Washington University’s continued use of sedated cats and ferrets to train medical students how to insert breathing tubes down babies’ throats is cruel, ineffective and unnecessary, according to a medical ethics group pressuring the school to abandon the practice.
Tim Ream of the Bolton Wanderers made recent visit to St. Louis shelter.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has been protesting the practice since 2008. Justin Goodman of PETA says the group is “thrilled” by Washington University’s decision.
“We will have a few representative cats at the storefront location so that people can come and interact with the cats and meet them”
In 2010, 62 percent of all rabies cases in domestic animals were found in cats. But what about St. Louis?
Cy Curnin from the band The Fixx stopped by to talk to us about the release of their new album Beautiful Friction. Olympian Dominic Dawes dropped in to talk about the athletes that are competing […]
A Kansas City group is working to get 10,000 dogs and cats spayed or neutered by the end of the year.
St. Louis, Mo. (KMOX) – They’re hit by cars, mauled by dogs, or born with medical conditions. One St. Louis woman says nine lives isn’t enough for stray cats with special needs. Elizabeth Frick spoons […]
The dogs and a cat were taken to the Humane Society’s facility in St. Louis for care.
Mafia, comic books, house pet training, and theater are all on Johnny Rabbitt’s plate.