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MURRAY, UTAH (March 9, 2017) -- Search for information continues in extreme torture and death of pet cat
Sage, 6-year-old gray and white domestic cat owned by the Cassel family of Clearfield, Utah died March 9, around 4:45 p.m. at the Advanced Veterinary Care Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. Sage suffered extensive injuries from abuse when he went missing Sunday, March 5, and was found Wednesday, March 8, by owner China Cassel. His health declined rapidly and CPR was performed but Sage could not be revived.
MURRAY, UT (March 6, 2017) -- Animal Shelter Amendments bill fails despite free training and lower cost
For the third year in a row, a proposed bill to end the use of gas chambers for shelter animal euthanasia failed to pass the Utah Legislature. On March 3, 2017, the motion to recommend S.B. 56 - Animal Shelter Amendments sponsored by Sen. Peter Knudson and Rep. Lee B. Perry failed in the House Government Operations Committee with a vote of four yeas and four nays. The bill passed the Senate Floor with a 19-7 vote last month.
MURRAY, UT (March 1, 2017) -- Humane Society of Utah adds reward for the arrest in cat shooting case
The Humane Society of Utah (HSU) announced that it is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or people responsible for shooting a 4-year-old orange tabby cat named Robin Hood in the Millcreek, Utah area. The HSU hopes the reward assists the Salt Lake County Animal Services in obtaining information required to identify and charge the responsible assailant.
We're celebrating World Spay Day Feb. 28, 2017 by taking the "pay" out of "spay"!
We're giving away 100 FREE cat spay/neuter vouchers on a first come, first served basis beginning at 9am Tuesday, Feb. 28 in our HSU Clinic located at 4242 S. 300 W. in Murray, Utah.
- Valid for cats only.
MURRAY, UT (Jan. 23, 2017) -- Humane Society of Utah executive director attends hearing, makes statement on behalf of cats killed.
MURRAY UT (Dec. 14, 2016) -- HSU asks that Henry’s Law is upheld
In the midst of holiday celebration, we’re sadly reminded of the gruesome suffering some animals endure. Three extremely emaciated dogs were abandoned in a Woods Cross, Utah, home when the owners were evicted. We’re thankful to Davis County Animal Control for taking care of these dogs and to the police for their due diligence in arresting the couple responsible. The Humane Society of Utah asks that the Luceros are held responsible for these acts of animal cruelty and be charged to the full extent of the law.