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THE WEIRS TIMES & THE COCHECO TIMES, Thursday, August 6, 2015

News From Live And Let Live Farm

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Home away from home for your pets! 640 Suncook Valley Road, Alton, NH A LT O N B E D A N D B I S C U I T. C O M


Mama Ginger and her litter of 10 pups at two weeks old. Sometimes it can be difficult to notice big changes when they occur in small increments. Occasionally I’ll go three or four weeks without a chance to work on “the farm,” and I always find the changes during those times to be remarkable—a new round pen, a new service road, a new paddock, or a new set of rescued animals. The farm is constantly morphing, improving, growing in its ability to meet the ever changing needs of Earth’s precious creatures who so often find themselves at the mercy of the circumstances of man. One of the most remarkable of these big changes over time is the emergence of the farm as a venue for collecting stray or abandoned pregnant momma dogs from the south, giving them safe harbor, and then finding them loving adoptive homes after giving birth, and of course their pups, too. Live and Let Live Farm’s tireless leader and Executive Director, Teresa Paradis


Age: 4 years | Sex: Neutered Male | Breed: Domestic Short Hair This handsome boy is Kermit. He came to the shelter as a stray and is about 4 years old. He may look tough but he has been overwhelmed here at the shelter and needs a patient, compassionate owner who can help him feel safe in his new home. He can be a bit of a rough player, so he would do best in a quiet home with adults or older children who will give him his space, and where he can be your only pet. Do you have a forever home for Kermit? Come to the shelter and meet this handsome tabby boy.

Hawkie Talon, A Red-Tailed Hawk, has been hanging out at Live and Let Live Farm. was presented with the knowledge of a need and started to work. Now, a couple of years later, in addition to maintaining an operation that rescues and cares for anywhere from 70 to 80 horses, plus the seemingly endless array of goats, pigs, ponies, mules, cows, ducks, geese, rabbits, et

Cocheco Valley Humane Society

262 Country Farm Road • Dover, NH • 603-749-5322 •

A Friendly, Fiber Farm ... In Center Sandwich, N.H.

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Do you need financial help w/spaying or altering of your dog or cat?

Call 224-1361 today.

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