More than 20 dogs found in three weeks in squats in Saint-Denis

Last Wednesday, the Association for Education in Animal Benevolence (APEBA) intervened again in Saint-Denis to recover dogs in a squat. This association has been dealing with this kind of situation for several years. The process always seems to be the same: children, quite young, kidnap stray dogs in the street to bring them to unoccupied … Read more

The sun is up to twice as dangerous in Reunion

The 24th edition of the National Skin Cancer Prevention and Screening Week is being held from May 20 to 24. According to Inca, the National Cancer Institute, 80,000 new cases of skin cancer are diagnosed in France each year (2/3 of which are due to excessive exposure to sunlight and UV radiation). In Reunion, the … Read more

Salazie: His puppy shot dead in his yard

Difficult for Yannick to understand the reasons for this despicable act. Sunday morning, he discovers his puppy, 2 months old, shot dead in his yard. An atrocious act that he fails to understand. The facts took place Saturday evening around 10 p.m. For some unknown reason, Yannick did not hear the shot, unlike his neighbors. … Read more

ALIKA, an exemplary animal protection association

Its president is a fervent advocate and lover of pets. As a speech therapist at Plate Saint-Leu, she regularly demonstrates the benefits of zootherapy. The presence of dogs and cats is good for our balance, “we must therefore be responsible and loving masters” according to Marie Polio, President of Alika (which means dog in Malagasy). … Read more

What to do with the 27 dogs captured by the TCO a week ago?

On the night of Thursday to Friday last week, the body of a man was found with traces of dog bites. If the autopsy will confirm that the bites were not the cause of death, the TCO (West Coast Territory) had not waited for the results to launch a vast operation to capture stray dogs … Read more

Overweight men die more often from prostate cancer

The risk of dying from prostate cancer is higher in overweight men, concludes a large study published Thursday, May 5, without establishing a direct physiological link between these two phenomena. Read alsoCancers: “signaturesto paint a more accurate picture of tumors This study, published in the journal BMC Medicine, is of unprecedented scope on the subject. … Read more

an increasing number of hounds in our streets

During the night from Friday to Saturday, in La Saline-Les-Hauts, the body of a man was found with traces of bites *, some of which were visibly inflicted by large dogs, probably mastiffs. This type of animal, stray or stray (the difference being that strays have “owners”), are more and more seen in the streets. … Read more

Stray dogs: Mobilization against the “mass capture” operation

Volunteers involved in the rescue of stray or mistreated dogs gathered this Sunday morning in front of the town hall of Saint-Paul to protest against the “mass” capture operation announced by the TCO. By NP – Published on Sunday, May 1, 2022 at 09:37 DR – Youva R As they promised yesterday, volunteers met this … Read more

five after its disappearance, a cat found on an offshore platform

A cat has found its owner five years after having disappeared, at the end of a journey which led it to a Scottish offshore platform from where it was evacuated by helicopter, indicated the humane society. Read alsoHow to take care of your older cat? “We successfully rescued a cat found on an offshore oil … Read more

Partial or total loss of vision observed in infected patients

A link between potential coronavirus contamination and occlusions observed in the eye has just been observed by American researchers who evoke a “CVA” of the eye. By Nicolas Payet – Posted on Tuesday, April 19, 2022 at 11:55 Total or partial loss of vision has been reported by patients who have contracted Covid-19. DResearchers at … Read more