Cary, NC — Many people love dogs and cats, but how many work hard every day to save the lives of homeless animals? I had the privilege of meeting Jeremiah Adams, Executive Director of AniMall, who does just that.
Story by Jennifer Eachus, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and owner of the Cat Clinic of Cary.
Cary, NC – During the holidays, families often find themselves in a bind over what to do with pets when you are going away for more than a day or two. Read more
Cary, NC – Call me a flip-flopper if you want, but I have changed my mind regarding chickens in Cary. It has nothing to do with “sustainability” or many of the “green” arguments chicken proponents point to – it has everything to do with freedom. Read more
Story and photos by Kaynan Goldberg. Kaynan is CaryCitizen’s 13-year-old columnist on all things frugal, crunchy, healthy and green. She blogs at VeggiesGoCrunch.
Cary, NC – Murphy is my grandfather’s Black Labrador Retriever. He is about ten months old, and he is adorable. But what’s in his food bowl? Read more
Story by Hal Goodtree. Photo by Permuted.
Cary, NC – Earlier this week, two users of Stone Creek Greenway in Cary reported that they were attacked by a fox. The separate instances caused Cary Animal Control to close Stone Creek Greenway for the time being. Read more
Story & photo by Anora McGaha
Cary, NC – Today, February 18, 2011, my eye caught notice of the bunch of blue feathers I have hanging on a doorknob that I had gathered from Arnie over the 7 years I had been visiting him at The Pet Pad in Cary. Beautiful long blue feathers of many hues. I felt the warm feeling of appreciation for the sweet relationship we had. I wasn’t the only one. Read more