If I could, I would donate every last dollar I have to animal rescues and shelters. However, I’m a typical human and sometimes…I like to shop. For example, I’m a coffee addict and sometimes, I need an extra jolt in the morning. I’m also a fan of lotions and perfumes – my entire cabinet is… Continue reading Rescue Roundup: Companies that Give Back to Animals
For the second year in a row, NBCUniversal and the Telemundo Station Group have partnered together for a nationwide event: Clear the Shelters! Tomorrow, July 23, hopeful adopters can visit local shelters and rescues across the country, where there will be lowered or waived adoption fees and waived spay or neuter fees in an effort to… Continue reading Rescue Resource: Clear the Shelters
According to the ASPCA, BSL, or breed-specific legislation, “is the blanket term for laws that either regulate or ban certain dog breeds in an effort to decrease dog attacks on humans and other animals.” Actually, StopBSL.org, has a more realistic description listed on their website: “BSL is an ethical failure. BSL is a public safety… Continue reading Rescue Responsibility: What is BSL?
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few weeks, you know Pokemon Go has taken over. Anywhere you look, there are crowds of players of all ages with their eyes on their phone, hoping to “catch them all.” I am a 90’s kid so I understand the hype of Pokemon; I just… Continue reading Rescue Reality: Pokemon Go Helps Rescue Animals
So you’ve made the (wonderful) decision to rescue your next pet. Now comes the next question – how do you know if you are actually ready to adopt? Rescuing my baby/dog was the best decision I ever made but I also had to ask myself difficult questions and be honest with myself in terms of… Continue reading Rescue Resource: Are You Ready to Adopt?
Dogs are known as “mans best friend.” In fact, over 1/3 of American households have at least one dog running around. Many other pets have a special place in our hearts as well – 30.4% of households own at least one cat and 3% of households own at least one bird. According to the CDC,… Continue reading Rescue Reward: Pets in the Workplace
Walking through cosmetic store aisles, many see an oasis of makeup perfection. I, however, and many others around me, see the truth behind the bright packaging and flashy names. Over 100 million animals are killed each year throughout laboratories across the world. According to The Humane Society of the United States, although not required by… Continue reading Rescue Resource: Going Cruelty Free