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October 22, 2018

Humane Society

Donna Kuhn Talks About Humane Society

Donna Kuhn, left, is thanked for her presentation by Rotary President Carol Reed.

The Oswego Sunrise Rotary Club went to the dogs … and cats Thursday. Donna Kuhn, past president of the Oswego Sunrise Rotary, discussed her work with the Oswego County Humane Society.

Dozens Of Animals Looking For Forever Homes


As the weather starts turning colder, dozens of cats and dogs are seeking a warm, loving ‘forever home.’ The Oswego Animal Shelter needs your help in finding homes for about 60 cats and 16 dogs. The Oswego County Humane Society has about 80 cats and 10 dogs in foster homes right now.

Buddy & Porky’s Pet Health: Surviving Your Owner

Dear Porky and Buddy,

I hope this is not too depressing a subject for you, but I need to ask. I am getting on up there in years and I have three cats whom I love dearly. I worry that something will happen to me and there will be no one to take care of them. Do you have any ideas?

Buddy & Porky: About Animal Cruelty

Dear Porky and Buddy,

I heard on the news last night about two boys being arrested for animal cruelty for basically terrorizing a cat and posting what they did on the internet. Thank goodness the cat wasn’t physically harmed, but if so, is it still cruelty under the law? And a couple of weeks ago I read about some people being arrested for starving their horses almost to death. If they weren’t feeding their animals how come no one caught them sooner? What does New York law say about all this?

Buddy & Porky’s Pet Health: Resolutions

Adopt a new pet. Already have a pet? Remember, they’re like dog biscuits, or cat treats, or chips—you can’t have just one.

And you can find your next new pet at our “Ring in the New Year with a New Pet Adoption Day,” on Saturday, January 16th from 11 to 2 at the Tractor Supply Company, State Route104 East, Oswego. See our pets online at www.oswegohumane.org.

Can You Help This Kitty Find Her Home?

Patzy.The picture you see here is a cat that we recently found begging for food at Patz on the River. The kind people at Patz trapped her and brought her to us. She was wearing a collar, and seemed to be in good health– shall we say “abundant” good health.

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