Our house feels especially blessed at this time of year. As Howard said so poignantly the other day, “You’re never lonely when you have cats.” And right now, we have some of the most beautiful, funny, and inspiring nuggets ever to share our life and our home.
As our Mobile Rescue Unit pulled down Lewyt Street on a snowy Saturday afternoon, the 47 dogs and puppies aboard may not have known it at the time, but they were finally safe.
Animal League America's Rescue Team collaborated with Brooklyn Animal Care & Control to save the life of one severely injured kitten, and a homeless mama cat and her five adorable kittens. Now all in the care of our highly skilled medical team and nurturing shelter staff, all seven of these felines will have everything they need to find responsible, loving homes to call their own.
Animal League America recently teamed up with a small rescue group dedicated to saving the lives of surrendered, abused, neglected and stray companion animals in their tiny community in West Virginia.
Some say it originated in the Australian Outback. Others point to Alaska or Siberia as the source. No matter where it came from, the expression “three-dog-night” means a night so bitterly cold you’d need three dogs in bed with you to keep you warm. But what about our beloved dogs? They’re always there for Read More
Anyone who loves and lives with a cat knows that felines are heat-seekers. If there’s a warm spot to be found, your cat will find it, whether it’s a sun-puddle, a windowsill, or a fresh pile of laundry straight from the dryer. Cats are creatures of comfort, and the most comfortable cat is a Read More
After successful careers in the business world, Nancy Teague found her true calling training service dogs. But soon came to the realization that the need for service dogs far exceeded the supply. That’s when she decided to combine her years of business experience with her life’s passion and founded Putnam Service Dogs, a 501(c)3 charity, which provides free service dogs and follow-up support services to people with physical disabilities other than blindness.
My cat had gotten out of the apartment; I searched everywhere, I put up posted checked sites daily to see if he would turn up, and reported him missing. No word. Then one day I was on Facebook and saw my cat on an animal foundation's page. I contacted them and they had already adopted out my cat.
After losing our apartment, we have been staying with my sister. She is threatening to take my dogs to animal control can she legally do this?