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Pets & People
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The Animal Services Center of Mesilla Valley has pets in need that are looking for their “furr-ever” homes. more
Las Cruces Animal Control is restarting its Live Trap program that was temporarily paused in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. more
Cruces Cool Cats (CCC) nonprofit officially opened Feb. 4 “to assist with the homeless and feral (cat) population,” said CCC founder Selina Cardoza. more
An endowment to benefit Safe Haven Animal Sanctuary (SHAS) has been set up in partnership with the Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico (CFSNM), the foundation said in a news release. more
Soroptimist International of Las Cruces (SILC) has recognized three Las Cruces women for their determination in pursuing their education despite personal hardships. more
ACTion Programs for Animals’ (APA) Spring-a-Pet campaign offers adoptions for $25 in April, excluding small-breed dogs. more
The Doña Ana County Humane Society (DACHS) has received two grants – one shared with another local organization – to expand its service to pets and pet owners. more
The Doña Ana County Humane Society's (DACHS) Yappy Easter Scavenger Hunt will begin at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 31, DACHS said in an email. DACHS will post a scavenger-hunt list on its … more
The Cat’s Meow Resource and Adoption Center, 2211 N. Mesquite St., had a lot of adoptions in recent weeks, but there are many more cats and kittens needing homes. more
The Doña Ana County Humane Society (DACHS) and Hacienda de Mesilla are hosting a virtual Yappy Hour Booze and Chews fundraiser to celebrate Valentine’s Day. more
Former Las Cruces City Councilor Jack Eakman has published his second book. “Thank You for Your Lessons” focuses on leadership and mentorship informed by his service on the council, as … more
Dogs, cats, puppies, kittens, staff and volunteers are settling into Action Programs for Animals (APA) of Las Cruces’ new home. more
Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley staff pose with some of the many adorable animals available for adoption this holiday season. more
Barkhouse, a Las Cruces-based logistics transport service for animals, has been assisting the Animal Services Center of Mesilla Valley (ASCMV) during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
ACTion Programs for Animals adoption center is moving to 537 N. Solano Drive, the former Solano Animal Clinic. The adoption center will open at the new location Tuesday, Nov. 17. The APA adoption center was previously located at 800 W. Picacho. more
Michelle Corella and other volunteers at The Cat’s Meow Adoption Center have found homes for more than 500 cats and kittens since the facility opened in October 2014 at 2211 N. Mesquite St., a bit south of the intersection of Mesquite Street and east Madrid Avenue. more
No one really knows what the first seven years of Sadie’s life were like, but the fact she had a microchip could indicate she had a loving, responsible family for at least a portion of that time. Her eighth year tells a story of both tragedy and redemption. more
There definitely has been a lot that has been placed on hold due to the continuing global pandemic. But if your households are anything like ours, the walks our four-legged friends' demand seem to … more
ACTion Programs for Animals (APA) is growing, and part of the growth is moving from its present location at 800 W. Picacho Ave. to a new, larger facility at 537 N. Solano Dr. As is the case with most nonprofits, relies heavily on financial support from the community to further its mission. more
 The sparkle fizzled out this year for the annual Kitty Glitter Jewelry Sale. Like so many great events, Kitty Glitter was cancelled due to Covid-19.  But wait! You still … more
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