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Fargo shelter asks for community’s help in finding cats their forever homes

Cats Cradle says it will never euthanize its adoptable animals

FARGO, N.D. — A Fargo cat shelter is assuring the community it will never euthanize adoptable animals after a local news outlet incorrectly reported it was considering it. Cats Cradle co-founder Jill Frederick says no one from the shelter was interviewed by the news outlet for that story. The shelter has been asking for community support and fosters as its…

Kilstone Brewing Holds “Pups on the Patio” Fundraiser

They had a costume contest for dogs

FARGO, N.D. — Kilstone  Brewing teamed up with “4 Luv of Dog Rescue” to raise awareness about rescuing animals in need. They had a puppy photo booth, along with a costume contest for dogs. There were free samples of homemade dog treats. Every person who registered got a free beer. “There are far too many dogs and cats out there that…

12-Year-Old Joins Lawsuit Against Attorney General Sessions Over Medicinal Marijuana

She says having a drop of THC twice a day has kept her seizure-free for nearly three years

  NATIONAL — A Colorado 12-year-old is taking U.S. Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, to court over the legalization of medical marijuana on a national scale. “I have intractable epilepsy so I have seizures that traditional medications wouldn’t really help,” said Alexis Bortell. “I would like to be able to visit my grandparents without risking being taken to a foster home.”…

Senator Hoeven Hosts Fargo Woman Being Honored as an “Angel in Adoption”

Marian is in Washington, D.C. this week to be honored at the national Angels in Adoption congressional breakfast and gala

  WASHINGTON, D.C. — Senator Hoeven played host to Marian Kadrie of Fargo whom he nominated to receive the Angel in Adoption award. Marian worked for 40 years in schools in Fargo and Moorhead and she has fostered more than 300 children during her over 30 years as a foster parent. She currently has two girls living with her. Marian…

Pet Connection: Meet Bella

Bella is aptly named. And she's just as brainy as she is beautiful.

And we’re not saying she’s smart just because she laughs at Emily’s jokes, right on cue. Bella and her rescue worker, CAARE avian rescue worker Casey Backlund, stopped by the KVRR morning show for a live in-studio interview about what it takes to successfully adopt an umbrella cockatoo, which is what Bella is. Bella is only 15 years, which is…