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Sylvia Felicity Lewis, 55, has been charged with five counts of animal cruelty in what is believed to be Cayman’s largest-ever seizure of abused dogs.
The Department of Agriculture removed 32 dogs from a single home in Cayman on Wednesday and issued an appeal to local animal welfare societies to try to find homes for them.
A ban on importing deadly weed-killer paraquat does not appear to have prevented a spate of dog poisonings in the run-up to Christmas.
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.
The culture of the islands must change, and enshrine spaying and neutering as something much more than “the other guy’s business.”
Suds and hugs had tails wagging at a recent dog wash held at the Turtle Nest Inn in Bodden Town.
Grand Cayman’s most obnoxious problems — our out-of-control garbage situation and runaway feral dog population — may actually be one and the same.
Pet food manufacturer Purina has issued a recall for a number of tubs of dog food, because the product does not meet quality standards.
Students at George Town Primary School are participating in a new program this month aimed at building their knowledge of proper animal care.
Lots of tails were wagging in excitement as the Cayman Islands Humane Society's annual Walk and Wag 5K walk/run at Camana Bay on Sunday,
A look at some of Cayman's most popular sporting events of 2015.
Not everyone in the Cayman Islands gets the day off to enjoy the festivities on Christmas; many will be working.
Those who think a puppy or kitten might make the perfect Christmas present for their animal-loving family member or friend might want to pause to consider the idea.
The deadly weed killer paraquat remains a potential threat to pets over the festive season, despite a government ban on imports.
It's difficult (but not impossible) to give the protection of the environment a bad name, but the National Conservation Council is making some headway.
Pet lovers and their furry, four-legged friends got their photographs taken with jolly old St. Nicholas at Gardenia Court in Camana Bay on Saturday morning at the second annual Santa Paws event.
Delicious, good-for-you fare is on the table at newly opened VIVO Cafe
Overview of Christmas brunch and dinner options.
The biggest local sporting event – the Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon – is staged on Sunday and, as always, there are plenty of intriguing athletes’ stories.
As the winter season approaches, the Cayman Islands welcome many northern visitors seeking warmer climes – including many types of birds.
One of the ways you can support a local charity this season is to buy specially created calendars, cards or tree ornaments that donate funds directly to specific organizations.
The schedule of festive events is packed and varied, with something for everyone.
When the Cayman marathon is staged next week, the danger to entrants from motorists is a real one, so the organizers are appealing for extra diligence from drivers.
Airport staff chase birds, iguanas and other wildlife from the runway daily. A new study will look at ways to improve animal control.
Volunteers of all ages came out to support the Cayman Animal Rescue Enthusiasts “Shampooch” community dog wash hosted by George Town Primary on Sunday, Oct. 25.
Human beings are notorious for — and notoriously bad at — manipulating Nature to suit their temporal whims. In other words, playing God. Hubris has brought down greater and wiser men than we ...
Celebrate World Animal Day 2015 in style with the Cayman Islands Humane Society.
Sniffer dogs and marksmen could be used in separate initiatives to fight a growing problem with green iguanas in Grand Cayman and on the Sister Islands.
Limited operating hours. Magnetically sealed doors. Security officers. Guard dogs. Closed-circuit television cameras ...
Boys perhaps as young as 13 or 14 were likely responsible for an overnight armed robbery Friday at a central George Town business, the store’s manager said following a review of closed circuit television footage.
Popular quizmaster Ann Ghezzi will host her last regular pub quiz for the Cayman Islands Humane Society, this Thursday, Sept. 17.
The Fidelity Fun Run Series always signals the resumption of the sports season after the summer lull and Saturday’s run went smoothly with its usual massive turn out.
An anonymous donor has handed over a painting estimated to be worth $2,000 to the Cayman Islands Humane Society.The painting by artist Chris Mann is set to be sold at a silent auction, with bidding opening on Tuesday.
Dozens of North Side students, parents and siblings enjoyed a final summer fling on Saturday when the Pirates Week Committee hosted the Back to School Community Fun Day at Kaibo Public Beach.
The summer break is over for Cayman athletes as vacations come to an end and schools reopen. The weekend warriors are primed for another epic series of races up to December.
Fans of puzzles will really get into the Bonza National Geographic app, which tests their knowledge and observational skills.
The Fidelity Fun Run Series returns next month and as always, it will attract runners of all ages and abilities – as well as plenty of four-legged friends.
Writer urges dog owners to keep their pets on a leash or in an enclosed yard.
The Cayman Turtle Farm’s annual report has arrived. It contains bad news, and good news … sort of.
Frequent visitor suggests how to make Seven Mile Beach even better.
Out-of-control dogs are being targeted following an attack on Cayman Islands Governor Helen Kilpatrick and continued attacks on endangered blue iguanas at the Botanic Park.
Almost 70 cyclists of all ages and ability rode around East End in an effort to raise money for the first annual PAWS on Wheels fundraiser.
Motorcyclists were out in force at the weekend for a cross-island ride to help raise funds for animal rescue group Canine Friends.
Residents of the Pines Retirement Home had an unusual visitor this week when Chase, a 5-year-old Doberman Pinscher, dropped by.
A blue iguana popular with tourists at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park was killed in a dog attack on Sunday.
Residents on Thursday were dealing with the aftermath of heavy rains that caused flooding in many Cayman neighborhoods over a three-day span.
Heavy rains soaked Cayman for the third consecutive day on Wednesday, driving some residents out of their homes, forcing motorists to take alternate routes and prompting some schools to close.
Cayman tries once again to regulate local non-profits with an eye toward cracking down on money laundering.
Music festival Petapalooza returns, offering a day of music and fun with proceeds going to the Humane Society.
The Cayman Islands has ordered a ban on the importation of the chemical herbicide paraquat, which has been used on island to poison dogs.
Dory is just waiting to melt your heart and become a central part of your family.
A burglary at a condo along Seven Mile Beach has the potential to damage the island’s reputation as a safe tourist destination, a magistrate pointed out as he handed down a sentence of 40 months for the offense.
An outbreak of the deadly Parvo virus has killed an estimated seven dogs over the past month and is putting renewed strain on the cash-strapped Humane Society.
Overall crime in the Cayman Islands is headed down so far this year, but traffic offenses are on the rise.
A new fundraising effort on behalf of the Cayman Islands Humane Society offers something special; pet portraits by internationally known artists Robert Clarke.
A pilot program to teach youngsters life skills through dog training is under way in Cayman’s schools.
Art store Pure Art has once again started up its artist of the month exhibitions. Gordon Solomon is the first featured artist.
The Little Cayman branch of the National Trust of the Cayman Islands will hold its annual Easter auction on Saturday.
The second annual "Hopestock" festival aims to raise money to help build Cayman's first ever LEED certified school.
Banning paraquat is a good first step to end malicious poisonings of dogs, but the government still needs to address Cayman's stray dog problem.
Cayman's government looks set to ban a dangerous herbicide from the islands.
More than 100 runners and their dogs showed up for the 6th annual K9 5K Sunday morning.
Event raises funds for PAWS.
Deep Blue Images offers photography with a twist.
Cayman rescue dog Bailey has found stardom on the TV show Puppy Bowl.
The Purina Friskies Cat Fishing 2.1 is a fun app to entertain your cats with, although not all cats seem to agree.
Cayman gymnasts representing Motions Unlimited continued their competitive season in Georgia.
A sold-out audience of 500 enjoyed the Fashion for the Animals fundraiser for various charities on island that rescue and care for animals.
Serious athletes seized the opportunity at the Stride Against Cancer event at Public Beach to get in a decent work by completing a 13.1 mile half marathon.
The Cayman Islands Cancer Society's Stride Against Cancer, on Sunday had its biggest turnout yet, more than 1,900 in four locations.
Grand Cayman is so flat that when runners negotiated the undulating layout of the North South Golf Course on Saturday. in the island's first cross country race, their legs were screaming for mercy at the end.