Pets Trust Miami
“Pets’ Trust Miami” is not giving up on a measure to make Miami-Dade shelters ‘no kill’.
Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez is backing off a proposed property-tax rate hike for the 2013-2014 budget.
Pets’ Trust Miami proposed a new bill in efforts to reduce the large number of stray cats and dogs in Miami-Dade County and decrease unwanted animals being put down each year.
Measures intended to reduce the number of unwanted animals put down each year, including a bill that allows voters to support using property taxes for neutering costs, were advanced without opposition in the Senate Agriculture Committee on Monday.
A Kendall businessman hopes a weekend publicity will raise awareness and garner a few more ‘yes’ votes for a measure on the November 6th ballot which would save more animals at the county’s Animal Services from being put to death.
A Kendall businessman is putting the spotlight on South Florida’s homeless pet crisis by spending the weekend in a cage at Miami-Dade Animal Services.
The Pet’s Trust, Michael Rosenberg goes behind bars for Miami-Dade’s animals.
Miami-Dade county residents will get a chance to vote on the creation of the Miami-Dade Pets’ Trust that would help eliminate the killing of some 20,000 dogs and cats a year.
You’ve probably heard of Occupy Miami but Saturday, it was BARKupy Miami that filled Tropical Park with four-legged friends and their owners fighting for the right to vote on laws that would save animals.