Tag Archives: Warren Animal Shelter


Warren police: Animal control officer kept unknown bank account

Warren police: Animal control officer kept unknown bank account

Warren Animal Control Officer Heidy Garrity kept a bank account unknown to town officials, using it to deposit — and later spend on herself — more than $9,000 worth of donations meant for the Warren Animal Shelter. Those allegations are contained in an affidavit signed by Warren Deputy Chief Joseph Loiselle last Wednesday, June 3


Former shelter dog wakes family to fire

Way to go, Romeo. A volunteer at the Warren Animal Shelter sent along this nice note about one of their former tenants. According to Anna Palmieri: “On March 16, Romeo, who had been with us for just about a year, was adopted and went home with his new mom in North Kingstown. Well, today we received

Sue Krause puts a coat of primer on a wall inside the Warren Animal Shelter.

Volunteers spruce up Warren Animal Shelter

Volunteers will spend a good part of this week, and probably next, giving a lift to the Warren Animal Shelter. Moving from room to room, they plan on painting most of the facility — the kennel area comes later — and will also put in a new linoleum floor. Work started Monday, though a lot


Hi, I’m Smokey

I am a Staffordshire Bull Terrier; neutered, gray with white markings, about two and a half years old and 50 lbs. I am all up to date on my shots and am ready to go if someone would like to give me my new forever home. If you meet me I am sure you would want to take


Warren eyes animal shelter alternatives

Town officials are taking their first fledgling steps toward finding a new home for the Warren Animal Shelter. At Tuesday night’s meeting, the Warren Town Council gave the police chief authorization to look for a new home for the shelter and put out an RFP, or Request for Proposals, soliciting ideas. What they entail —


DEM inspects Warren shelter after complaints

State inspectors paid a surprise visit to the Warren Animal Shelter Tuesday afternoon after receiving anonymous tips about conditions at the cramped shelter at the end of Wood Street. Special agent Joseph Warzycha from the Rhode Island Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and veterinary paramedic Marisa Coates from the state Department of