Biden Won Legitimately

Usually I dislike getting into politics, due to the fact that all of it is muddy water. However, with the latest transpiring issues, I think it’s fair to say I should put my hat of cents into the ring.

Via – NyTimes

WASHINGTON — An election-year investigation by Senate Republicans into corruption allegations against Joseph R. Biden Jr. and his son, Hunter, involving Ukraine found no evidence of improper influence or wrongdoing by the former vice president, closing out an inquiry its leaders had hoped would tarnish the Democratic presidential nominee.

Trump spun the Biden disinformation, with the help of “QAnon” – to distract everyone from his own misdoings in the Russian Collusion which can all be found in the Mueller report, among witness testimony. Now, if Republican senate can find no wrongdoing and has thus proved no wrong doing, why is there a continuance of a disinformation and hate campaign against our new POTUS?

Theories of why Trump Nation hate – Biden isn’t a White Supremacist, isn’t corrupt, isn’t there to pander to one group of people. Or because he worked with Obama. Or maybe because he is undoing the Trump legacy – that has been giving tax breaks to the Rich? Then there is the fact that he refuses the NWO and SG agenda. Where as Trump was full force with it. Which affected the poor population so much so that people are homeless by the droves.

Now since we actually have a good and decent POTUS, those who were of the Trump nation want nothing more than to destroy that. And we know why, don’t we? They think they are of the Master Race, “White Supremacy”. It’s quite real, I’ve had dealings with many of them. Most if not all are highly intolerable and ignorant. Brainwashed even.

Brainwashed into believing that all news except “Fox” is fake. Fox is fake, let that sink in – They go where the money is – they are flip flop flakey people. Wasn’t always like this, they use to actually do investigations before reporting anything. And now with the rise of Disinformation and Fox complicity we have a huge issue on our hands. Especially with “QAnon” being center platform of disinformation that people actually listen too.

QAnon – are three individuals, who first appeared on the 4 and 6chan forums, spouting out chaos theories, in support of Trump. They then took it a step forward, building their base on their own website and twitter. Using doctored, altered images and video to get their agenda across. They even went as far as to ALTER Anonymous fact videos. QAnon is NOT part of the Anonymous collective, and should never be confused as such. Again, it was started by three individuals who sought to misinform the populace in support of Trump, by any means necessary. They have thus far, spouted rumours of celebrities and even the current POTUS without evidential proof.

QAnon has become embedded in the deep state and the Senate. By way of manipulation and funding. QAnon, must be taken down a notch. Fight misinformation they spread with facts and evidence. That’s all one can do at this point.

Back to the basis of this post – Back in December: The Arizona Supreme Court unanimously affirmed Biden’s victory in the state, upholding a lower court’s finding that there was no misconduct, fraud or illegal voting in the general election.

Here’s why there were anomalies in the votes. More people REGISTERED to VOTE. And in doing so, there were MORE VOTERS to put their voice to work. Trump accomplished one thing. He got PEOPLE TO VOTE, those who didn’t vote in any election finally stood up and used their rights. I know this for a fact – Because I am one of those people, and so is my better half and friend. None of us had voted in a presidential election before until now. And apparently this common sense doesn’t seem to sink into people’s brains. They’re also not taken into fact that there are a NEW GENERATION of voters who just turned 18. Or the fact that there are MILITARY overseas who voted by way of mail-in as well.

Again no fraud happened, it was all live streamed, the only fraud and or crime that happened was Armed civilians trying to break into the ballot offices to stop votes, in GA, PA, NJ and elsewhere. All of whom were charged of crimes.

To Summarize – Biden will have a long road ahead, to try and unite this country again. Especially, with the QAnon having a platform to misinform people with their crazy conspiracy theory. Lest ye not forget though, there is always evidence to debunk their fraud.

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The Nicobar Pigeon

Story by By Sara Barnes

The dodo bird has been long extinct, but it still has relatives living in the world today. Known as the Nicobar pigeon, this rare creature is the closest living connection to the famous flightless bird, although the two don’t look alike. One striking difference is the Nicobar pigeon’s vibrant plumage that shines in iridescent blues, coppers, and greens—in addition to its reddish legs and small white tail. This colorful characteristic developed because of their location; the bird has long been isolated on small islands and lacked natural predators. Because there’s no need to conceal themselves, they were able to develop the brilliant feathers.

The Nicobar pigeon resides in Southeast Asia and the Pacific, from the Indian Nicobar Islands eastward to places like Thailand and Papua New Guinea. Although its exact population count is unclear, the species is in decline because of deforestation and the release of non-native predators (like rats and cats) to these islands. The Nicobar pigeon is now considered “near threatened” with conservation efforts proposed to help the birds thrive again.

See more here: Closest Living Relative to the Dodo Bird

Lost Cat Norristown PA

Please spread the word! Jazzy was LOST on September 14, 2020 in Norristown, PA 19401 near Chain St. Near Riverfront Trail

Description: Black fixed cat with white spots on belly that resemble bikini. Very friendly and loves to rub and go in between legs. Will go to you if you put your hand out. Bottom spot almost looks like heart.

For more info or to contact Jazzy’s owner, click here:

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How To Find Lost Cats.

Missing cats:

Put a box outside with a blanket or sweatshirt that you have worn. Cats have a very strong sense of smell and it will help them find their way home. Look for the cat at dusk and dawn (any time at night when it’s quiet) using a flashlight. Look under bushes, decks in sheds or garages – especially when it’s cold. The light reflects off the cats eyes and you will be able to see them a few blocks away. Shake their bag of treats. (This usually makes them come running home.)

Post flyers around the neighborhood. Not everyone has facebook. Also post them at pet stores and other places that have bulletin boards like WAWA. Give flyers to the mailmen and bus drivers in the area and ask your neighbors to check their sheds and garages. Call the vets, shelters and police in the area.

Getting your cat microchipped will help in the future if they should escape again.


Indoor only cats rarely travel far – they seek an immediate hiding place (under a deck or porch, under brush, in a garage or shed) and hunker down out of fear. Immediately start searching around your house as well as your neighbor’s houses with a flashlight (get on your hands and knees and shine the light under decks etc) – shake a treat bag and call it’s name and listen for a possible soft meow. (they are too scared to come out) ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS TO OPEN GARAGES AND SHEDS TO SEE IF THE CAT GOT LOCKED INSIDE.

They can stay in this spot for weeks! Indoor only cats RARELY come out during the day – they only come out after dark and into the wee hours of the morning. Be sure to check the surrounding trees as cats are often chased up trees and will sit up there for days and days….

Cats have an amazing sense of smell – put their bedding, your dirty clothes/shoes, and a tiny bit of strong smelling wet cat food outside to attract your cat.

Set a Humane trap (like a Hav-A-Heart wire trap) bait it with smelly cat food….this is sometimes the ONLY way to catch a scared indoor only cat AND IT WORKS!

Hang LOST posters immediately and give one to every neighbor as too many people just assume when they see a cat that it is a stray – if they know you are looking for your cat they will be extra vigilant and want to help. Ask them to take a photo of any cats they see in your area –sometimes people think it is your cat but it is not.

Immediately contact your Animal Control Officer and provide photos/description. Also contact local shelters, rescue groups and Vet offices. Post on Facebook on both local, county, & state pages (i.e. “Lost & Found Pets NY, NJ, PA, etc.)

Whatever you do, don’t give up and stay calm.

Responsibility With Dogs That Have History

Lately, there have been many news stories where the dog bites another dog or dog bites a person. Many of these dogs have been “adopted” from a rehabilitation rescue centre. I see two problems here with this issue, as my friend and I were discussing over the phone this morning. Rehabilitation rescue centres are supposed to do background checks of a prospective adopter. Some are failing to do these checks, which leads to these dogs who are still being rehabilitated to be set up for failure. Right, well we can’t all blame the Rehabilitation rescue centres either. When the blame now resides on the adopter for neglecting the past history their new dog has. Think about it for one moment if you would, the title in the rescue centre says “Rehabilitation” – common sense would dictate to you that this dog is in the rehab centre for a reason. An issue with his or her past, that led to this point. Now, if the Rehabilitation centre did their JOB correctly, they would have given you a history of the dog’s issue, so you can take proper precautions to prevent any repetitive issues.

Therefore, as my friend is now facing – if a dog bites your dog and the owner knows this dog has a history of “biting” yet didn’t take proper precautions. Then we have a major issue on our hands and a dangerous situation. I don’t care how big or small your dog may be, all breeds of dogs will have an aggressive streak and will have history, and will repeat the offence if you do not properly take precautions. If your dog bites another dog, then that IS YOUR FAULT, no one else.
It is your responsibility as the new guardian to take steps that prevent these accidents! The steps you need to take to prevent these accidents are the following, and yes some of these steps I dislike, however, is necessary.

  1. Muzzles – they are a must do if said dog has a history
  2. Leashing – bite history dogs must be on a strict leashing, hate to say it but it must be 4 to 5 ft and no more. I’ll explain why – this will help you bring the dog closer to you quicker then a longer leash if you suspect your dog is about to lunge. Even if your dog is muzzled they can still do damage!
  3. Avoid – Avoid areas, places and other that would place your dog in a situation that would cause them to bite! For example – if you know your dog is “dog aggressive” STEER CLEAR of dog parks, friends or family with dogs of their own.
  4. If another dog is charging at your dog – You stand firm and calm and yell, NO to the other dog. Sometimes this will stop the charging, other times not. So what do you do in this situation? Well, common sense for those who do walk their dogs daily is to bring deterrents, because as we know, walking our dogs although nice, can be hazardous. Be prepared, bring pepper sprays, or a backpack full of clothes or a blanket.

Pepper sprays – are non-lethal and in most cases will deter the other dog from attacking. While the dog is semi-occupied by the pepper spray, walk away slowly always watching that dog for his next move. If he charges again, the backpack with clothes or a blanket in it should now be placed in front of you as a shield from snapping teeth. Get it? It’s soft non-harmful and will protect you from being bitten. Push the dog back with that backpack, keep at it while keeping your dog from fighting. This will eventually tire the other dog out. Walk away slowly, yet DON’T turn your back on that dog.
There is also air horns the loud noise may deter the other dog from attacking. If not then it will surely make them lose focus if they’re already fighting.

These are non-lethal methods, other methods involve walking sticks, break sticks etc. Which is NOT really necessary. These sticks tend to injure the dogs more so than the actual attack.
The main thing to prevent any dog attack is to watch for the body language seen in chart below:

If this is the body language you see an unleashed dog having- AVOID, do not even step forward, go the other way while keeping an eye on that dog. Common sense. If you miss these signs (which isn’t even possible!) Then you are placing your dog and yourself in danger, period.

Another scenario – little dog runs up to the big dog in an aggressive stance, and you see this yet do nothing. Well, what do you think will happen? You as a guardian have failed, and in this instance, the big dog will hurt the little dog with one bite. Not to mention, you have just allowed the big dog to initiate a DOMINANT TRAIT, which has just thrown any training you may have done out the window. – Square one all over again.

Yes, I’m one of those “pack mentality” thinking people. Because the fact is, dogs are “pack” animals and having a “pack” animal in your household, you do need to show who the boss is. You should be the alpha and show it in your step/presence by acting quick and smart when these things happen. By STEPPING between your dog and the attacking dog. It is YOUR JOB as guardian and Pack Leader to protect your companion or pack, depending on how many dogs you may have… Any logical behavioral trainer would and will tell you this.

In summary – When adopting any dog with past issues, ask for HISTORY. Be PREPARED, AVOID situations. PROTECT your dog from other dogs. Do your JOB and don’t blame others for your mistakes. It’s YOUR RESPONSIBILITY just as it’s the other person’s responsibility.

Also – If you know your dog has issues with others, ALWAYS HAVE A LEASH ON, period.

Spay And Neuter

There is a much-heated controversial debate of spaying and neutering companions as early as 6-8 weeks of age. In medical terms, this is referred to as “paediatric neutering/spaying”. Veterinarians from around the globe each have their beliefs of when to spay and or neuter a companion. Many disagree, however, with research revealing that there are many benefits of “paediatric” spay/neuters. Companion parents are requesting an early spay and neuter surgical assessment.

According to Dr. Miller, DVM and Vice President of Shelter Medicine care and peers, the benefits of early spay/neuter are the following:

• Veterinarians who are familiar with the surgery and anesthesia agree that pediatric surgery is much less physiologically stressful for younger patients.
• Animals should be fasted for only 2-4 hours in order to prevent them from developing hypoglycemia, and this can be an advantage for clients who may forget to withhold food for several hours prior to surgery. (Many surgeons still recommend an overnight fast for adult dogs, although this practice is also falling out of favor.)
• Animals are awake and ambulatory usually within an hour of completion of the surgery, so they can be fed a small meal and then sent home the same day, avoiding an overnight stay in the hospital.
• Experienced veterinarians report that the surgery is faster, easier, and less stressful on both the patient and surgeon.
• There are fewer preoperative complications associated with pediatric neutering.
• Spaying a female before her first estrus has a strong protective effect against development of mammary gland neoplasia later in life.
• Pediatric surgery is less expensive because of the use of fewer materials, and because less staff time is needed for surgery and pre- and post-operative prep and monitoring.
• If the procedure is performed or scheduled when the last vaccination is given at 3 to 4 months of age, the veterinarian does not have to worry about the client forgetting to return, or shopping around and going elsewhere for the surgery. It can be included as part of a kitten/puppy care package of vaccinations, deworming and neutering. The unintentional delay in neutering pets is often responsible for the production of accidental litters that end up at shelters.
• Embracing the concept of “one health” that promotes the link between animal and human health and welfare requires veterinary participation in solving community problems. Studies have shown that intact animals are much more likely to be relinquished to shelters than neutered ones. Pediatric neutering is an essential component of a comprehensive community strategy to end the euthanasia of unwanted companion animals in the United States.
• The best strategy includes education about responsible pet ownership, increased efforts to improve adoptions, counseling to keep animals with behavior problems in their homes, and the prevention of births of unwanted animals. Surgical sterilization is one part of the solution that only veterinarians can provide.

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Dogs and Cats according to many companion guardians, veterinarians, and animal bios who’ve had this experience can and have gone into heat as early as four months of age. However, this depends on the environment, breed/pedigree.
Environmental wise: if your dog should be going into heat this early, this could be because of how many “dogs” you may have. (A pack mentality) Same can apply to cats – if you have a cattery forming in your household it’s wise to get the male cats fixed first. Due to the fact that they are the ones that “spray” and are majorly more aggressive during a females heating cycle.

Whichever the case may be – it’s always wise to get your companions fixed in the first place, to prevent any unwanted litters. As for breeders – although a necessary evil, we DO NOT need any more at this time. For the fact that there are companions in the shelters at this very moment waiting for homes.

We, however, as advocates cannot place all blame on the breeders – seeing as it is the majority of people who do not want a shelter dog or cat because they believe those companions are, “diseased” or broken. Shelter animals are neither diseased or broken, they are victims of irresponsibility or victims of hardships. Shelter animals come in all shapes, sizes and ages. Usually, more often than naught they are still babies dropped off as an unwanted litter or an elderly companion still having life in them, yet, was traded in for a “newer model”. Harsh yet true.

As we know, spaying and neutering can and does save many lives. We just have to be more boisterous as well as active in educating the populace regarding spays and neuters.

How To Research A Rescue

When supporting any rescue of your choosing we recommend and encourage that you do your research first. It is imperative and crucial that you thoroughly investigate them. Otherwise, you could wind up enabling fraudulent individuals, where proceeds do not contribute to animal’s well being.

The How To:
If said rescue has a facility, make sure someone can investigate the facility in person. If you think of sending an animal there, including if you are sending pets there – it is your right to make sure that your pets will be treated well and safe before their new guardians adopt them.
Calling local animal control and other rescues in said area to get references, while also making sure the rescue of your choosing isn’t banned from pulling, is a must. Speak with the Founder or Representative of the rescue you are choosing, ask if they spay and neuter all animals before adoption. If they do not you may as well be contributing to a “breeder”. A rescues goal is to prevent the breeding process that creates unwanted litters, it is the basic part of animal rescue to spay and neuter.
Ask for vet reference and very they spay or neuter. Ask to see a copy of the adoption application and ask if they do home checks.
Google is everyone’s friend at times – Research the rescues name, director’s name and any email addresses/phone numbers that may be associated with said rescue.

Red Flags:
Not allowing anyone to visit their facility
Does Not spay or neuter all animals before adoption
Becomes angry/agitated/defensive that you are asking questions and or researching them.
They post on Facebook, Myspace or other social platforms that they can’t afford vet care, yet are still taking in more animals.
They have threatened to close their doors in the past.
They have animals in boarding yet are still taking in more animals.
They are banned from pulling
They support hoarders, flippers or use “Craigslist”.
They don’t vet pets upon intake or spay and neuter.
They don’t do home visits or have adoption applications.
And if No one has ever heard of them.
When they are not licensed or a non-profit, you can verify that with the IRS or Open Records.
Remember these red flags and remember to do research so you are not fooled by the fakes.

The Dangers Of Rawhide Chews

Rawhide chews are not a good chewing supplement for any companion animal. On top of the bleach and glue chemicals in these products. You have the problem of it splintering off. This can become lodged in their throat, and or can cause damage to their mouth.

Rawhide has always been on the No-no list of veterinarians. If you want to give them a chew toy, the companies Kong and Nylabon make safe chews for companions.

The Best Dog Dental Chews and toys we have found are the following:

• Our Top Pick: Nylabone Dura Chew XL Textured Dog Chew.

• Our Runner Up Pick: Natural Balance Dental Chews.

• Best Budget Pick: Arm & Hammer Gator Dog Dental Toy.

• Best Puppy Dental Chew: Nylabone Puppy T-Rex Chew Toy.

• Best Budget Pick: Outward Hound Bionic Ball.

• Best Puppy Teething Toy: Pet Stages Cool Teething Stick.

• Best Plush Dog Chew Toy: ZippyPaws Warriorz Plush Dog Toy.

We hope this has been helpful for your future chew and toy shopping.

Ethical Rescuing Ethical Organisations

There are several codes of conduct for Ethical Rescuing, while running an Ethical Organisation. If a founder or CEO or even a Volunteer cannot adhere to the codes of conduct enacted to make the ship sale straight. Well, then you have people who poke, prod and dig into the situation to expose the corruption. Organisations and Rescues like businesses place a code of ethics to ensure the quality of life for the animals while ensuring that all funds collected is used appropriately, such as used for the intended beneficiary. These codes of ethics help improve relationships between donor and rescue or organisation.

Not only this yet those who are fully registered and compliant with the IRS, USDA or their Gift Aid Certificate agent, are obliged to follow the handbook and contract given to them upon finalization of their paperwork.
Ethical Organisations Are always required to show their financial status when it is requested by the populace either through posting receipts and yearly statements publicly or privately. This in a way shows good faith to those whom are donating, if you ask for proof of where money has gone and all the organisation can do is give you a backhanded response while blocking you. Then there is seriously something wrong.

They are also responsible for the financials obtained through donations, are responsible for their paperwork and the ethics their accountant may hold. Organisations are completely liable if something should go awry. That includes the responsibility and liability of a volunteers muck up in public forum.

Organisations are solely responsible for maintaining a sound environment for their volunteers and or animals in their care. They are responsible to VET their volunteers, meaning are supposed to do background checks before allowing any volunteer to be a part of their organisation.
After all, you wouldn’t want an animal abuser working with an organisation or even shelter.

Rescue Organisations: Are required to have any companion animal spayed and neutered upon intake and or before adopting out. An Ethical Rescue Organisation SHOULD NOT take in more animals if said Rescue Organisation cannot afford to fix, feed or maintain the animals care.
All potential adopters and or fosters should be thoroughly screened by way of applications, veterinarian references and most definite must – Home Checks. This includes speaking with property owners if said potential foster/adopter is renting. Doing so will ensure that the particular companion animal in question is allowed in the apartment or housing development.

All adopters and or fosters should be handed a contract to sign, insuring pet safety and care. For legal purposes; if said foster or adopter should fail to uphold these rules, than the rescue organisation can obtain the animal back if such issues occur. This is called Rescue Etiquette and Responsibility for the code of ethics (Common Sense).

Rescues need to know their financial and emotional limits so they do not take on more than they can handle. It is unethical to take on an animal you do not have the funds to provide proper veterinary care, even in the case of an emergency. Reputable rescues should have a reserve fund and/or a relationship with a veterinarian that will allow them to hold a balance for an emergency. Balances should be paid off in a timely matter, so that the rescue does not lose their relationship with their veterinarian.

A rescue license should be used for the rescue listed on the license only. In most states, including GA, it is illegal to allow an individual or unlicensed group to use your rescue license to pull an animal from a county shelter. The practice of allowing people to use your license defeats the purpose of a licensing system.

Rescues should not be run for profit. All rescues should be incorporated and it’s ideal if they obtain non-profit 501(c)3 status so that donations are tax deductible. It is very unethical to lie about being a 501(c)3. Seeing as if your are NOT fully 501c3 the donors cannot claim TAX DEDUCTIBLE status.
However, if you are a pending 501c3 you are required to give the donor said information.

Animals should be kept in clean, comfortable conditions with ample room to move around and access to fresh water and food. Animals should be provided with human interaction and dogs given potty breaks. The conditions should be better than animal control, which is only a temporary holding facility. It is important those animals’ emotional needs are met and that they get plenty of human interaction so that the rescue can give useful information to adopters about the animals’ temperament.
Animals should not be living in a cage/kennel 24/7 as this can cause distress and aggression.

Disease outbreaks should be taken very seriously and reported to a licensed veterinarian for the proper protocol. All animals exposed or in the same home, need to be quarantined. Intake of new animals should be stopped until the outbreak is completely cleared and until the veterinarian deems safe to bring in new animals.
(After All, we would not want another Fort Worth Texas shelter episode. Would we?


Rescues need to know when an animal is better off being humanely put down. Every rescuer needs to understand we cannot save them all in order to be a responsible rescuer. No one wants to have an animal euthanized, but sometimes it has to be done. If an animal is suffering for medical reasons and cannot be treated, a veterinarian should humanely euthanize said animal. If the animal seems human aggressive then there should be steps taken to retrain/rehabilitate the animal. Otherwise if said animal cannot be retrained/rehabilitated then and only then should euthanasia be considered, if all routes have been taken. Euthanasia is a LAST resort.

Rescues need to evaluate animals before taking them in to make sure they are a good candidate for adoption. Taking in non-adoptable animals leads to warehousing and/or hoarding of animals, which is no life for the animals. They also need to examine the animal and take in to account any possible health issues and determine if they have appropriate funds to care for the animal. Pulling animal’s sight unseen is irresponsible.

Rescues should always be honest and upfront to adopters about an animal’s temperament, health, and if they have any issues. This will help prevent returned animals. Rescues should also be honest about common issues with certain breeds. Breed specific rescues should provide even more honest information about their breed. A rescue is better off talking someone out of adopting a dog rather than talking them into it in order to prevent an animal being returned.

A rescue should always respond to adopters if they have questions about the dog they adopted. The rescue should offer guidance and resources to help the adopter if they are having difficulties with their new pet. If the adopter no longer wants the pet, the rescue should take the pet back. If they do not have room for the pet, they need to stop taking in more animals until they can take the returned animal back.

Rescues should not rely on boarding to house the pets in their care. It is understandable if a rescue has to board animals every once in awhile because of unforeseen circumstances, but in the meantime, they should not be taking on anymore animals until they no longer have animals in boarding. Even with a discount, boarding fees can add up quickly and drain a rescues fund. Also, animals kept in boarding for long periods of time tend to decline emotionally and develop temperament and even health issues.
Rescues need to keep organized records of each animal they take in. These records should include their intake paperwork, spay/neuter record, rabies certificate, vaccine history, any other medical records, adoption application, and adoption contract.

Most rescues rely on foster homes. Foster homes should be screened through an application and a home inspection. They need to be near the rescue because it’s vital that the rescue be able to check in on them regularly. Rescues should offer full support for their foster homes, including providing all supplies, vetting, and advice. Foster homes should also foster for only one rescue at a time.

Puppies and kittens should not be adopted out until they spayed/neutered and are at least 8 weeks old. It is illegal in most states to adopt out or sell a puppy or kitten before this age.

If a rescue has to suddenly get rid of the majority of animals in their care and/or has to reach out to the rescue community to take the animals in their care, it is irresponsible and unethical for them to continue to take on more animals. After they have adopted and/or transferred out all the animals in their care, they should respectfully shut their doors.

All in All if rescues or organisations are not keeping up to code, protocol or following specific guidelines set forth for them. Then most likely they’re a dirty corrupt organisation and FAIL to uphold common sense standards.

Winter Season and Animal Care

Winter is here and that means colder temperatures. Which also means strays will hide in your car. This being said we are urging everyone to check under their hoods and in their tires, before revving up that engine.

We also urge everyone to not leave their companions out overnight. The only time they should be let out is to relieve themselves and or for a couple of minutes of play time, with supervision.

Think of it like this if it’s too cold for you it’s definitely too cold for them.

Bring them in. We would hate to see more companions wind up in the emergency vet room due to winter exposure. (Frostbite).