This week in the Ottawa Petfinder

Farmers dig cows’ path to freedom
CATTLE LEFT STRANDED AFTER NEW ZEALAND QUAKE

– Nov. 16

Organic farms aid in cranes’ comeback
– Nov. 15.
crane-feeding
Kitties are catalyst for latest café bid
Josée Cyr is hoping Ottawans will pounce on a new cat café set to open this spring, complete with vegetarian-friendly eats, a selection of local artisanal coffee and, of course, around a half-dozen cuddly, purring cats.
Feline Café will be the first daily cat café in Ottawa. It joins The Purrfect Café at Kind Space in Centretown, which holds a cat meet-up with coffee and tea every second Thursday of the month.
– Nov. 12.

Let’s give urban wildlife a voice in Ottawa; Promoting the health of birds and animals is a must, write Debbie Lawes, Anouk Hoedeman and Donna DuBreuil

– Nov. 8.

Purple sandpiper a rare sighting among fall migrant visitors
– Nov. 12.

Rare sighting of pink-footed goose near Casselman
– Nov. 5.

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2 comments on “This week in the Ottawa Petfinder
  1. OJM says:

    “Feline Café”? “Grab-a-Pussy Coffeehouse”, surely.

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