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New Home: All Krypto Wants for Christmas

New Home: All Krypto Wants for Christmas

Krypto, a domestic short hair and young male, currently hangs out at Animal Rescue Foundation in Milledgeville. 

On his Christmas list to Santa is a permanent home.

Normally not one to give out his phone number, you can contact ARF in Milledgeville if you'd like to adopt him: 478-454-1273.

The adoption fee is $100, and covered the rabies vaccination and spay or neuter.

Pet of the Week: Meet Elroy

Pet of the Week: Meet Elroy

This domestic long hair orange cat needs a home!

The four-month-old Elroy is currently hanging out at Animal Rescue Foundation in Milledgeville.
Reach them at 478-454-1273.

YOUR PHOTOS: Photo of the Day

YOUR PHOTOS: Photo of the Day

Thank you to Trindoe of Milledgeville for submitting this photo of the rainbow earlier in March.

We'd like to feature your photos taken around Baldwin County and Milledgeville.

Send photos, with your name, to whereyoulive@13wmaz.com

 

Pet of the Week: 'Snickers'

Pet of the Week: 'Snickers'

MILLEDGEVILLE, GA.--Snickers, a young adult female cat, is waiting at the Animal Rescue Foundation for the perfect family.

If you'd like more information, call ARF at 478-454-1273.

Also, see more information about adopting from ARF, Inc.

Courage Waits Patiently for the Life he Deserves

Courage Waits Patiently for the Life he Deserves

Last November, Macon Animal Control and Shane Smith of Paws for Hope and Faith agreed to a week of no-kill at the shelter. With the help of local rescuers and adopters, that week stretched into the next week, and Macon Animal Control held its first Saturday adoption event.

But while staff, volunteers, rescuers and animal lovers celebrated the continuing reprieve and the lives saved, a dog nobody knew existed lay dying not far away.

The dog was buried beneath a pile of trash in a poor neighborhood where a dog's life often means nothing. Too feeble to raise his head, much less stand, the dog was still as death.

He was just a bag of bones, unable to move away from the dirty diapers, empty beer bottles and other trash someone tossed on top of him.

5K Run to Benefit Abused Animals

5K Run to Benefit Abused Animals

"For the Love of Kratos Benefit Run," is set to benefit animal shelters in Bibb, Houston, Baldwin, and Putnam Counties. 

The effort, organized by Bonnie Murphey of the Macon Tracks Club, supports only non-kill shelters and will also partially support the efforts of a local veterinarian who is providing “indigent care” to abused animals. 

The run is set for March 17 at 8 a.m. That'll be at Mount Zion Church on Rivoli Road.

100 percent of all proceeds go to the cause.

Trooper’s new owner is helping with the event and will bring Trooper with him.