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Is the PSPCA a news source? It's not a newspaper or TV station and as the PSPCA is involved in this case it is not an impartial source of information. I am referring to these recently added items: "PSPCA Saves the Lives of Hundreds of Cats at Tiger Ranch", PSPCA, March 20, 2008 "Tiger Ranch Update: Lin Marie Facing Over 500 Cruelty Charges; Surviving Cats Continue to Heal", PSPCA, April 9, 2008 CatAnna (talk) 03:32, 29 April 2008 (UTC)CatAnna
It's a news source in the sense they are providing news about the animals, yes. It's probably not impartial because they are involved, yes. Those links aren't being used as references for any information given, though. I'll move all such links to a subsection of External links. --Geniac (talk) 16:19, 29 April 2008 (UTC)
OK Geniac I'm beginning to see how Wikipedia works; thank you for the prompt reply. I've added two additional news sources from Last Chance For Animals and put them in the same section. —Preceding unsigned comment added by CatAnna (talk • contribs) 17:02, 29 April 2008 (UTC)