At the first South Florida Hope to Dream Sleepover, the Miami Dolphins and Ashley HomeStore surprised 100 underprivileged children with the gift of comfortable sleep for years come. Each of the children enjoyed a sleepover party at the Dolphins Training Center, where they received their very own twin-size bed and bedding from Ashley HomeStore, decked out with a Miami Dolphins comforter. Partnering with the Dolphins gave us a terrific chance to create some magic for these kids, said Keith Koenig, president of City Furniture, the southeast and southwest Florida licensee for ชุดผ้าปูที่นอน 5 ฟุต Ashley HomeStore. The sleepover party on the Dolphins training field made for once-in-a-lifetime memories, and their new beds should make a lasting difference in their comfort and quality of sleep. The event hosted by the Miami Dolphins on Feb. 24 was the latest gridiron-themed sleepover for Ashley HomeStores international Hope to Dream initiative. The kids enjoyed dinner, toured the Dolphins locker room and powered through fun games and activities with Miami Dolphins players Laremy Tunsil , cheerleaders, Fins Force and mascot TD before a dance party on their new beds. Its a great experience and Im happy to be here, McCain said. Underprivileged kids coming in here and Ashley HomeStore doing a great job providing these kids with beds. With the Miami Dolphins and the league in general, kids are important.
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President Donald Trump take cover as they are hit by pepper spray by police on the sidelines of the inauguration in Washington, DC, U.S., January 20, 2017. REUTERS/Adrees Latif/File Photo 1/2 left right File Photo: A police officer falls to the ground as another shoots pepper spray at protesters demonstrating against U.S. President Donald Trump on the sidelines of the inauguration in Washington, D.C. January 20, 2017. REUTERS/Adrees Latif/File Photo 2/2 By Ian Simpson | WASHINGTON WASHINGTON Washington police who clashed with protesters at President Donald Trump's inauguration potentially breached department guidelines and the rights of demonstrators, including through use of pepper spray, a civilian review board said on Monday. Officers from Washington's Metropolitan Police Department repeatedly used pepper spray and stun grenades at the Jan. 20 inauguration without warning protesters or ordering them to disperse, as procedures called for, the report by the District of Columbia's Police Complaints Board said. Pepper spray was "deployed to move the crowd, without warnings, and in many instances it was used on people who were simply standing in the wrong place," the 16-page report said. In some cases, Washington police lacked clear coordination with thousands of officers from other agencies deployed at the inauguration, and surrounded and arrested protesters without probable cause, it said. A police spokesman said in an email that officers had acted responsibly during the unrest and the board's suggestions would be taken into account. Trump's inauguration followed a turbulent election campaign and was marred by street clashes between police and rock- and bottle-throwing black-clad activists just a few blocks from the White House.
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27, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --As people on a fixed income (or no income at all) struggle to meet their companion animals' needs, PETA has stepped in to help: The group spent more than $2.2 million in 2016 to provide veterinary services and suppliesincluding free and low-cost medical care, spay/neuter services, doghouses, bedding, food, counseling to help people retain and care for animals they were about to give up, and free euthanasia services for ill, aged, aggressive, and dying animals. PETA served more than 25,000 dogs, cats, and other animals from more than 250 cities in just one region of the country: southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina. The group is appealing to every caring person to help solve this "crisis of care" in a video available at PETA.org, which urges people to adopt animals from shelters rather than buying them from breeders and pet stores, have them spayed or neutered and help others without funds do the same, look out for neglected animals, and recognize that curbing the homeless-animal crisis begins with prevention. Millions of dogs and cats end up in U.S. animal shelters annually, and many are abandoned on the streets as shelters keep their euthanasia rates low by turning away animals in need. In 2016, PETA's work in impoverished areas local to its Hampton Roads headquarters, the Sam Simon Center, ผ้าปูที่นอน included the following: Addressing the root of the problem by sterilizing more than 15,000 dogs, cats , and rabbits on its mobile clinics, preventing millions of animals from being born into communities already bursting at the seams with unwanted ones Transportingfree of chargemore than 1,000 animals to and from its clinics to aid guardians without the means to do so Providing more than 3,000 families with free veterinary and counseling services, helping them keep animals they were about to give up Visiting more than 7,000 chained and penned "backyard dogs" to treat parasite infestations, give out free flea and flystrike prevention, shave matted fur, show lonely ones affection, and provide them with water buckets, food, and toys Building and delivering 312 sturdy doghouses to "backyard dogs" Euthanizing 1,428 elderly, feral, sick, dying, aggressive, and otherwise unadoptable animals free of chargealmost 450 of whom were brought to PETA by destitute guardians desperate to alleviate their animals' suffering, as well as others turned away by "no-kill" facilities that reject unadoptable animals in order to keep "save rates" high Placing 568 adoptable animals in loving homes or delivering them for adoption to shelters with high foot traffic "Until you've witnessed it for yourself, it's impossible to imagine what PETA deals with every day in southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina, where dogs are left to rot on a chain by people who can't or won't meet these animals' basic needs," says PETA Senior Vice President Daphna Nachminovitch. "Animals will continue to suffer until continuous chaining is illegal, breeding is restricted, and puppy mills and pet shops are replaced by adoption facilities." PETA is the only private animal shelter in the area that takes in animals without appointments, waiting lists, admission fees, or restricted hours. PETA's fleet of mobile clinics has sterilized more than 139,000 dogs and cats since 2001. For more information, please visit PETA.org . Watch the video here . To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/animal-neglect-lack-of-veterinary-care-point-to-animal-care-crisis-300414380.html SOURCE People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Reblog
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