The community has been asking what the Western Arizona Humane Society in Lake Havasu City and in Kingman are in need of for the animals at the emergency shelter that is set up at Mohave Valley Elementary school . We need bleach, spray bottles, paper towels, linens, dawn dish soap, cat litter and especially donations . We have staff from Lake Havasu City and Kingman working round the clock checking animals in and also taking care of them. All donations can be made at the Western Arizona Humane Society in Lake Havasu City or in Kingman during normal business hours. Thank you for all your prayers and...Read More
Another great special from the Western Arizona Humane Society. Stop littering. Get an affordable spay or neuter for your cats and dogs and help us control pet overpopulation. Please see attached flyer for...Read More
JOIN ME, Jessi Reed Saturday, August 1st from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm at 5842 AZ- Hwy 95, Fort Mohave for The Advanced Animal Care Pet Fair offers fun and education for both ends of the leash through it’s interactive educational booths and giveaways. This the the first year Advanced Animal Care will be hosting it’s pet fair so that owners can take this free opportunity to learn more about their furry family members and have a great time in the process. Topics covered this year will be weight control and laser therapy. There will also be a photo booth and clay paw craft area for pets. Our certified technician will also be giving demonstrations on how to brush your pet’s teeth and trim their nails. Both Dr. Cartwright and Dr. Greeley will also be available for your...Read More
“Thank you Planned Parenthood. God bless you.” — Barack Obama, address to Planned Parenthood, April 26, 2013 WASHINGTON — Planned Parenthood’s reaction to the release of a clandestinely recorded conversation about the sale of fetal body parts was highly revealing. After protesting that it did nothing illegal, it apologized for the “tone” of one of its senior directors. Her remarks lacked compassion, admitted Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards. As if Dr. Deborah Nucatola’s cold and casual discussion over salad and wine of how the fetal body can be crushed with forceps in a way that leaves valuable organs intact for sale is some kind of personal idiosyncrasy. On the contrary, it’s precisely the kind of psychic numbing that occurs when dealing daily with industrial scale destruction of the growing, thriving, recognizably human fetus. This was again demonstrated by the release this week of a second video showing another official sporting that same tone, casual and even jocular, while haggling over the price of an embryonic liver. “If it’s still low, then we can bump it up,” she joked, “I want a Lamborghini.” Abortion critics have long warned that the problem is not only the obvious — what abortion does to the fetus — but also what it does to us. It’s the same kind of desensitization that has occurred in the Netherlands with another mass exercise in life...Read More
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