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Inyo County Adoption Center grand opening

By Deb Murphy Inyo County residents celebrated their new animal shelter, aptly re-named the “Inyo County Adoption Center,” Saturday afternoon on a hilltop east of Big Pine, overlooking the former shelter, the old County Farm’s dairy barn. The contrast between the old and the new is stark. The cats have larger cages and access to […]

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Inyo County Animal Shelter Grand Opening this Saturday

The Grand Opening of the Inyo County Animal Shelter in Big Pine will take place this Saturday, July 11th. Last November, there was a ribbon cutting ceremony for the $800,000 building. The successful fundraising effort was led by ICARE of the Eastern Sierra with the help of the community, the County, and many local civic […]

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Inyo Supervisors: progress on Animal Shelter, Blackrock workshop

As the organization ICARE continues to bring in donations, Inyo County officials are moving ahead with the planning, design and environmental phase of the new Animal Shelter project. Tuesday the Supervisors expect to receive an update on the project and to make decisions. The Planning Commission recommended approval of the environmental documents stating that the […]

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From Terrier to Tuxedo Tabby

PETS of the WEEK – March 1, 2012 REGIS is a sweet little Rat Terrier who was abandoned at the Bishop Veterinary Hospital. His ears are crinkled like crumpled paper. The vet says it looks like they were frostbitten! This short-haired pooch had to have been awfully cold to get frostbitten ears. He is a […]

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Irresistible!

PETS of the WEEK – February 15, 2012BISCUIT and BRUNO are adorable Great Pyrenees mix brother and sister pups and are about 12 weeks old. Biscuit is a beautiful cream color and Bruno is quite handsome in his black and white tuxedo. Pyrenees dogs are typically very large and have a heavy coat that requires […]

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