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Students’ animal portraits support shelter

December 21, 2013

GLOVERSVILLE — Art students at Gloversville High School have been spending several weeks creating portraits — not of people, but of dogs and cats....

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Dec-22-13 11:06 AM

REMINDER .Tiss the season and kittens and puppys are cute as presents but they grow up and just like life they breed so please spay and neuter your pets. Great project gloversville high school students you have done a great job .

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Dec-21-13 12:29 PM

Not all animals are forgotten and maltreated. We have four cases of dogs with diabetes, whose families cannot afford the needles and insulin, therefore did the correct act in relinquishing their dogs instead of abandoning them. Shelters are very full everywhere with many similar cases. So if anyone is thinking of getting a pet, please visit your local shelter first and never buy one from a mall. If you can't go to the shelters, at least find a good, responsible breeder.

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Dec-21-13 11:25 AM

Great project. Anything that can help these forgotten and maltreated animals would do us all good. Not only do these animals suffer for no good reason; but, tax dollars are spent paying for messes created by heartless people. I'd like to know when the new pope will speak out for the animals; after all he did take the name Francis!

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