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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 08, 2022

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A burger and fries can now be a vegetarian-friendly meal at Stand-Up Burgers, which opened Wednesday at 48 Shattuck Square in Berkeley.
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A burger and fries can now be a vegetarian-friendly meal at Stand-Up Burgers, which opened Wednesday at 48 Shattuck Square in Berkeley.
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Ribbon, a 6-month-old American Pit Bull Terrier mix, returned to Berkeley Humane on Monday after being stolen that morning by a volunteer.
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Ribbon, a 6-month-old American Pit Bull Terrier mix, returned to Berkeley Humane on Monday after being stolen that morning by a volunteer.
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The event brought together more than 20 animal shelters and rescue organizations from across the Bay Area and was hosted in conjunction with an NBC event.
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The event brought together more than 20 animal shelters and rescue organizations from across the Bay Area and was hosted in conjunction with an NBC event.
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When campus senior Bree Cassells evacuated from Santa Rosa during the Northern California fires last week, she wasn't sure if it would be the last time she saw her home.
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When campus senior Bree Cassells evacuated from Santa Rosa during the Northern California fires last week, she wasn't sure if it would be the last time she saw her home.
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On Thursday, Berkeley Humane Society partnered with the Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation, or ARF, and the East Bay SPCA to transport 60 dogs and 92 cats away from the Humane Society of Broward County in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to escape Hurricane Irma.
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On Thursday, Berkeley Humane Society partnered with the Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation, or ARF, and the East Bay SPCA to transport 60 dogs and 92 cats away from the Humane Society of Broward County in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to escape Hurricane Irma.
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The Humane Society’s “Spay the Bay” initiative offers subsidized surgery expenses through Berkeley Humane’s Veterinary Hospital at 2700 9th St. and also offers a list of low-cost options around the Bay Area. The initiative, which was developed over the past year, aims to help pet owners prevent the birth of unplanned litters and alleviate overcrowding in local shelters.
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The Humane Society’s “Spay the Bay” initiative offers subsidized surgery expenses through Berkeley Humane’s Veterinary Hospital at 2700 9th St. and also offers a list of low-cost options around the Bay Area. The initiative, which was developed over the past year, aims to help pet owners prevent the birth of unplanned litters and alleviate overcrowding in local shelters.
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Internet icon Grumpy Cat made an appearance at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Berkeley Humane Society’s new mobile adoption center Saturday, along with local officials and more than 400 fans.
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Internet icon Grumpy Cat made an appearance at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Berkeley Humane Society’s new mobile adoption center Saturday, along with local officials and more than 400 fans.
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