Adoption is always seen as a selfless act and officials in Parker County are hoping there are North Texans willing to voluntarily take several donkeys home. Yes, donkeys.
A Richland Hills family dog was attacked and killed by a suspected coyote on Sunday night in the family’s back yard.
Officials with the City of Fort Worth say an agreement on a Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program for feral cats can’t be reached, now the city council is considering a policy with the Code Compliance Office.
A 3-month-old baby is dead after being savagely attacked by the family’s pit bull.
Investigators with the Parker County Sheriff’s Office are searching for suspects who tortured a female dog by pulling out her tongue and then taping her mouth shut.
One of the most popular attractions at a McKinney wildlife sanctuary has been at the center of a controversy over whether it should live or die.
Several neighbors say they heard strange noises coming from a manhole in a Fort Worth neighborhood, but it took a 10-year-old boy’s curiosity to investigate it and get a trapped kitten out of the gutter.
Living conditions at one Parker County house were so bad that nearly 60 dogs were seized and Child Protective Services was called concerning the welfare of a 1-year-old baby.
Kimberly Alexander had just started her car when she noticed something out of the corner of her eye, “It was big! He was hovering above my bushes.”
Animal advocates in Fort Worth want to know what happened to a colony of feral cats that lived in Trinity Park.
Fort Worth animal control officers scrambled through a north side neighborhood after about 30 feral hogs escaped from a slaughterhouse.
“Last year in the city of Dallas, we euthanized 20,000 animals. That’s just an incredible number. We have to put an end to that.”
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