NNRAC has donated over 45,000 pounds of dog and cat food to Lyon and Storey Counties
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This cat was found by Debbie Darnell in Dayton, NV. He was apparently starving and hurt in his hind legs. He is very affectionate and sweet.
It is a male, declawed in the front and neutered. Blood test turned out fine except for a diagnosis of diabetes. Insulin was started on 7/8/14 (evening dose).
Debbie Darnell can be reached at 775-443-8478. Contact NNRAC for adoption information.
A local cat owner needs foster care for two cats. Warren Stallings has been in a coma since June 14th. The two cats are his love. His family lives in California.
These are indoor only cats, they are spayed and up to date on shots. NNRAC (Northern Nevada Regional Animal Center) will cover food, and litter.
You can call Dayton Riverside Veterinary Hospital at 775-246-5392 or Deborah (NNRAC) 671-0176 for more information.
Contribuited by Paula Richards
From dogs and cats to sheep grazing on the lawn animals have long been part of life at the White House, but the early twentieth century saw the two largest and most varied critter populations.
Theodore Roosevelt (1901-1909) and his family had a collection of the feathered and furred which included: dogs, cats, a pony, guinea pigs, a pig, chickens, a badger, a rat and a Macaw. Amongst them was Slippers, a six toed diva of a cat who would sleep
on the floor during banquets refusing to move for mere humans.