The year’s 2nd month is winding down. But the opportunities for celebrations & observations aren’t slowing down one bit. Monthly celebrations include guinea pigs and caffeine. And ideas! But not just having ideas. Doing something with your ideas. This week we also have food days, animal days, and disease awareness days. Plus anti-bullying, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
It’s hard to believe February is more than half done. In fact it’s the last full week of February! Wasn’t it just New Years?!? But here we are just the same. Some of us still snowed in (happily it’s melting, even if slowly!). But maybe this week’s curling & skiing days might help? […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Can you believe February will be 1/2-way done in just a couple of days?! Don’t despair, we’ve found plenty of holidays to keep the blues at bay. (But not the snow … To those of you in the eastern 1/2 of the US: Sorry. 😕 ) From bunnies to birds, and ETs to gumdrops. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Every year in late February we dedicate one week to raising public awareness about animal abuse and how to stop it. It’s National Justice for Animals Week. For 2018 the week runs from February 25 to March 3. The Animal Legal Defense Fund created this week in 2009 to: Fight animal abuse Honor […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
The Great Backyard Bird Count needs your help! It doesn’t matter if you’re a serious birder or just like watching feathered visitors to your backyard feeder. This citizen-science project wants to know what birds you see. The project lasts for 4 days every February. As long as you can count for at least […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
This holiday season many lucky pets will be getting presents and treats right alongside their human siblings and parents. But many animals stuck in shelters won’t be so lucky. Most shelters are funded mainly by donations. Through careful budgeting and fundraisers they manage to provide basic care for these lost and abandoned animals. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.