June 29, 2022

Fossil fuel extraction threatens Africa’s remaining elephants

Destructive oil drilling, fracking and new roads are coming to a UNESCO World Heritage site, putting endangered elephants at even greater risk. By Tzeporah Berman and Ina-Maria Shikongo / Independent Media Institute The growingglobal outcry against the destruction caused by the oil and gas industry has pushed leaders to address their actions to fight the resulting climate […]

CARE: Quiz night is this Wednesday – 2nd March @ Craft

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Benefits of dog Insurance

When it comes to being a pet parent, even the thought of it can make a pet lover go crazy with love and thrill. There isn’t a single reason as to why not. Especially when you’re petting a dog, you’d have already started browsing through breeders and pet shops- and then the hustle of deciding […]

Cayman: DoA Appeals for Info on Dumped Carcass

This is being released on behalf of the Department of Agriculture. The attached graphic may be disturbing to readers. Wednesday, 9 February 2022 DoA Appeals to Public for Information on Dumped Carcass Cayman Islands – The Department of Agriculture (DoA) is appealing to members of the public for information concerning a dog’s carcass which was […]

Cayman: CCMI’s Reef Lecture Series continues in 2022!

Join us for CCMI’s next Reef Lecture Thursday, 24th February 2022 at 5:45pm (advance registration required) About the topic:This year marks a decade of restoration research at CCMI, and during this time, the organisation made significant strides toward improving methods for rearing corals in the nursery as well as improving survival after planting corals back onto […]

Cayman: Research project explores sea turtles’ ‘lost years’ 

Cayman Turtle Conservation and Education Centre, Upwell affix tiny trackers to young sea turtles before mass release; data may solve mysteries about their lives and boost efforts to save the endangered species  In an unprecedented research project, 30 juvenile Green sea turtles of varying ages have been released directly into the waters off Grand Cayman, wearing […]

Everything you need to know about the Cayman Islands customs regulations

If you are planning to move to the Cayman Islands, or even if you are planning a short trip, then it is of vital importance to know what you can get through the customs. If you bring too many things or try to pass the customs with something illegal, you could get in serious trouble […]

How to make your dog happy

Asides from human companionship, one of the best ways to get true companionship are by owning a dog, but this will also require a lot of effort from you. This is because dogs generally need enough care and attention, and in addition to that, you may need to take your dogs for regular walks and […]

Cayman: Police carry out Joint Operation in West Bay

From RCIPS Just after 3:15PM yesterday, 18 January, a number of RCIPS Units attended a residence on Duxies Lane in West Bay to execute a search warrant. The officers were accompanied by officers from the Animal Welfare Unit of the DOA. When the officers arrived, dogs were cleared from the yard by the DOA officers […]

Would dogs be better off without us?

A thought experiment tells us a lot about man’s best friend—and ourselves. By Jessica Pierce and Marc Bekoff / Independent Media Institute Would dogs be better off without us? This may be a difficult question to consider if you live with a dog, love dogs, and find beauty in the enduring loyalty of the human-dog […]