RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Euthanasia

A collection of news and information related to Euthanasia published by this site and its partners.

Top Euthanasia Articles

Displaying items 13-24
  • Nonprofit is sought to help run Baltimore County animal shelter

    Nonprofit is sought to help run Baltimore County animal shelter
    At Baltimore County's animal shelter this week, dozens of animals were waiting for someone to adopt them. Among them were Cisco, a year-old pit bull terrier, a bulldog named Ivan and Sugar Pie, a tricolor cat. But judging by shelter statistics,...
  • Trap-neuter-release works to control feral cats

    Trap-neuter-release works to control feral cats
    Op-ed writer George Fenwick's assertion that trap, neuter and release programs (TNR) lead to an increase in the number of uninoculated species is unfounded. He obviously does not understand how TNR works. TNR is a program that allows a cat caretaker...
  • A sad end for a kitten, and a lesson for pet owners

    This past weekend, I found a litter of stray kittens in my neighborhood. I attempted to capture them to send to a local shelter where they would have a chance at finding a permanent home. The kittens scattered when I approached, and I was only able to...
  • Help prevent slaughter of horses

    Recently, the ban blocking U.S. Department of Agriculture inspections of horses for human consumption was lifted. This is disconcerting to many animal lovers and horse enthusiasts and owners. Humans domesticated horses and used them for war, travel and...
  • Debate continues between Harford Humane Society and former shelter volunteer group HOPE

    Debate continues between Harford Humane Society and former shelter volunteer group HOPE
    Two opposing organizations with the same objective: help Harford County's animals. Where they differ is when the decision comes to either put the animal up for adoption or to have it euthanized. And while the two groups have had little, if any, back and...
  • District 3: Robert W. Curran

    District 3: Robert W. Curran
    1. Please describe your educational and professional background and how it has prepared you to serve on the City Council. I worked for 16 years at Domino Sugar as a shipping foreman and process foreman, and was a member of Local 692, Retail Clerks...
  • In a perfect world

    What a wonderful thing it would be if every dog could curl up with a loyal human companion, or if every cat had a human caretaker who understood its many moods. The world would be a better place. Pets enrich the lives of many families in Harford...
  • Caring makes animal shelter great

    Editor: I am responding to the letter written by Jennifer Brown, PETA investigator, published Sept. 30 I the Open Forum. I fully agree that spaying/neutering is the best long-term answer to pet overpopulation, however, I disagree that no-kill shelter...
  • Readers Respond: The new Dr. Death

    Justin Fenton's account of Dr. Lawrence Egbert confirms disability advocates' worst fears about "assisted suicide" ("City doctor at center of assisted-suicide debate", May 22). This practice is not limited to terminally-ill people on the verge of...
  • Key lawmakers question Md. execution process

    The co-chairs of a Maryland regulatory committee warned Friday that a failed execution attempt in Ohio could be repeated here without mandatory medical training for executioners and raised concerns about the use of lethal drugs deemed too cruel for even...
  • Activists hope to keep up momentum

    PINELLAS PARK, Fla. - The Rev. Ed Martin does not want to squander the attention that the Terri Schiavo case has given his cause. In the month the anti-abortion activist spent outside the hospice housing the severely brain-damaged woman, he has given...
  • Ballet company brings Sleeping Beauty's wedding to Broward Center

    Ballet company brings Sleeping Beauty's wedding to Broward Center
    The ballet “Sleeping Beauty Act III (Aurora’s Wedding)“ has it all. That’s what Lynda DeChane, artistic director of the Hollywood-based South Florida Ballet Theater, thinks, and that’s why she’s staging it Saturday as...