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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 […]

spaghetti sauce stain

For You, Your Pet And The Unknown Laboratory Animal With a few ingredients you probably have in your kitchen right now you can brighten your whites, disinfect and kill germs; all without the toxins and the animal testing that you get with clorox.  In fact, with the left over ingredients you’ll be able to make a […]

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Fruits and Vegetables

A lot can happen with fruits and vegetables before they get to your plate – even if you grow them yourself. Your own garden probably has the least amount of  chemicals, but there are bacteria and microbes that linger on produce there, too. A simple washing of these items can help eliminate many of the […]

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Any substance that can harm someone if used improperly is considered a poison including cleaning chemicals, drugs and snake bites. America’s 57 poison centers fielded 3.9 million calls in 2010, an average of nearly 11,000 per day… Children younger than 6 accounted for about half of all the poison exposure calls; however, adults 20 and older […]

Sound Earth

How Will You Know? I often debate: how often, where, when, etc. should I tell my followers about Sound Earth products? I don’t want our communication to become annoying or a commercial, but I have lots of information to share, and that includes the awesomeness of Sound Earth! Years ago a friend laughed and said […]


There are many ways to make our homes more energy efficient and comfortable, especially in the cold days of winter. Well insulated walls and attic, high efficiency windows, windows with plastic sheet covers or a strip of “weatherseal” to form a tight fit when the windows are closed, foam cutouts placed behind outlets and door sweeps at […]

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Many common cleaning products found on the market contain dangerous chemicals, and can pose a threat to humans as well as their furry companions. Because dogs (and most other animals) age and develop at a much faster rate, they also respond to contaminants by developing health problems at a faster rate. Their typical pet behaviors of […]


When I owned my cleaning service I had a wide variety of clients, and as you can imagine each had a varying idea about what defines clean. Some focused on keeping clutter at bay (wistful sigh), others focused on keeping counters, bathrooms, and kitchen free from bacteria (virtual rolling up of my sleeve). Sometimes, I had […]


I have many interests; nearly all of them revolve around animals and their well being. I am always brought back to the fact – how we treat the most vulnerable in our society is a reflection of our culture, and we can do many, many things to live compassionately. As with anything worth doing, there […]

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Cece and her mouse

On this dreary day, as I look out the window and try to find inspiration, I’m reminded of what a difference I’ve made in the lives of “the girls” – Cece and Aurora, as well as the other felines in my TNR/P efforts. Mostly, because Cece is trampling through my office chasing the cat nip […]