SHELTERS

Homeward Animal Shelter Seeking Homes for Adult Cats, Kittens

The "Feline Frenzy" wraps up Sunday afternoon

FARGO, N.D. —¬†Homeward Animal Shelter is looking for prospective families to adopt several of their adult cats. This weekend, people could adopt the felines for $25, or they can bring home a kitten for $65. They currently have 160 cats in their care, half of which are over the age of one. Heather Clyde, the Shelter Manager, says they need…

Jamestown Animal Shelter Taking in Animals from Louisiana

The shelter is expected to get up to four dogs in the next week.

1/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 4/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 5/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 6/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 7/7 Show Caption Hide Caption JAMESTOWN, ND — Prairie Paws in Jamestown is getting animals from Louisiana shelters to make room for animals stranded by Harvey. The shelter is expected…

Shelters Dealing with More Animal Runaways During Fireworks Season

Shelters see an increase in animal runaways caused by loud fireworks

WEST FARGO, ND — Barbecuing and booming fireworks are usually the first things on everyone’s mind on July 4th, but our furry friends at home may not share the excitement. The sound of fireworks can strike fear in our dogs and cats. Veterinarians at the West Fargo Animal Hospital said even the most social of pets may struggle during the…

ND Lawmakers Debating on Reduced Funding for Homeless Shelters

The state Legislature has given $2 million and $1.5 million the past two years in one-time funding for the North Dakota Homeless Grant

  BISMARCK, N.D. — Lawmakers are considering reducing funding for homeless shelters around North Dakota. The state Legislature has given $2 million and $1.5 million the past two years in one-time funding for the North Dakota Homeless Grant. This year, the grant will probably not exceed $300,000. April Fairfield of the North Dakota Coalition for Homeless People says the cuts…