- Animal lovers are rejoicing after the laws in Springfield changed, making it easier to save pit bulls from being euthanized at Springfield’s animal control. But some say just because more rescue organizations can pull pit bulls from animal control, that doesn’t mean they will.
- Animal rights activists are speaking out, ironically, against a movie that's called ‘The Dog Lover’. The dramatic thriller premiered Friday at the Gillioz Theater in downtown Springfield.
- More than a dozen cats are recovering after being left to fend for themselves in a house without air conditioning in the summer heat.
Castaway Animal Rescue Effort (C.A.R.E.) rescued 14 cats and a dog over the weekend from a home in Lawrence County, north of Aurora.
- Here are some pets available for adoption at the Southwest Missouri Humane Society in Springfield, as of May 5, 2016. If you are interested in a pet, you can call (417) 833-2526. (All photos are from UTurn Studios, Springfield, Mo.)
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