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  • Success! New Zealand Domestic Cats Won't Be Trapped and Killed

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    Success! New Zealand Domestic Cats Won't Be Trapped and Killed

    Trapping and killing: that's what Richard King, the executive of the Invercargill City Council in southern New Zealand, told residents concerned about domesticated neighborhood cats to do back in March. A woman in Invercargill had 37 cats who, according to neighbors, were said to "swarm" in the streets.

    King's answer to their concerns? Residents could pick up traps from the City Council and provided they returned them with no cat inside (because the animal had been killed), use...

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  • Success! Ayla Can Keep Her Rooster, Dallas!

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    Success! Ayla Can Keep Her Rooster, Dallas!

    To help a little girl named Ayla keep her beloved pet rooster, Dallas, more than 35,000 Care2 members signed a petition -- and now it's a success!

    It was back in June of 2012 that 5-year-old Ayla bought Dallas with her own money, with the intention of showing him at 4-H this summer. Ayla's family were careful to do their research and found that Dufur did not have any ordinances prohibiting residents from keeping roosters.

    Ayla took great care of Dallas, carrying him, sneaking him special...

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  • Success! Public Education For Special Needs Kids Saved in Wisconsin

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    Success! Public Education For Special Needs Kids Saved in Wisconsin

    Every student with disabilities, no matter where they live or what their family's circumstances, is entitled to a "free and appropriate education" under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). In theory, this means that every student with a disability should get the education she or he needs from their public school system. In practice, many do not, and parents find themselves having to advocate -- and, in some cases, take legal action -- to get their children the education...

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