Owner Worried After 'Roy The Cat' Shot With BB Gun In Pembroke PinesPembroke Pines police are asking for the public's help with any information they can provide that will lead to the arrest of the person who shot a cat on Sunday.
Hurricane Dorian: Tips To Keep Pets Safe During A StormYour pets are members of your family. Don't leave them out of your hurricane plans. Protect them like you protect your family and make sure your pets are safe should you have to leave your home.
Cats Understand Their Names And Are Probably Just Choosing To Ignore You, Study FindsHave you ever wondered whether your cat is ignoring you because it doesn’t understand its name? Several researchers from Japan did, so they tried to get to the bottom of it.
Bill Would Ban Declawing Cats In FloridaDeclawing cats, unless medically necessary, would be banned under a bill proposed for the 2020 legislative session by Sen. Lauren Book.
These Miami-Based Kitties Are Up For Adoption And In Need Of A Good HomeInterested in adopting a pet — or just taking a peek at some cute kitties? There are dozens of deserving cats up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Miami.
Florida Woman Accused Of Dumping 11 Pets On Side Of RoadFlorida authorities say a woman dumped 10 cats and an elderly dog on the side of a road after workers at an animal shelter told her they were unable to take the pets because it was full.
Hollywood Man Faces 87 Charges Related To Animal Cruelty, Unlawful ConfinementA Hollywood man is facing 87 animal-related charges after 28 cats and dogs were found inside a truck in deplorable conditions.
USDA Ends Deadly Experiments On Kittens Critics Dubbed 'Taxpayer Funded Kitten Slaughter'The government is ending its controversial research experiments on kittens after a bipartisan bill, co-sponsored by Florida Congressman Brian Mast, R-Fla, was filed in March describing the practice as "taxpayer-funded kitten slaughter."
Florida Legislative Measure Looks To Protect Pets During DisastersPeople who leave pets restrained outside and unattended during natural or manmade disasters would face up to a year in jail or a fine of up to $5,000, under a measure approved Monday by the Senate Agriculture Committee.
Florida Congressman Co-Sponsors Bill To End 'Taxpayer Funded Kitten Slaughter'Florida Congressman Brian Mast, R-Fla, is co-sponsoring a bill that would end the use of cats and kittens in U.S. Department of Agriculture experiments that cause pain, stress, and death.
Paw-ternity Leave: Companies Offer Paid Leave To Care For Sick PetsSome companies across the U.S. are recognizing this and are now offering employees paid leave to care for new puppies or sick pets.