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Furry Friends and Local Prints

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On the tail of our March edition’s Parting Shot collage of Moonshiners’ dogs our call for submissions fetched more community canine love.

NATURE’S HEARTBEAD

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As we flow from a historic winter to anticipated spring, Sabrina Frey, celebrates all 4 seasons with her glass jewelry bead mosaics. Enjoy her colorful, intricate and unique view of mother nature.

This is a Tough Time for Animal Welfare

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Now is the time to adopt an animal, says Stephanie Nistler, Humane Society of Truckee-Tahoe CEO.

Meet Estrella

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With local shelters bursting at the seams, Estrella is one of the Humane Society of Truckee-Tahoe’s longest-tenured residents longing to finally find her loving furever home.

No Place Like Home

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Maddie’s Fund helps nearly 1,800 pets find their furever homes.

July 28, 2020 Moonshine Minutes

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Critter rehab

Critters of all shapes and sizes come calling at the Lake Tahoe Rehabilitation Center. Walk through a day in the life of the busy facility, complete with an appearance by a baby chipmunk and a venerable bald eagle. Reporting and broadcasting by Eve Quesnel, with a minor assist from MI editor Becca Loux.

July 23, 2020 Moonshine Minutes

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Dog days with a canine forensics expert

Kayle is an 11-year-old who searches for human remains using her nose. This trained border collie and her owner, John Grebenkemper, have helped add clarity to what is known about famous Donner Party’s campsites. Reporting and broadcasting by Alex Hoeft.

Helping Hands

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The people of Truckee/North Tahoe find ways to help out in a time of global crisis. From food donations to keeping pets fed to making face masks, residents are stepping it up.

Pawsitive Reinforcement

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The Humane Society of Truckee-Tahoe is one of 50 shelters across the U.S. participating in Cat Pawsitive, a program intended to increase the adoptability of felines.

Helping Hands and Paws

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How many volunteers does it take to run an animal shelter? The answer, it turns out, is more than 400 — and they don’t just help run an animal shelter. They do things like make hospital visits, foster the literacy of young readers, and make possible the adoption of over 600 animals annually.