Departments Receive Pet Oxygen Masks

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Local fire departments now have the ability to save even more lives, thanks to a generous gift Wednesday. The McKenzie Cascade Dog Fanciers Club donated 35 sets of oxygen masks, that specifically fit dogs and cats, to five local fire departments. The masks come in three different sizes. The Eugene-Springfield fire chief … Continue reading »

Day in the Life: Animal Welfare Officer

EUGENE, Ore. — Ever wondered what it would be like to be an animal welfare officer in the city of Eugene? Well, KEZI 9 News Anchor Bob Schaper spent a day on the street with AWO Larry Berry — and this is what happened…

Pet of the Week: Sly

EUGENE, Ore. — Sly, our KEZI 9 News Pet of the Week, is at Greenhill Humane Society waiting for a forever home. Sly is a 3-year-old, Terrier mix. He’s a easygoing guy looking for an owner ready to play with him. If you’re interested in adopting Sly or any other pet at Greenhill Humane Society, … Continue reading »

Kitten Bottle Feeding Class

EUGENE, Ore. — Kitten season is quickly approaching and Saturday, some foster parents prepared for it by taking a pet parenting class at the Greenhill Humane Society. About 20 people signed up for the class at the humane society, which taught them everything from how to bottle feed a kitten to how to burp them … Continue reading »

Spay Day Springfield

EUGENE, Ore. — The Willamette Animal Guild in Eugene is offering a big discount to cat owners in Springfield. For the month of February, all spay and neuters are only $10 and ferals are free. The clinic says the big discount is part of an effort to keep the cat population under control. Spaying and … Continue reading »

Willamette Animal Guild Grant

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — The Willamette Animal Guild has received a $50,000 grant from PetSmart to spay and neuter 1000 free roaming cats. The non-profit spaying and neutering clinic, also known as WAG, is calling it the T.N.R. project – Trap, Neuter and Return. T.N.R Project Organizer Norma King says the funds are vital for helping … Continue reading »

Too Many Cats, Not Enough Homes

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The Heartland Humane Society in Corvallis has an abundance of cats, and the shelter is telling those who are thinking about getting a feline that now is the perfect time. The Humane Society says it has about 70 cats up for adoption, which does not include the 70 other kittens that will … Continue reading »

Cat Abuser Pleads No Contest

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Betty Gould, the woman who was caught throwing cats into the Willamette River trapped in bags has plead no contest to two counts of attempted aggravated animal abuse. She appeared in Springfield Municipal Court on Thursday. As part of her plea agreement, two abandonment charges were dropped against her. KEZI 9 News … Continue reading »

Cattery in Need of Volunteers

EUGENE, Ore. — If you’re an animal lover looking for a way to help your four-legged friends, West Coast Dog and Cat Rescue could use your help. The rescue center is looking for volunteers to help take care of its many cats. You can volunteer to socialize with the kitties, which basically means playing with … Continue reading »

Accused Cat Abuser Makes Deal

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Springfield Animal Control says a woman accused of throwing two cats into the Willamette River has agreed to turn over the remaining cats still in her care. Betty Gould, a Persian cat breeder, is charged with animal abuse. Starting later this week, animal control will start slowly rescuing the 50 to 60 cats still in Gould’s … Continue reading »

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