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National Hairball Awareness Day: Tips for Avoiding Coughing and Cleanup

Categories: Pet Care & Training
If you’re a cat owner, you’re already familiar with the eventuality of hairball cleanup. You know it’s not the most pleasant experience – for you, or your feline friend. But you can do something about the occasional return of the dreaded hairball! In honor of National Hairball Awareness Day (Friday, April 28), we’re sharing a …

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A Day on the Farm

Categories: On the Farm, Our Community, Shelter Life
Spending time at Lollypop Farm, the Humane Society of Greater Rochester, doesn’t just mean hanging out with puppies and kittens, there’s also a farm filled with animals! I was lucky enough to get to spend a day with the devoted farm staff. Walking into Lollypop Farm this day, I didn’t know what to expect. When …

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Equine Open House and Adoption Showcase

Categories: On the Farm, Our Community
Horse lovers from all over the area came to Lollypop Farm to learn more about our growing equine program at our Equine Open House and Adoption Showcase. Horses like Pumpkin, who was transferred from another rescue after a cruelty situation, showed that they’ve learned a few new tricks and can still make great companions. Pumpkin …

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Kittens: Too Much of a Cute Thing?

Categories: Pet Welfare, Shelter Life
Each spring and summer, hundreds of thousands of kittens will be born across the U.S. And while the image may make you think of adorable little balls of fluff running around in the sunshine, for people working in animal welfare it’s all but cute. In fact, this can be one of the busiest and most …

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A Big Issue with Little Pigs

Categories: On the Farm
Time and time again, sickly, malnourished and mistreated pigs arrive at rescue shelters, their conditions often misunderstood by their previous owners. Pig owners that purchase “mini,” “micro,” or “teacup” pigs are shocked when their tiny pets grow into full-sized potbellied pigs, and are often horrified to learn that they have been feeding them only a …

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