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Categories: Animal, TNR | Add a Comment

I read a recent post on called 3 Secret Horrors of Some Trap-Neuter-Return Programs. I agree with the necessity for discussion of proper practices on TNR and the need to be as conscious as possible for the sake of the animals we’re trying to help, but I regret that the author over simplifies the […]

Leaping Bunny Pledge

There is no gray area, no exception… Our position is based not only on ethical grounds, but on scientific findings. Animals used in tests range from rats, rabbits, pigs, dogs, cats, cows, goats and gnats. There is no animal excluded from this practice. There is an entire industry that breeds animals for testing. In some […]


com·mu·ni·ty – (noun); a social, religious, occupational, or other group sharing common characteristics or interests and perceived or perceiving itself as distinct in some respect from the larger society within which it exists. Thanks to the caring folks of the Sound Earth Community for advocating for animals. It’s inspiring to hear about everyone’s efforts, and […]

Last year, I met A. Casey Jones through the Best Animal Rescue Contest, when his story was submitted by his “mom” Dot. I was so touched by the love and care he so clearly brought out of Dot… and I’m not the only one. I’m told there are others in the Sound Earth community who […]

Big Daddy Atlas

Big Daddy is ready to retire from life on the streets. He is approximately 5 or 6 years old and weighs about 15 pounds. He’s got a lot to tell you, and is quite a talker. He enjoys a good compliment, good lovin’ and good food. He’s an independent fella, but doesn’t shy away from […]


was VERY successful! It is inspiring to see what can be accomplished when passionate business owners and animal advocates join efforts to benefit animals. The event was filled with many successes! One of our desired goals was exceeded when The Animal Rights Alliance, Inc spayed or neutered 52 cats. With generous business sponsorship, 29 of […]

Categories: TNR | Add a Comment

This is a feral mama (Trinity) that has eluded capture for 2 years. This is at least her 5th litter that we know of. It is heartbreaking to see the stress she is under being confined, and having to deal with me reaching into the cage to supply fresh food and water and fresh litter. […]

Categories: Cleaning Tips | 1 Comment

Not everyone enjoys cleaning, but most of us do appreciate a clean, tidy house. Spring cleaning, or “nesting” as I like to call it, can be a time to rejuvenate the energy in your home making things run more efficiently. It may actually save you time in the long run. Here are a few tips to help […]

Categories: Off Topic, TNR | 3 Comments
Feral Cat

I got a call Tuesday from a monitor of a feral colony. One of his kids was not doing well. After missing on Monday, Buddy arrived on Tuesday struggling to walk. He seemed to rally a bit Tuesday evening after receiving two doses of antibiotics. I was encouraged by his intake. However, Buddy died early Wednesday […]

A Better Choice: Deer, by Jackson Landers was sent to me by a friend who asked for my thoughts. Here is what I think: Landers is trying to make the argument to eat meat in a thoughtful way. I would rather the argument to eat plants in a thoughtful way. Landers certainly takes an interesting look at how […]