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Hurricane Katrina had come through southern Mississippi. It had destroyed our home.
I went to the local animal rescue league shelter to find a kitten. The staff person in charge said that she had belonged to an elderly lady who had passed away during the hurricane…
Even Out Of Tragedy You Find Miracles! »
Failing Sight Won't Stop Elvis!
Elvis was abandoned because of a disease that will one day leave him blind. Read His Amazing Story »
Help Protect Your Pets
Pet food recalls are becoming far too common. Just last month there was yet another recall on dog food.
The FDA's new proposal includes safety requirements similar to those in place for manufacturers of human food. They deserve safe and healthy food!
Help Protect Your Pets! »
The majestic polar bear isn't just an arctic icon — it's a critical component of the arctic ecosystem. But as climate change is melting their hunting ground, many are starving and forced to swim extreme distances between ice floes. Two-thirds of the world's polar bears could be lost in as few as 35 years. If we do nothing to change the path were on, they could be wiped out.
The best way to protect them is to limit carbon pollution and stop climate change, through policies like the EPA's Clean Power Plan. But Congress has made attacking the plan a top priority — despite overwhelming public support for climate action.
Loss and grief are tragic, inescapable, and universal experiences. We all fear losing our loved ones, and that doesn’t just mean the human ones. Saying goodbye to your furry children can be unbelievably painful, and it is compounded when you have to make the choice of when they go. Knowing they will someday cross the Rainbow Bridge is vastly different from watching them walk across it. Read more at http://blog.theanimalrescuesite.com/petgrief/#bEMdhOsUvepZLkYe.99