stockphoto mania/Shutterstock.com by Julie Peterson Locavores with a hankering for fresh, organic eggs produced close to home have sparked a resurgence in backyard chicken keeping; even people that don’t like… read more →
This year, the ‘mutts’ are taking over Greenville’s Main Street on Saturday, April 27, for the 8th Annual Mutt Strut, benefiting the Greenville Humane Society. Participants will enjoy a two-mile… read more →
Anderson County PAWS is an open-intake shelter that provided help to approximately 7,400 animals last year. Kim Sanders, their director and veterinarian, says the goal of PAWS is to find… read more →
Africans Unite to Save Rhinos The Black Mamba Anti-Poaching Unit aims not only to protect rhinoceroses in South Africa by patrolling the Balule Nature Reserve, in Greater Kruger
On Thursday evening, March 8, Speak for Animals will host its 12th Annual Spa for Spays event at Zen, in downtown Greenville. “Spa for Spays is a popular and unique… read more →
Seeing lost, injured or orphaned animals is heartbreaking, but unless a wild animal is in immediate danger from prey or traffic, it’s best to wait and observe. Mothers forage for food and return to the babies intermittently. If in doubt, call a wildlife rehabber for advice.