Mississippi MUTTS is a non-profit animal rescue and transport team based in Oxford that works to mitigate the overpopulation of stray cats and dogs across the state and provide relief for overcrowded shelters.
University of Mississippi student Lilli Gordon is a foster parent who believes that fostering a pet can be an opportunity for someone to see if they are ready to have the responsibility full time.
In some European countries, it is not uncommon for customers to bring their pets into restaurants as they dine. A new animal-friendly Batesville restaurant welcomes dogs and occasionally goats.
One of the many questions that parents receive from their kids’ in college is “Can I get a dog?” and most parents’ responses are “Absolutely not.”
Tricia Williams Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org University of Mississippi students have been crucial in the development of a dog-friendly environment in Oxford. Oxford is a community continually influenced by the demands of the […]
Emma McCabe Oxford Stories email@example.com Oxford is an animal-friendly town. Saturdays are often spent outside playing with puppies at the Humane Society or walking the family dog at Pat Lamar Park. But […]
Kennedy Glanzer Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org Technology plays an important role in everything today – even the local animal shelter. When a lost dog or cat is brought to the Humane Society, they […]
Hannah Simmons The Oxford Eagle Rachel Hall, a senior at the University of Mississippi, wants to start her own animal rescue organization after graduation. Hall, who is studying marketing and business, will […]