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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 […]

Black Jack

Meet Black Jack, he needs your help to find a home. He’s A Lover, Not A Fighter: Just trapped February 12, and looking for help. My lovely new friends Rosemary and Eddie called me this morning because a cat they had been caring for was injured. We were scheduled to TNR this upcoming weekend, but […]

Categories: Animal Rescue, TNR | 1 Comment

This came to my attention yesterday, and I’m hoping you will take a moment to compose a letter, or use my letter, to notify the Penn Estates Board that supporting a feral cat program is wiser than fining people for their efforts to humanely manage the feral cat population. The Penn Estates Board just stopped the Feral […]

This can be said in many sentiments regarding Trap/Neuter/Return. In this case I’m talking about a recent request I got to help out some strays and ferals in Fishkill and Beacon. It started out as a Mama that had a litter. Turns out there were two litters. Then another call about a calico stray that […]


Good news!  Sound Earth is sponsoring Fishkill Cares for Cats to be held on March 31, 2012 at the Fishkill Town Hall. As you may know, many communities across the United States are facing a stray and feral cat overpopulation crisis, and Dutchess County is no exception. “In 2010, Best Friends Animal Society, a nationally […]


Guest Post, Frank Muttscot I’m happy to report the good news! Mugsy is now in his forever home! He’s with a whole family, and he’ll be the only fuzz butt gettin’ attention. I happen to know the mom – she sure is nice! Annie said when she and her pals from Furry Friends Pet Rescue showed […]

We have a feral and stray cat crisis in the United States. Estimates range from 13 million to 87 million felines roam our streets, alleys, farms and woodland. It’s staggering. So many times these animals remain “invisible” making it impossible to get a clear picture of how many cats live and die as homeless creatures. […]