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Our Work in Action

45 Purebred Ragdoll Cats up for Adoption after Breeder Surrenders them to the MSPCA-Angell

BOSTON, Oct. 18, 2019 – In what officials are calling the largest single-home cat surrender in five years, the MSPCA-Angell announced today that 45 purebred Ragdoll cats have been removed from a home in Central Mass. after their owner—a breeder whose operation grew beyond her ability to sustain the cats’ care—voluntarily surrendered the cats on Oct. 15.

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Animal Protection Groups Urge Massachusetts Legislators to Ban the use of Big Cats, Primates, Bears and Elephants in Traveling Exhibits and Shows

BOSTON, Oct. 17, 2019 -- On the heels of last month’s tragic death of Beulah,
an elephant forced to perform at The Big E Fair in West Springfield, the Humane
Society of the United States and other animal protection groups are urging the
Massachusetts Joint Committee on Tourism, Arts and Cultural Development to pass
S. 2028/H. 2934, a bill to ban the use of elephants, big cats, primates and bears in
traveling exhibits and shows.

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Miracle Cat “Marv” Loses an Eye in Run-in with Car but Survives to Charm his MSPCA-Angell Saviors

BOSTON, Oct. 11, 2019 – A five-year-old black and white cat now named “Marv” is recovering at the MSPCA-Angell in Jamaica Plain after surgery to remove an eyeball that was hanging from its socket when he was found on the streets of Dorchester on Oct. 4, the organization announced today.

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