Thursday, June 7, 2018
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Governor Matt Bevin Proclaims Kentucky Week for the Animals Celebration April 21-29, 2018!
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - April 19, 2018 - PRLog -- Animal World USA is pleased to announce the 10th Annual Kentucky Week for the Animals celebration will kick off Saturday, April 21st and go through Sunday, April 29, 2018. The week will bring underscore community spirit as people come together on behalf of the animals in the beautiful Bluegrass state that has given us a love and appreciation of horses unlike any other state in our great union.
This extraordinary week will feature awesome animal-themed events at Kentucky libraries, Earth Day events across the state, pet first aid classes, ways to volunteer to help animals, scores of awesome multiple pet adoption events, feedings for the farm animals, festivals and pet first aid awareness, Paint Your Pet fundraiser for the Pitties, ways to help the feral cats, Audubon Birding Festival, Owl Weekend, free and low cost spay/neuter opportunities, veggie events, activities to help the felines, 5Ks, Unleash Your Inner Hero dinner and auction, dog training classes, New Vocations Open House, BBQ for the equines, unique ways to help the retired racehorses, youth activities, pet food banks, free and/or low cost vaccinations, a salute to the working K-9's, the military and much more!
Fun-filled event events are planned for the amazing week approaching for Kentucky animals! Precious lives will be saved and communities transformed during this exciting week. The annual Kentucky Week for the Animals will continue to build new relationships for the animals and people in a community-strengthening manner. Visit the official website for complete contact and event information at http://kentuckyanimals.org/
Monday, March 26, 2018
Florida Week for the Animals Coming March 31-April 8, 2018!
(Tampa, FL) The 9th Annual Florida Week for the Animals will be celebrated from March 31-April 8, 2018! During the extraordinary week, animal shelters, rescue groups, educational institutions and humane organizations across the state will be hosting over 100 fun-filled animal-related special events that will be saving lives, building relationships, helping animals and strengthening communities. Educators, students, businesses and caring citizens across the state will be joining in to celebrate and help animals.
Events in the spotlight will include pet adoption events, low cost spay/neuter & vaccination events, Easter pet promotions, Volunteer days at Jungle Friends Primate Sanctuary, thank you to Eglin Air Force handlers and K-9’s, displays and R.E.A.D. dog programs in libraries,Veg meetups, Painting for Pups, low cost cat spay neuter ops, Tree donations/sale to citizens for upcoming Arbor & Earth Day, Greyhound adoptions & awareness events, children’s book donations, horse adoptions/help with supplies events, pet food donations, Manatee activities for the family, farm animal sanctuary events, wildlife center activities and therapy animals visiting hospitals and living-assisted homes.
Also to be included are search & rescue orgs, vegetarian and vegan meetups, parrot education classes, low cost clinics, puppy & dog training, educational events and fun-filled activities for families to enjoy friendship, food, music on behalf of the always amazing animals. There is more being planned!
Monday, January 15, 2018
The 7th Annual India Week for the Animals kicks off January 20-28, 2018 and is spotlighting animal organizations, welfare initiatives, sanctuaries, campaigns, students, artists, educators, community leaders, decision makers and caring citizens in a week of awareness-building activities for India's animals.
The week features opportunities to help farm animals, wildlife events, educational activities, veggie and vegan events and meetups, advocate for India's animals, bird tours, advocate events, film showings, low cost services, species/animals who need our help and much more! All these activities and events will shine the spotlight on the amazing animals and compassionate people throughout India.
Organizers released a statement saying, "We are grateful again to underscore the devotion and love for animals from India's people that is admired and respected throughout the world. We are extremely grateful for the gracious response that the animal welfare organizations and people have shown. Together we further seek to help the amazing animals and build wonderful new relationships that will last a lifetime! We encourage everyone to support India's animals and organizations." Visit http://www.indiaanimals.org/
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
George Graham Vest (December 6, 1830 – August 9, 1904) was a U.S. politician. Born in Frankfort, KY he was known for his skills in oration and debate. Vest, a lawyer as well as a politician, served as a Missouri Congressman and finally a US Senator. He is best known for his "a Man's Best Friend" closing arguments from the trial in which damages were sought for the killing of a dog named Old Drum on October 18,1869. Below is his summation to the jury which won the case.
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Governor Terry McAuliffe proclaims 1st Annual Virginia Week for the Animals
June 6-14, 2015!
The dynamic week will underscore community spirit throughout Virginia as the citizens and welfare organizations join together to help and celebrate the amazing animals.
Virginia Week for the Animals will be spotlighting humane organizations, shelters, sanctuaries, businesses, students, advocates, community leaders, decision makers and caring citizens in an action-packed, compassionate week of fun-filled activities for the animals!