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Remember Pet Safety during the 4th of July

Remember Pet Safety during the 4th of July

 County Animal Shelter wants your pets to remain happy and safe in their homes

Sacramento, Calif. – The Sacramento County Animal Care Facility reminds pet owners to plan ahead for the coming 4th of July holiday and keep dogs and cats safe in their own homes.

“Our stray animal population spikes during the 4th of July period. The fireworks stands are open and people celebrate early,” said Dave Dickinson, Animal Care Director. “Dogs and cats get scared and escape. Plan in advance to keep your pets calm and safe in their homes and avoid having to make a trip to the shelter to find your pet.”

Safety Tips:

Resist the urge to take your pet to fireworks displays. You’re asking for trouble, as most pets have a very strong fear of loud, sudden noises which are like to evoke their “flight or fight mode.” Fireworks can cause true terror in a pet.

SAKrescue Kitten Adoptions @ Roseville Incredible Pets Sat. June 29th!

SAKrescue Kitten Adoptions @ Roseville Incredible Pets Sat. June 29th!

SAKrescue is having an adoption event this Saturday, June 29th!

We have LOTS of BRAND NEW KITTENS!!!

Siamese, Maine Coon, Tabbys, Orange ones & more!

We will be at the INCREDIBLE PETS in Roseville, from 11-3. It's located at 1105 Roseville Square, next to Trader Joe's.

Pet of the Week- Maisy

Pet of the Week- Maisy

Maisy turned ONE years-old this week and the best gift for her would be an adoption!

Weekend Fun!

Weekend Fun!

There will be plenty of fun activities available for the entire family this weekend -- and beyond.

Carmichael is the place to go for more musical fun on weekends.  This Saturday, June 15, the headliner band will be Because– a Beatles tribute band complete with costumes including Sgt.

Free Outdoor Concert Friday, June 14

Free Outdoor Concert Friday, June 14

This free outdoor concert spotlighting classic R&B "Mercy Me" starts at 6:30pm. 

WHERE: Village Green Park, 3141 Bridgeway Drive

Food trucks, kettle corn and lots of family fun!

Heroic tree trimmer reunites treed cat with 5-year-old girl

Heroic tree trimmer reunites treed cat with 5-year-old girl

SACRAMENTO - A tree trimmer became a local hero Friday morning after rescuing a little girl's best friend from a 40-foot pine tree.

Little  Bella Cantori's cat Duchess had been missing for about five days when neighbor JoAnn Iverson and her husband were out on a walk Wednesday.

"We were walking by the condominium complex and a woman asked if we knew how to get a cat out of a tree because it had been up there for a week," said Iverson.

Iverson said she called the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department, who directed her to Animal Control, who in turn directed her to the Sac Metro Fire Dept.

"The fire department came out Wednesday night and tried everything they could to get the cat," Iverson said.