The hurried rush of back-to-school and shorter days means families are spending more time focused on school work and active schedules. That may mean leaving your furry friends at home alone more often. Now is an important time to incorporate your recently adopted dog, cat, puppy or kitten in the family's new routine. Read More
My husband was evicted and our pets are now in possession of animal control. How do I go about getting them back?
My friend was watching my cat while I was moving. He now refuses to give my cat back, what can I do?
My boyfriend recently passed away and his sister is trying to take the dog we got together.
My Ex was at my place gathering her things after our breakup. When I returned home I found my dog missing.
My sister found an abandoned kitten 11 years ago and it has been in the care of myself and my family for that time. Now she is moving and wants to take the cat that has been in our care for over a decade.
A lady captured my cat and neutered him by herself without my consent. He had to undergo emergency surgery because he was fixed by a non-veterinarian. What can I do?
A friend of mine says his roommate is neglecting his Husky and has said that there are signs of physical abuse. Is there a way to rescue the dog from this abuse?
My aunt is refusing to give me the most recent medical records for the cat my mother had before she passed. What can I do to obtain these medical records?
We found a dog online and the family was offering her as “free to a good home.” Recently, someone reached out to us and stated that the dog was supposed to be returned to the shelter if they family was going to get rid of her.