pets

Investigating fowl play

An unexpected wake-up call ruffled some feathers in the University District last week with the discovery of some unclaimed chickens wandering free.Continue...

Time to fret over student pets

In last Friday’s issue of the Journal, we published a feature profiling student pet owners, outlining the ups and downs of having a pet in a student household.Continue...

Ghetto pets

Caring for a furry friend isn’t always fun and games if you’re a student.Continue...

How adopting my cats changed my life

In a corner of my living room at any given time, there’s a pile of Whiskas cat food scattered across the hardwood floor.Continue...

Our pets were there for us during quarantine. Let’s be there for them afterward.

As businesses shuttered and schools shut down in March, people around the world retreated into their homes, saying goodbye to friends and loved ones for an indefinite period of time. We were thrown into new routines that kept us, for the most part, without physical companions, and for many the appeal of adopting a pet for company was hard to resist.Continue...

Montreal’s breed specific legislation is bad for dogs and bad for humans

In Montreal, there is an ongoing will-they-won’t-they drama playing out concerning the city’s controversial decision to enact breed-specific legislation (BSL).Continue...

The healing power of furry friends

When exam season strikes, nothing is more distracting and funny than cat memes on the Internet.

But seeing a cat or dog in real life could actually help you focus more on your...Continue...

Foster puppy love

To the time-pressed student at Queen’s, the idea of fostering animals can seem a daunting and burdensome task. But it can also be extremely rewarding. That is, once you master some basic...Continue...