BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Animal shelters in the city of Berkeley are distributing essential goods, such as dog and cat food, to pet owners in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Animal shelters in the city of Berkeley are distributing essential goods, such as dog and cat food, to pet owners in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Kitten season has lingered into the holidays, and this year alone, Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society has found homes for more than 600 kittens.
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Kitten season has lingered into the holidays, and this year alone, Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society has found homes for more than 600 kittens.
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Berkeley Humane is working with Marin Humane to evacuate various animals impacted by the Kincade Fire, which has burned over 75,000 acres in the Marin and Sonoma counties this week.
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Berkeley Humane is working with Marin Humane to evacuate various animals impacted by the Kincade Fire, which has burned over 75,000 acres in the Marin and Sonoma counties this week.
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We at the Clog know that some college students can’t bear to live another day without a domesticated companion. If you think you can handle it, read on to see if you fit the qualifications!
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We at the Clog know that some college students can’t bear to live another day without a domesticated companion. If you think you can handle it, read on to see if you fit the qualifications!
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Monday’s a full moon — the harvest moon, to be precise — and it’ll be quite the show. You could sit outside in a lawn chair and enjoy the last warm weather of the season while you stargaze.
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Monday’s a full moon — the harvest moon, to be precise — and it’ll be quite the show. You could sit outside in a lawn chair and enjoy the last warm weather of the season while you stargaze.
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In order to relieve animal shelter overcrowding, the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society launched the new “Foster to Family” program, which allows animals to be adopted directly from foster owners.
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In order to relieve animal shelter overcrowding, the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society launched the new “Foster to Family” program, which allows animals to be adopted directly from foster owners.
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Berkeley Humane animal shelter took in fifteen cats Wednesday as a part of the North Bay fire relief efforts, according to Berkeley Humane executive director Jeffrey Zerwekh.
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Berkeley Humane animal shelter took in fifteen cats Wednesday as a part of the North Bay fire relief efforts, according to Berkeley Humane executive director Jeffrey Zerwekh.
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