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The Left Jumped the Shark!

The Left Jumped the Shark!

. By Michael Greer “Trump says immigrants are animals”. Everyone knows that’s not what he said. If anyone doubted the media was determined to overturn an election, this should end all doubt. But not to be deterred, the Progressives then JUMPED THE SHARK by doubling down and defending the “humanity” of MS13 gang members, whose […]

Sparks in the Divine Tragi-Comedy

Sparks in the Divine Tragi-Comedy

by Phil Erwin Last week’s most outrageous political conflict revolved around Trumpian remarks taken from a meeting the President had with a group of California lawmakers and law-enforcers, who met with Trump to discuss the difficulties of discharging their professional responsibilities under California’s so-called “sanctuary state” law. Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims explained how “sanctuary” […]

Clear The Shelters Adoption Event – August 19th

Clear The Shelters Adoption Event – August 19th

Hosted by Ventura County Animal Services                                     💥 BIGGEST ADOPTION EVENT of 2017!💥  . Help us #ClearTheShelters on August 19, 2017 at our Camarillo Animal Shelter and Simi Valley Animal Shelter! Each $20 dog and cat adoption comes with $998 worth of services, gifts and […]

Will the Great American Eclipse make animals act strangely? Science says yes

Will the Great American Eclipse make animals act strangely? Science says yes

It’s not just humans who will be affected by the Great American Eclipse coming on Aug. 21 — expect animals to act strangely too. Anecdotal evidence and a few scientific studies suggest that as the moon moves briefly between the sun and the Earth, causing a deep twilight to fall across the land, large swaths […]

Back-to-School and After-School Volunteering for Paw Works! 

Back-to-School and After-School Volunteering for Paw Works! 

It’s that time of the year! End of August means back-to-school spirit is in full swing and we, here, at Paw Works cannot wait, because for us it means the expansion of after-school volunteering. Paw Works offers a unique and inspiring opportunity for kids to volunteer with our animals through the Child Pet Ambassador (CPA) […]

Home for the Holidays — Pets looking for Foster Folks

Home for the Holidays — Pets looking for Foster Folks

♪♫♪ I’ll be home for Christmas, you can count on me. Please have snow and mistletoe, and presents under the tree ♪♫♪ We don’t have snow or mistletoe, but we have animals that would love to stay with you for a few nights! Short term foster homes are needed this holiday season for a select […]

Hospital Allows Dog to Visit Her Dying Owner to Say Goodbye (WATCH)

Hospital Allows Dog to Visit Her Dying Owner to Say Goodbye (WATCH)

In a moment of compassion, order a California hospital allowed a loyal pup to visit the bedside of her dying owner. Ryan Jessen thought he had a migraine, physician but the pain turned out to be caused by a ventricular brain hemorrhage. style=”display:inline-block;width:300px;height:250px” data-ad-client=”ca-pub-8420654331411867″ data-ad-slot=”1313712966″> In his final days at a California hospital his best […]

EMERGENCY ALERT: Ventura County Animal Services

EMERGENCY ALERT:  Ventura County Animal Services

From their Facebook Page: In 35 years of operation we have NEVER been so OVERCROWDED! We have 554 available dogs, cats and rabbits but 600+ in our care! We URGENTLY need RESCUE RESPONSE to stay NO KILL! 64 animals came in TODAY and 75 came in YESTERDAY!!! We’ve suspended owner surrenders but people are bringing […]

ENJOY A NIGHT OF CHRISTMAS CHEER AND HELP AN ABANDONED PET FIND A HOME!

ENJOY A NIGHT OF CHRISTMAS CHEER AND HELP AN ABANDONED PET FIND A HOME!

It’s not too late to get your ticket for the Dec. 16 holiday musical event “I’ll Be Home for Christmas”! Featuring a special appearance by Kaley Cuoco, star of The Big Bang Theory, and her new furry friend, Chester (rescued by Paw Works), the show benefits Paw Works non-profit animal rescue. Your ticket can help […]

Why Not A National Day of the Farm?

Why Not A National Day of the Farm?

By Sheryl Hamlin Speaking to a sold out audience at the 2015 Ventura County Farm Day barbecue, Mary Maranville thanked her team which included the farmers who opened their operations to the public, the sponsors, the volunteers and the institution of farming itself saying we need to thank the 1% who provide food for the […]

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