Cavalia, the most amazing show #OdysseoUT

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It’s an amazing show the likes of which you normally only see in Las Vegas. Have you heard of Cavalia? They are in Utah right now, until June 6th, with their show Odysseo. Why am I writing about this on … Continue reading → The post Cavalia, the most amazing show #OdysseoUT appeared first on 4 The Love of Animals. events

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The Gecko’s Vegas escapades

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Somehow the GEICO Gecko ended up bouncing around with a kangaroo in Las Vegas! And even though we weren’t there in Las Vegas with the gecko, that doesn’t mean that you can’t get lucky! Have you seen the commercial? What other trouble did the GEICO Gecko get into? Richard Simmons was there. We have prizes for 2 lucky readers who will each get a Gecko bobblehead and a 2GB Gecko shaped thumbdrive! They are both super cute.

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Celebrity Casino Royale Benefiting Charity

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Try your hand at various Las Vegas casino games. Celebrity Casino Royale, hosted by The H.O.M.E. Foundation , will take place at Avalon in Hollywood, CA on May 24th, 2011. The star-studded, red carpet event benefits spcaLA, as well as the I’m Too Young For This! Cancer Foundation. Guests will have the opportunity to play against celebrities and poker stars, while enjoying an open bar, hors d’oeuvres and delicious desserts.

"No More Homeless Pets" Conference Scheduled for October

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Join Best Friends Animal Society for the annual No More Homeless Pets National Conference, October 23-25, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada. From a Best Friends email. Each year, five million healthy, adoptable homeless pets are still being put down. This is the conference for people who want to make a difference. Three days of action oriented training, inspiration and, of course, fun with Best Friends. Make valuable new connections to make your work for homeless pets even more effective!

From Today's New York Times

Animal Ethics

To the Editor: The euthanasia of more than 1,000 dogs and cats at the main animal shelter in Las Vegas is surely a major tragedy in the sheltering field (news article , Feb. In Las Vegas, housing unadoptable animals for too long contributed to the overcrowding and allowed parvo, distemper and other diseases to incubate and rapidly spread through the shelter’s animal population.