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September 21, 2009
Ralphs and Glendale-based NestlĂ© Purina have teamed up to launch the second “Tales for the Pet Lover’s Heart” campaign celebrating the unique bond between people and their pets, while raising funds for animal welfare organizations nationwide. Together, Purina and Ralphs grocery stores will donate $7,500 to local animal welfare organizations in 2009 and recognize six exceptional pet lovers’ tales via a national television special this fall. The campaign invites pet lovers to share their favorite pet tales with Purina and Ralphs at www.TalesForThe PetLoversHeart.
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By Mark Kellam, mark.kellam@latimes.com | September 14, 2011
Glendale Mayor Laura Friedman is calling on city officials to use the techniques of animal welfare groups when dealing with coyotes in the future rather than turning too hastily to traps. During the City Council meeting Tuesday, Friedman said several animal welfare organizations contacted the city after a media frenzy broke out earlier this week as Los Angeles County officials planned to catch a pack of coyotes that was roaming a North Glendale neighborhood and using a fire-gutted house as their base.
NEWS
August 26, 2002
In its latest ploy to rally public sympathy, the Glendale Humane Society stoops to an all-time low. At the expense of the animals and committed volunteers, the society orchestrates yet another tall tale of deception. According to an article published in the Aug. 15 edition of the News-Press, Paulette Ramsey Wood, the society's spokesperson, stated that the society had not been informed by PETCO that it was no longer welcome to participate in the store's pet adoption events, the most recent held on Aug. 11. In other words, the society claims it was unaware it had lost the support of PETCO.
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September 21, 2009
Ralphs and Glendale-based NestlĂ© Purina have teamed up to launch the second “Tales for the Pet Lover’s Heart” campaign celebrating the unique bond between people and their pets, while raising funds for animal welfare organizations nationwide. Together, Purina and Ralphs grocery stores will donate $7,500 to local animal welfare organizations in 2009 and recognize six exceptional pet lovers’ tales via a national television special this fall. The campaign invites pet lovers to share their favorite pet tales with Purina and Ralphs at www.TalesForThe PetLoversHeart.
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