Spay/neuter your pets
Do we care? We should. Whether a dog, cat, pup or kitten, each is a living animal and deserves just treatment.
It’s often said some breeds get aggressive. What makes them so? Humans, of course.
Spring has come and gone and not much done about spay/neuter from the looks of the animal shelter. Shame on you. It’s time to get with the program. That’s not said enough.
Be responsible pet owners. A pet is a lifetime commitment, so take care of it. When I visit the shelter I see so many surrendered animals due to ignorance of people.
What are you thinking? Making other pay for being irresponsible.
Wake up and take care of God’s creatures. Spay/neuter is the only answer.
The Covington High School band is ready for the football time in Tipton County, according to band director Kreston Smith. During band camp, Smith reinforced the importance of students coming to the band room with respect for the entire process, from the music to the director to themselves.