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Nassau, Bahamas - For the third consecutive
year, local non-profit organization Baark! (Bahamas Alliance
for Animal Rights and Kindness) joined in with hundreds of Spay Day
events around the world during the month of February. World Spay Day
is an annual campaign that creates a worldwide wave of spay/neuter awareness
and promoting spay and neuter as a proven, effective means of saving
Director of Youth Darren Turnquest revealed that while hundreds of people signed up for the government's Volunteer Bahamas program, the Ministry of Youth Sports, and Culture had to weed out a number of individuals from the list.
"We had probably at the beginning of Volunteer Bahamas, a larger number of volunteers," Turnquest said yesterday.
"But what we did here in the ministry was we went through...
It's a sad sight to see: potcakes wasting away beneath dilapidated cars, pregnant dogs slunking across the road, or groups of feral kittens begging for scraps.
Those who spotted a proud parade of mutts while driving or walking by Goodman's Bay this past Saturday might have thought Cable Beach had gone to the dogs.
Indeed, they were out in droves--at least 60 dog owners and dog lovers were out with their four-legged partners to raise money for the spay and neutering programs offered by Baark! at its second annual Strut Your Mutt Walk-a-thon.
Like many people in the current economy, Seth Reams of Portland, Ore., lost his job several months ago. But he soon realized that there were only so many hours a day he could spend looking for work—so what could he do with the rest of his time?
I am delighted to be afforded the opportunity to propose the second reading of a
BILL FOR AN ACT TO REPEAL AND REPLACE THE DOG LICENSE
TO REPEAL CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF THE PENAL CODE IN
CONNECTION WITH THE CONTROL AND REGULATION OF DOGS,
Bahamas Sea Turtle Group Launches International Ad Campaign to Stop the Slaughter of Sea Turtles in The Bahamas.
Bahamas Government urged to pass legislation to stop the killing and torture of sea turtles in The Bahamas says Bahamas Sea Turtle Conservation Group. Turtle Group asks: If Cuba can protect sea turtles, why can't The Bahamas?