Jocelyn Heaney

Paw & Order Contributor

Jocelyn Heaney is an English Instructor, animal activist and freelance writer for Los Angeles Review of Books, and Warner Brothers Pictures among others.  Her favorite animals are great white sharks, horses and all manner of cats. She is currently at work on a memoir.

Contributions

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When conservationist Lawrence Anthony died, the elephants he helped save gave him a funeral.
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After tragedy struck along a California highway, Prince was rescued by a pair of Good Samaritans.
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Sewage-sniffing dogs clean Milwaukee waterways.
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Lilly suffered severe injuries while pulling her owner to safety.
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Georgia is one of hundreds of abused and abandoned dogs that the Antioch, California, animal shelter cares for each year.
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Despite two deformed legs, Roosevelt is as energetic as any so-called normal dog.
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The sole caretaker of Moyenne Island in the Republic of Seychelles, octogenarian Brendon Grimshaw fosters more than 100 tortoises.
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Pet gives authorities a detailed description of his owner's city, street and block.
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Abandoned by her mother, little Tilly is being hand-raised by folks at an English zoo.
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Should it matter where a service dog receives its training?

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