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The Cayman Animal Rescue Enthusiasts organisation, better known as CARE, finally has a new van to help it do its work, thanks to the...
It seems that Saturday is all about the animals. Cayman Animal Rescue Enthusiasts is holding its Dog Jog in the morning, and the Protection of Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) for the eastern districts is hosting its 8th Annual PAWS Under the Stars event that same evening.
Organizations like Cayman Animal Rescue Enthusiasts, better known as CARE, raise funds to help care for our furry friends, as well as improve awareness about animal welfare.
There is currently no licensing regime for dog breeders in the Cayman Islands, despite the provision being part of the Animals Law for more than 15 years.
Charity runners, some on two legs, some on four, will take to the streets Sunday to raise money for the Cayman Animal Rescue Enthusiasts.
Hundreds of runners and their four-legged friends took to the streets of Camana Bay Sunday for the annual dog jog in aid of the Cayman Animal Rescue Enthusiasts charity. Competitive runners and leisurely joggers, with their dogs, completed the event.
The charred carcass of a dog found dumped on a construction site in Prospect has prompted new concern about the level of animal abuse in the Cayman Islands and calls for the Department of Agriculture to do more to enforce the law on animal cruelty.
If there is any hope of tackling Cayman’s ubiquitous problems with animals, someone with power, probably in the Legislative Assembly, must take definitive command of the situation. It may not be a glamorous assignment, but it is an essential one for a problem that is getting increasingly worse.
Vets and charity workers were out in Windsor Park, Saturday, giving free vaccinations, patching up the odd bite wound and signing people up to spay or neuter their pets.
Throughout the summer, 45 teenagers took part in the YMCA’s Counselor in Training program that aims to hone leadership skills.
Popular charitable event Paws for Wine returns for its sixth year on Saturday, with a wine tasting and auction evening that raises money for a very worthwhile cause. Organized by Cayman Animal Rescue Enthusiasts (CARE), the popular fundraiser will be held at Ristorante Pappagallo
Members of 100 Women Who Care Cayman raised $29,000 this week at their third meeting since the charity was set up last year.
Dog lovers are spoiled for choices at this time of year, it seems, as there are doggie events scheduled almost every weekend around Cayman. Last weekend, it was the Humane Society’s Furball and PAWS in the Sand, and on Sunday it’s the CARE K9 5K Dog Jog.