cats New 2020 Law Requires Homes For Test Animals By Brian Bull • Jan 31, 2020 Brian Bull / KLCC Animals used for testing now have a chance at a happier, less invasive life thanks to a new Oregon law. Science Ponders How To Decrease Bird-Window Collisions By Brian Bull • Jan 29, 2020 Oregon Dept. Fish & Wildlife / Flickr.com Improvements to sustainability efforts at Lane Community College could involve students searching for bird carcasses around the campus. Do Cats Love Their Humans As Much As Dogs And Babies? Science Says 'Yes' By Brian Bull • Sep 24, 2019 Brian Bull / KLCC Compared to babies and dogs, cats are often seen as more aloof and detached from their caregivers. But as KLCC’s Brian Bull reports, the bond between human and feline is purr-fectly tight. Some Rescued Veneta Cats Available For Adoption; Many Others To Return To Property By Brian Bull • Sep 23, 2019 Brian Bull / KLCC Nearly 70 cats have now been rescued from a beleaguered homestead near Veneta. Cat-Swamped Veneta Residence Gets Help From National Animal Group By Brian Bull • Sep 11, 2019 Brian Bull / KLCC Efforts to help hundreds of cats on a homestead near Veneta just received a big assist from a national organization. Relief Volunteers Hope Foster Parents Can Help Colossal Clowder Of Cats By Brian Bull • Aug 30, 2019 Brian Bull / KLCC Earlier this month we reported on a homestead outside Veneta that was overrun with hundreds of cats. As KLCC’s Brian Bull reports, relief volunteers say it could take months to save as many felines as possible. Relief Efforts Continue At Lane County Homestead Overrun With Hundreds Of Cats By Brian Bull • Aug 29, 2019 Brian Bull / KLCC A handful of people are doing what they can to keep an estimated 300-400 cats properly fed, hydrated, and healthy. Besides medical attention, the animals also need food and water. Lane County Homestead Overrun With At Least 400 Cats, Prompting Calls For Help By Brian Bull • Aug 15, 2019 Brian Bull / KLCC Animal welfare advocates are trying to save hundreds of cats on a rural homestead in Lane County. As Annual TV Shark Frenzy Begins, SAIF Warns Pets More Dangerous By Brian Bull • Jul 25, 2019 Starting this weekend on cable TV, “Shark Week” will likely captivate -and terrify- audiences. But an Oregon company says forget JAWS in the ocean…PAWS in the workplace is a greater menace.