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Pet Vet: Flea season

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Pet Vet Dr. Sandi Norman talks about flea season and what to watch out for.Read more

After hours adoptions Friday night at the Indianapolis animal shelter

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Indianapolis Animal Care Services is hoping to attract a crowd to its south side shelter Friday night.Read more

Adopt pets for free at IACS Adopt-A-Thon Friday night

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Indianapolis Animal Care Services typically gets more animals dropped off during cold weather, so it's holding an Adopt-A-Thon to free up kennel space.Read more


Cat put in 'solitary confinement' for freeing other cats from shelter

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A cat named Quilty has been setting his feline friends free at a Houston animal shelter, forcing staff to put him in solitary confinement. Read more

Monday night black cat still on the loose at MetLife Stadium

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MetLife Stadium officials said Thursday the search for the fleet feline that briefly delayed the nationally televised game between the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys...Read more

Fat cat named Cinder-Block breaks the internet with workout routine video

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A video of Cinder-Block, the fat cat who hates her workouts, went viral over the weekend. It turns out, she is hitting the gym.Read more

IACS out of space, offering free adoptions to avoid 'tough decisions'

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The shelter is offering free adoptions to help pets find homes.Read more

Tennessee animal rescue tries to find home for orphaned one eyed cat

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An East Tennessee cat rescue is looking for a forever home for a kitty lovingly named "Hobo Da Cat." He doesn't let his single eye and three teeth keep him down.Read more

IACS continues free adoptions due to full shelter

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If you're considering getting a new pet you may want to go to Indianapolis Animal Care Services.Read more


Adoptable pets star in new, live Animal Planet show

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America's adoptable pets are getting a chance to win your heart on live TV.Read more

Michigan becomes a 'no-kill' state for shelter animals

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In order to be considered a "no-kill" state, 90 percent of shelter animals have to be returned to owners, adopted, or transferred to other organizations.Read more