The World Needs More Cat Guys

An urgent email came in from Melissa, my husband’s co-worker of nearly 3 decades.  Her son Zac had rescued yet another kitten from her husband’s job site and the employees at the company needed help stat.  “I can’t stand the thought of so many cats the …

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When The Threat is Real

Like many, I cringe every time I hear about someone surrendering a pet and think to myself, that would never be me.  If I had to move, Bugs and Buster would come with me.  If I got sick, I’d find a way to care for them.  And if a family member suddenly …

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My Love Affair With 40 Models

Some people might be riding high after closing out an event that attracted a record number of guests and raised $190K for Baltimore’s homeless animals, but I’m afraid I’m not one of them.  Instead of an adrenalin rush, I woke up the next morning feelin …

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Inspiring a Campaign in Kuwait

Animal abuse can often seem like an epidemic in the United States, but the problems are far worse in other countries.  Despite the endless dogfighting, violence, and neglect, we, at least, have animal cruelty laws in each state, as well as first respon …

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Is The Pope Catholic?

The message came via text from our friends at Philadoptables in Philly. “The Pet Valu in Silver Spring is closing and they’re looking for people to pick up donations of food this week.  Do you know any rescue partners in need?” Is the Pope Catholic? He …

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Two Words You’ll Never Hear Her Say

Anybody who spends their days following animal rescue efforts knows there are certain names that seem to constantly rise to the top. One of those belongs to an angelic-faced, steel-backboned warrior named Emily Clare.  Over the past five years, her nam …

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The Secret Life Of A Vet Tech

Like so many of our introductions these days, this one came via a Facebook message.  It was from a licensed veterinary technician who also happened to be a hobby photographer and wondered if there was any place in the campaign for a photo she’d taken o …

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