14 Billion Reasons to Keep Cats Inside

It’s a no-brainer that cats who are kept indoors are safe from the many dangers that free-roaming and “indoor/outdoor” cats face every time they set paw outside—infectious and deadly diseases, speeding cars, loose dogs, and cruel people, to name a few. But keeping cats indoors has another safety “side effect”—it makes life easier and safer for wildlife, too.

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One Womans Mission to Save Sri Lankan Street Dogs

In 2006, Samantha Green was vacationing in Sri Lanka when she came across a young street dog that seemed minutes away from death. Lying lifeless on the chalky grounds of a village temple, the puppy was riddled with mange and mites and was severely emaciated.

Unable to walk away from this wounded pup, Samantha quickly got to work, contacting vets and animal experts, and paying for the puppy to receive the medical attention it needed.

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#Free Ivory Dawn by @PSBartlett #Pirates #Women Help hit #1.

Originally posted on ronovanwrites:

I need everyone to help make this short story book, about 20 pages, hit #1 in the Free category on Amazon. Right now it’s #5 but has been #3. It’s a quick read, it’s adventure, pirates, FREE, and it’s part of the series that will one day have my name on one of the book covers as Author. The more success these books by P.S. Bartlett has, the better chance I have of getting published. It’s FREE right now, and tells you some of how Ivory and her cousins became the Bad *** Women they are.

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Author PS Bartlett Ivory Dawn Book Cover

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Notable Quotables – Kindness

Originally posted on Angels Bark:

being kind is being right

So true! Oftentimes being kind can go against what constitutes being right.

This quote can be interpreted in a number of ways. The way it struck me is from an animal perspective. I interpret it in a way that may be a bit controversial. I’d like to see how others interpret it though by presenting this hypothetical situation:

Let’s say you have a neighbor who you have witnessed beating his dog on more than one occasion. You also can see that the dog suffers from shameful neglect. You’ve called the police and animal control but the dog’s owner still has the dog and still isn’t treating him in a manner that would be consistent with compassion and loving care. You cringe every time you hear the dog whimper, your heart breaks a little more each time you hear your neighbor yell at the dog. The dog is chained up outside…

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