When Bandit heard that June is Adopt A Shelter Cat Month, he came to us all the way from New Brunswick, Canada to set the record straight. He insists that it’s Adopt A Human Month! You see, Bandit and his Mom left the feral life behind when they landed on the doorstep of a home […]
Posts Tagged ‘animal rescue’
The Ontario SPCA & BC SPCA presents National Cupcake Day™ on behalf of local shelters, SPCA’s & Humane Societies across Canada on February 25th, 2013. The event is new to Canada, but it has been wildly successful in other countries.
❤ Happy Valentine’s Day! ❤ Your perfect Valentine is waiting at a local shelter. You can search for adoptable animals in your area right here on AllNaturalPetCare.com.
With so many charities competing for donations, homeless pets can be forgotten. Please remember them as you enjoy the festivities and remind your friends too! There’s a list below of frequently requested items and of course, cash is always helpful. It’s also more difficult for shelters to find volunteers and foster families over the holidays, […]
Pet adoption is all the rage in Hollywood, it’s the classy thing to do. Black cats and dogs are often left behind at shelters, however. We’re hoping our latest free, shareable digi-poster will help change that with a little assistance from our kind friends. Please share this free graphic on social media or your website.
We’re continuing the black cat series this weekend with another free, shareable digi-poster, “Don’t be a fraidy cat, my only superpower is love”.
Humans love to tame wild creatures or ‘help’ them by providing food, but it can get the animal killed. Tempting animals with garbage and food stored outdoors can also lead to their death.
Here’s a fun thing for your family to do in celebration and support of your country’s athletes competing in the 2012 London Summer Olympics. Load up a bag of items in your country’s colors and donate it to your favorite animal charity! It’s a lot of fun trying to find products that have the right […]
Summer can be a difficult time for charities, when people are busy traveling and generally having a good time. They volunteer less and they donate less. The need doesn’t decline, however, and nowhere is that more true than in animal charities. In fact, the need often increases this time of year. Traveling people lose pets […]
We’ve been reporting to you about the hundreds of dogs seized from a Quebec puppy mill last September. This week, we learned that Nicole Labombard and her mother, Charlene, of Paws R Us, have agreed to abide by a court order to not own more than three pets or operate a kennel for the next […]