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Officials Craft Plan to Target Animal Cruelty

By: Sally MacDonald

Crime Stoppers has a new plan to put a dent in a crime that law
enforcement says is increasing in Harris County.

On Wednesday they announced the second annual animal cruelty and
anti-dog fighting campaign.

Investigators are targeting a quarter mile area east of U.S. 59 off of
West Little York known as the “Corridor of Cruelty.”

It’s one of the saddest locations in all of Houston that’s been
frustrating officers and animal lovers for more than a year.

People come there to dump unwanted animals.

“It is a crime to dump live animals,” said Belinda Smith, Harris County
Assistant District Attorney.

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Photos From Houston’s SNAP Grand Opening

The moment we have all been waiting for (years!) finally arrived Friday evening, Jan. 22 when the grand opening party for the new Spay and Neuter Assistance Program clinic and surgery center unveiled the new facility! Replete with more space for wellness exam rooms, more capacity to spay and neuter pets at a low cost and a large waiting area make this new addition to our city an important one.
Thank you to Brett Chisholm for these great photos!

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Yappy Hour At Beaver’s Icehouse

  Beaver’s, a great place to hang out and enjoy friends and DAM GOOD drinks & food. With a focus on Texas coastal cuisine, “in-your-face” bar food and playful (but serious) cocktails, beer and wine, Beaver’s takes the...

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