Posts published on: February 2018

100 Dogs Find Forever Homes in one month

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by Judith Van Duinen

Posted on February 2, 2018


100 Dogs Find Forever Homes in one month

2018 starts very busy for Dogs Trust Manchester. They are celebrating that 100 dogs find forever homes in the first month of the new year. The 100th homeless hound is a two months old English Springer Spaniel Cross. Oscar is happily settling into his new home with his owner Robin Stroud. Mr

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Hair donated by 8 year old boy to Help Children with Cancer

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by Judith Van Duinen

Posted on February 20, 2018


Hair donated by 8 year old boy to Help Children with Cancer

The 8-year-old boy Tate has cut his hair for the last time at Christmas Eve 2015. Tate's hair grew so long that people at school thought sometimes that he was a girl.Tate thought that it was all worth it because he had a reason to let his hair grew so long. He wanted to help someone else. He decided to donate his hair to Children With Hair Loss.In 2017, the non-profit organization helped 596 children with Hair Replacement and Care Kits

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Kitten Cries All Night For His Sister, The Same Family Adopted Her

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by Judith Van Duinen

Posted on February 6, 2018


Kitten Cries All Night For His Sister, The Same Family Adopted Her

Alana adopted the cute kitten at Wisconsin Humane Society, because it looked just like her cat who had just passed away. It was love at first sight. Her lovely new kitten didn't settle in as the way as she'd hoped. Ares kept meowing until he fell asleep in Alana's arms the first night and he was very needy. Alana thought that the problem could be that he was missing his sister Aphrodite. She wanted to adopt her too, but she was in the process of being adopted by another family

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Madeleine Wilford survived shooting at Florida school

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by Judith Van Duinen

Posted on February 25, 2018


Madeleine Wilford survived shooting at Florida school

The 17 years old Madeleine Wilford was shot four times during the Florida school shooting. Luckely she survived on a miraculously way. She said that she “felt a sense of peace”. Madeleine was in her psychology class when Nikolas Cruz started shooting

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NSW Police Force set to raise the rainbow flag

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by Judith Van Duinen

Posted on February 25, 2018


NSW Police Force set to raise the rainbow flag

The rainbow flag will fly proud and high this morning, outside of the Sydney Police Centre in Surry Hills.   Thousands of people will fill the streets of Sydney's CBD to celebrate the 40th Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras in less than one week

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Soldier With PTSD Got His Life Back by Rescue Dog

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by Judith Van Duinen

Posted on February 19, 2018


Soldier With PTSD Got His Life Back by Rescue Dog

Dogs Trust Manchesters homeless hound is changing the life of a soldier with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Early last year Spaniel Cross Cassie arrived at the Denton-based rehoming centre

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