Pets bore the brunt of Guy Fawkes

first_imgThe female is likely to lose her right eye. The other dog has a deep laceration on the bottom jaw. “Before Guy Fawkes they were healthy and had a zest for life. Today they are left scarred emotionally and physically and we as rational, law-abiding citizens have to ask why,” said Mr Perrins. A Pitbull injured on Guy Fawkes. The Animal Welfare Society of South Africa says it’s still dealing with the after-effects of Guy Fawkes.The organisation says they were up well past the early hours of this morning fielding calls from concerned members of the public, dealing with a host of animal related inquiries and several injured animals.Resource Development and Communications Officer, Allan Perrins, said; “We were hoping for a less eventful Guy Fawkes than previous years but sadly that was not to be. We put in a tremendous pro-active effort to try to educate and mitigate the negative effects of Guy Fawkes, but it would appear as though our message, reinforced by all other animal welfare organisations, mostly fell on deaf ears to the detriment of the majority including Cape Town’s pet and wild animal population.”In Mitchell’s Plain, an adult female pitbull while trying to escape because the neighbours were allegedly letting of crackers, almost impaled herself on the owners boundary fence, resulting in a serious laceration to her hind leg. In Athlone, two dogs escaped their otherwise secure property and when they returned home to their worried owners, they both had serious injuries. A Pitbull injured on Guy Fawkes. Sandy injured during Guy Fawkes. 1 of 2last_img read more

Northeast Ohio High School Football Scores/Standings Week 4

first_img Matt Medley Matt Medley is co-editor at NEO Sports Insiders, covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Indians and high school sports in Northeast Ohio.Follow @MedleyHoops on Twitter for live updates from games. Marie R.K. Dillingham, Elijah Mooneyham, Payton Vince, and Scott Piker contributed to this article.Akron City Series*Ellet 83 Kenmore 26**Firestone 31 Akron Garfield 14**Buchtel 61 Akron North 0*Akron East 12 Dover 28StandingsEllet 4-0 (1-0)Firestone 1-3 (1-0)Buchtel 1-3 (1-0)Akron East 1-3 (0-0)Kenmore 1-3 (0-1)Akron Garfield 1-3 (0-1)Akron North 0-4 (0-1)Week 5 Schedule*Ellet vs. Akron Garfield**Firestone @ Akron North**Akron East @ Kenmore*Buchtel vs. St. EdwardNext Slide: Chagrin Valley Conference Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Related Topicslast_img read more

West Florida tennis student-athletes earn ITA Scholar Athlete honors

first_imgSKILLMAN, N.J. – The University of West Florida women’s tennis team was named an All-Academic Team by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association while 14 West Florida men’s and women’s tennis student-athletes earned ITA Scholar Athlete honors for their achievements on and off the court during this past season. To earn ITA All-Academic Team honors a team must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.2 of above. The UWF women’s tennis team is one of 57 NCAA Division-II women’s tennis teams to be honored and one of two women’s tennis teams in the Gulf South Conference to earn the award. Eight West Florida women’s tennis student-athletes were honored as ITA Scholar Athletes including Fernanda Amaral (Curitiba, Brazil), Katarina Dikosavljevic (Queensland, Australia), Laure-Eline Faure (Toulouse, France), Gabriela Fernandez (Guatemala City, Guatemala), Sarai Flores (Mexico City, Mexico), Monika Kochanova (Bratislava, Slovakia), Erica Lilja Eriksson (Kristinehamn, Sweden), Giovana Patitucci (Sao Paulo, Brazil). Amaral, Fernandez, Flores and Patitucci earn the award for the second consecutive year. Six UWF men’s tennis student-athlete were named ITA Scholar Athletes as well including Pablo Borrero (Pereira, Colombia), Richard Hornby (Christchurch, New Zealand), Elio Latella (Sydney, Australia), Carlos Moura (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), Alex Peyrot (Castelnaudary, France) and Pedro Roese (Novo Hamburgo, Brazil). Hornby, Moura and Roese earn the award for the second consecutive year with Latella earning his third ITA Scholar Athlete honor in his career. ITA Scholar Athlete award winners must have a GPA of 3.5 or above during the 2014-15 academic year and must be a varsity letter winner. For information on all UWF athletics, visit #ARGOS# Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more