Hey guys!  Sorry for the no-posties!  And if you sent me email since Friday- I am slowly getting to it.  My best friend had a housewarming party yesterday, and I was there pretty much all day.  Today was an event with one of our animal rescue groups- this weekend kind of lost me!  LOL.
But I am putting up the promised contests now- sorry it is a day later then I expected!  Have a good one, bloggy buddies!

Friends for Seals

Hey Bloggy Buddies- I wanted to pass on some information on Friends for Seals, who work very hard to help animals. Even if you think the hunt is “no big deal”- I hope that you read her post, and check out her website. Thanks for indulging me 🙂

A big Thank you to Samantha for the invitation to describe the goal of FriendsForSeals.ORG.
I appreciate everyone’s time. My name is Denise Perrin and I’m the Founder of FriendsForSeals.ORG. To let you know a little about myself, I’ve been rehabbing birds for over 20 years, as well as taking in abandoned animals of ALL kinds. I own a 100% cruelty-free business, La Bella Pink. I’m married, have a son, and live in California. I have been actively fighting and educating others about Canada’s annual slaughter of Harp seal pups since 1977. (In his book, Growing Up Happy, Bob Keeshan, Captain Kangaroo, credits Mr. Green Jeans for so many kids appreciation for animals! Maybe that’s when mine started!)
You are probably familiar with the whale and dolphin situation in Japan, but it’s Canada’s seal massacre that is the largest marine mammal slaughter on the entire planet.
FriendsForSeals.ORG is the first to bring news to you on this topic as well as being committed to accurate information. We believe this is the responsible thing to do, The Canadian government (taxpayer) has paid “Social Media Group” $75,000 to monitor the internet for incorrect information about the seal hunt. I won’t go into the graphic details about the hunt here. In the hope of bringing emphasis to what we are all about, let me first tell you what we don’t do. We don’t collect money. At this stage of the fight, donations to animal welfare [Read more…]


This is our foster guinea pig, whom Little Man calls “My Precious” (he thinks he’s Golum, lol)

We have our own pets, and usually have a foster or two. They are always listed on Petfinder.com

“Precious” was neglected before coming into the rescue, and then into our home to be fostered. Little and Kamikaze adore him, and [Read more…]