PARISH — So often in life it seems a good thing done with the best of intentions goes so wrong and leads to such pain. Eric McIntire, now 53, had those good intentions when he joined the Navy. Then came Somalia. Then came the Gulf War. Then came Iraq. And then came the PTSD. Read More ⇒

For many people, the start of spring is accompanied by an Easter holiday that brings loved ones together in a joyful celebration involving many traditions. For those with furry family members, it is important to note that some of these traditions might introduce new hazards into their pet’s … Read More ⇒

FULTON — It’s been a little over a year now since former Fulton police officer Dave Luddington served for a few months as the city’s animal control officer. Since that time, Fulton had been paying trappers to take care of any animal problems, paying for residents’ first and second trappings … Read More ⇒

While there are many joys that come with owning a cat, one drawback some owners may be familiar with is the occasional discovery of cat vomit. This aspect of cat ownership may spark concern in pet parents, but vomiting in cats can result from a variety of conditions, from benign to harmful. Read More ⇒

This week the pet of the week is Buttercup. Buttercup is our oldest resident here at the shelter at 14 years old. She has been with us for a few months now, and she is one of the friendliest cats we’ve ever had. She does have some early onset kidney issues, however this is very common in old… Read More ⇒

The holiday season is a favorite time of year for many who transform their homes with festive decorations, bake winter treats, and open their doors to guests. Because these traditions introduce new variables into their furry friend’s environment, pet owners should be aware of any potential h… Read More ⇒

This week we have two pets of the week. Meet Ralphie, the tiger with white; and Sal, the all gray kitten. They are two brothers from the same litter. They are about 8 weeks old and ready to be adopted. Both have been neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. They are very sweet kittens whose ho… Read More ⇒

OSWEGO — The Oswego County Health Department reminds residents that COVID-19 protocols will be in place for all remaining rabies clinics this year. The next scheduled clinic runs from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 30, at the Parish Department of Public Works at 24 Dill Pickle Alley. Read More ⇒