Yesterday I told you about the “fakers,“ those who falsely claim their pet is a service animal in order to take with them wherever they go. Now that we know there are some bad actors out there that are claiming their pets are service animals, what can be done about it? By knowing what the … Continue reading
Fake service dogs? Are you kidding me? Yes, indeedy! Seems that some dog owners are scamming the system by claiming their companion animal is a service dog. WHAT? Oh yeah, it’s easy! You just say your dog is a service animal, and businesses cannot then deny your dog entrance into their business. But surely dog … Continue reading
Oh Dog! Happy Sunday! I hope you remembered to SPRING! forward, if it’s time for you to do so. Jen says the best thing about springing forward is that it takes the cats a week to figure out they’re not waking her up early! *snicker* We heard several pieces of good news this week. And … Continue reading
Hooray! My teeth are clean! I am on antibiotics and pain meds for a few days, but I should soon be back to my old, charming self. Thanks to everyone for their support, their prayers, and their warm wishes! You guys ROCK!
Because his liver enzyme levels were back to normal, so tomorrow he will have his teeth cleaned and tooth extracted. Hooray!
Yesterday I shared with you a conversation with John Doppler Schiff about the Caboodle Ranch and the backlash when this massive hoarder was shut down. Today we’ll end with some recommendations for making sure you are not enabling a hoarder. But first, I had to know, do people still send Craig Grant money? Schiff: Yes, … Continue reading
John Doppler Schiff. Know the name? You would if you were a hoarder or a breeder. You see, John Doppler Schiff is one of the people behind CaboodleRanch.net, a website devoted to profiling the cruelty behind the Caboodle Ranch Cat Rescue Sanctuary. Caboodle Ranch was raided in 2012 after years of people voicing concerns about … Continue reading
No one wants to buy from a puppy mill. But did you know that you could be even if you adopt? That’s right! The Don’t Shop, Adopt campaign has been so successful that some puppy mills are getting sneaky and setting up their own “rescues.” Oh, they look good. They hold adoption events. They contract … Continue reading
He was emaciated, so much so that he could hardly walk upright. Instead, he toddled like a young child. I fed him. How could I not? I brought him inside and into the spare room. I told him that if he lived through the weekend, I’d take him to the vet. But I honestly didn’t … Continue reading
When Hissy and June Buggie started writing Hisses and Purrs, the goal was to make people aware of what was really going on in the world in relation to animal welfare. June Buggie especially wanted humans to know that while much of the news was bad, there is also much good news out there. The … Continue reading