK HORROR Four Florida cases mean US mosquitoes may be carrying the virus

Four people suffering from the Zika virus in Florida are probably the first cases contracted. Four people suffering from the Zika virus in Florida are probably the first cases contracted within the US, health officials say. So far, cases outside of Latin America and the Caribbean, where the virus is prevalent, have been spread by travel to that region or sexual transmission. The four Florida cases mean US mosquitoes may be carrying the virus. READ MORE

Look if you don't see the future of this outbreak - then think about oncoming generations.

Years to come there will be more Babies that need to be taken care of when they become adults that were born with the Zika virus and have under developed brains. 'It's not the end of the world' but this is something to think about! Where did this ZIKA virus come from anyway.

How does a formerly innocuous and obscure virus like Zika transform itself into a feared pathogen inflicting a devastating impact on global health?

A new UCLA study suggests that the virus possesses the ability to mutate rapidly, allowing the current outbreak to spread swiftly around the world. The Cell Press journal, Cell Host & Microbe, published the findings today in its advance online edition.

“The Zika virus has undergone significant genetic changes in the past 70 years,” explained senior author Genhong Cheng, a professor of microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. “By tracing its genetic mutations, we aimed to understand how the virus is transmitted from person to person and how it causes different types of disease.” READ MORE

ZIKA OUTBREAK HORROR Four Florida cases mean US mosquitoes may be carrying the virus

Four people suffering from the Zika virus in Florida are probably the first cases contracted. Four people suffering from the Zika virus in Florida are probably the first cases contracted within the US, health officials say. So far, cases outside of Latin America and the Caribbean, where the virus is prevalent, have been spread by travel to that region or sexual transmission. The four Florida cases mean US mosquitoes may be carrying the virus. READ MORE

Look if you don't see the future of this outbreak - then think about oncoming generations.

Years to come there will be more Babies that need to be taken care of when they become adults that were born with the Zika virus and have under developed brains. 'It's not the end of the world' but this is something to think about! Where did this ZIKA virus come from anyway.

Why Humans need to fix their cats & dogs

NJ Statewide, nearly 17,000 dogs and cats were euthanized at animal shelters in 2015, while more than 48,000 were redeemed by owners or adopted, the survey said. READ MORE. 548 cats and dogs euthanized in Mercer County last year ALONE!