Archive for the ‘reptiles’ Category
What better way to kick off a week of affection than to search on Etsy for two of my favorite things: pets and love. Rounding up just a few samples of the different ways in which pet love can be expressed (and purchased), this week The Etsy Herd offers you Pet Love.
I have been really looking forward to both reading about and posting to our Charity Crush feature. Ever since becoming a contributor for Pawesome I have come to know and appreciate so many amazing and important charities/rehabs/rescues not just in Brooklyn, but all over the United States. I feel proud that Pawesome has chosen to put some of these people and places in the spotlight so our readers have the chance to hopefully feel the same way in learning about these facilities that I know we all do.
So, when it was time for me to select my Crush it was difficult to choose just one. But I wanted our readers to be reminded that while I absolutely support the rescue of all the dogs and cats out there in need, that there are also other animals who require just as much time, attention and who also need and a home. Finding someplace here in New York that could best convey that was my challenge but fortunately it led me right to the doorstep of Sean Casey Animal Rescue and I could not have chosen more wisely.
With so many pet stories around the web each week it’s hard to keep up. Table Scraps is our weekly roundup of memorable pet news around the internet.
- A smart hound knows sometimes it’s best to go out on top. (Reuters)
- There is a mofo snake on this mofo plane. (Catster)
- If dogs are 30,000 years old in dog years that makes them… (USA Today)
- They were awesome but could the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fight back against climate change? Turtle Power! (Phys)
- So much celebs! So much animal charities! (USA Today)
My number one irrational fear when I’m away is that my home will burn down and no one will save my cat. I’m not sure when this started, but now I can’t take a vacation without it crossing my mind at least once. Read the rest of this entry »