Every Dog’s Dream Rescue holds kitten adoption event

first_imgENDICOTT (WBNG) — Every Dog’s Dream Rescue held a kitten adoption event at the Dickin Memorial Animal Hospital.   There were seven kittens available for adoption at the event but the rescue says they have about 80 easily available animals in the rescue.    Every Dog’s Dream volunteer Jessica Flynn says the rescue was limited in the type of events they could hold due to the COVID-19 guidelines.   “There’s still a need in the community,” Flynn said. “Still need to get the word out and find homes for animals. So it was very important to us to have an event, even with the limitations in place.” center_img  The Artisan Holiday Pop Up shop will be open until December 30. In collaboration with the Artisan Holdiay Pop Up shop, the adoption event was held near the retail space in front of the hospital.  last_img read more

Rooney to miss West Brom game

first_imgWayne Rooney will miss Manchester United’s final game of the season at West Brom. Sir Alex Ferguson has now passed that matter on to new manager David Moyes to deal with. However, after being left out of Ferguson’s final home game before retirement last week, Press Association Sport understands Rooney will also miss the Scot’s final one ever as a manager at The Hawthorns on Sunday afternoon. Rooney has been given permission to sit out the trip as wife Coleen is due to give birth to the couple’s second child. The 27-year-old’s Old Trafford future is in doubt after he asked for a transfer recently. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Ambulance Paramedics Mediator?

first_imgThere are still conflicting reports regarding the appointment of a mediator, in the two-week-old strike by B-C’s ambulance paramedics. Health Minister George Abbott agrees, a mediator appointed by the labour board has booked out — but says, from a legal perspective, he remains in place. Mr. Abbott says the official could return to the talks, if that’s what paramedics or the B-C Ambulance Service wants. – Advertisement -However, union spokesman John Strohmaier says, the L-R-B mediator is a government employee and could be biased — so he believes only an independent third party, such as veteran mediator Vince Ready, can break the impasselast_img read more