This Week in the Ottawa Petfinder

LACK OF RIGHT WHALE CALVES SPARKS BIOLOGISTS’ CONCERN – Feb. 27.

87 endangered vultures poisoned by poachers in Mozambique – Feb 26.

2 lions saved from Mideast wars head to South Africa refuge – Feb. 25.

Egan: Presto! Dogs, cats, bicycles — all aboard LRT

Paws and pedals on our new light-rail trains — are we on track for trouble? – Feb 22.

B.C. family angry after care home switches patient’s cat for robotic version – Feb. 22.

Veterinarian accused of fatally shooting neighbour’s bulldogFeb. 22.

Runaway cow in Poland dies ‘from stress’ after recapture – Feb. 22.

Mexican grey wolf population grows by 1 animal, survey says – Feb. 21.

Police say Ontario farmer won’t be charged for shooting neighbour’s dog – Feb. 20.

Coldilocks, the oldest captive polar bear in the US, dies – Feb. 20.

Sheriff: Man helped give goat whiskey, cocaine – Feb. 20.

Police arrest 5 who killed orangutan in Borneo with air gun – Feb. 19.

B.C. man who fatally beat puppy handed four-month jail sentence: SPCA – Feb. 19.

CARIBOU TRAPPED ON ISLAND WITH WOLVES TO BE RELOCATED – Feb. 16.

OC Transpo wants to allow small pets on buses and trains – Feb. 14.

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3 comments on “This Week in the Ottawa Petfinder
  1. John MacLachlan Gray says:

    As for the robotic cat, did the patient complain? If not, kill & stuff the cat & everyone’s happy.

  2. OJM says:

    I have a robo-cat…purrs just like a real cat. I understand there’s a deluxe model that hacks up fur-balls, pees on expensive rugs and places dead vermin on your dining room table.

  3. phargrav says:

    Temperature in June likely higher than now, which will allow assorted Ontario lizards and snakes to run more energetically and (more or less) in a straight line, except maybe for the blue ones.

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