United States Animals Are In Serious Danger

February 6th, 2017|

Regardless of who you voted for or whether or not you support our new president, United States animals are currently in GREAT danger. Since we elected Donald Trump I have kept an open mind and have made a real effort to educate myself instead of becoming the person who ignores the facts for the sake [...]

How To Deal With The Uninformed

February 3rd, 2017|

We have all seen it… The animal rescue community engaging in a 40 plus comment feed of someone who posted that they accidently let their unfixed pet have a cute litter… It’s pretty much the type of post that brings out an inner Satan of anger in every good animal person, and fuels a wildfire [...]

Day 4: I Sincerely Apologize

January 31st, 2017|

I was simply unprepared for this challenge and for that I sincerely apologize. After spending 4 nights in Emmundi, we headed to Mount Tambourine, which is a rainforest on a mountain. Due to it being a rainforest, well… it was always raining. We paid for a power outlet, which couldn’t charge my computer because I [...]

Day 3: Brisbane’s Animal Rescue Units

January 31st, 2017|

I have just completed my training to assist with RSPCA Queensland’s Animal Rescue Units. The program is intense and very dedicated to helping injured, sick and trapped animals all the way from the Gold Coast to the Sunshine Coast. The process involves a variety of people and different departments within the shelter, and although it [...]

Day 2: Ireland’s Microchipping Law

January 25th, 2017|

In April of 2016 four out of our five board members took a trip to Ireland, along with other shelter professionals from the US and a few other countries. The goal of the trip was to tour Irish shelters and learn from their organizations. The trip was filled with networking, learning and a rebirth in [...]

My 10 Day Challenge

January 24th, 2017|

Doug and I have reached a point in our journey where we are in between houses and have decided to fill the gap with car camping… That’s right, sleeping in our car. This way we can save money, go where ever we please and challenge ourselves. As if two people sleeping in a tiny Kia [...]

Every Body Tells A Story

January 23rd, 2017|

Most people keep their stories and memories in a vast collection of photos, journal entries, memory boxes and on social media time-lines, but most fail to read the details in a scar or wrinkle. I saw on Facebook a women post a question she asked her costumer. She wondered why the elderly women chose clear [...]

Congrats to our 2016 Alumni!

December 29th, 2016|

This time last year, we were posting congratulations to our 39 animals that found homes during 2015. We are extremely happy to congratulate our SEVENTY NINE adoptions of 2016 on finding their forever families! It only gets better from here...! Demis2016 2 - Kizoa Movie - Video - Slideshow Maker   Alex (Apollo) Alpine Anna [...]

The Importance of Data

December 26th, 2016|

Data... It doesn’t seem like the most appealing thing in the world, especially when you’re in the middle of saving lives. I can assure you, it is truly one of the most important things that every organization should play their part in. If you are located in a state that requires you to report your [...]

What The World Can Learn From Australia’s Wild Life Efforts

December 13th, 2016|

Australia is known for it’s wild life, but it isn’t until you arrive that their passion for saving their native species truly becomes apparent. It’s hard to miss. You see educational signs in every park, wildlife sanctuaries on signs lining highways and even the largest animal shelters here have wildlife hospitals. This week I toured [...]

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