Join volunteers, staff, and the adoptable animals at Anchorage Animal Care and Control’s Holiday Open House on Friday, Nov. 27, from 1 – 4 p.m. 
Nearly a dozen dogs were recently flown from Ketchikan to Sitka as Southeast Alaska animal shelters scrambled to handle more than 40 animals kept at a home after their owner died.Brielle Schaeffer | KCAW
Here's a press release about Halloween safety tips for pets from Laura Atwood of the Municipality of Anchorage Animal Care and Control Center.

The Alaska State Troopers are planning a small retirement party for K9 Kilo, complete with his favorite treat: ice cream.

Loren Holmes,Scott Jensen
With stray cat and dog numbers down in Southcentral Alaska, a new facility in Anchorage will focus on taking in animals with health or behavioral issues, as well as rural strays. Megan Edge
Casino games and a silent auction highlight Polar Pug Rescue and Friends' annual Pupsino fundraiser, Hoedown Throwdown, scheduled get get underway at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 3. 
A 9-year-old Norwegian forest cat named Cica was fished from a 10-foot-long underground pipe on the Anchorage Hillside last week, after going missing for more than a week.Sean Doogan
Keep an eye out for Annie Oakley, a 3-4 pound min-pin/Chihuahua puppy with a curled tail who went missing in the afternoon on Sept. 11 near 88th Ave. and Jewel Lake Road. 
Here's something you don't see often -- a film festival for dog lovers. The Beartooth Theaterpub is hosting the Bow Wow Film Festival at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 12.
This year, FEMA is urging everyone: “Don’t Wait. Communicate. Make Your Emergency Plan Today”. According to FEMA, the likelihood of your family surviving an emergency depends largely on the planning that happens before an emergency occurs. This plan should include all family members, including your pets.
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