Blogging to Help Be the Change for Animals

I just stumbled upon this web site yesterday and wanted to join in their mission of promoting causes that improve animal welfare.  What’s nifty about Be the Change for Animals is that they are advocates for all animals.  For example, on their web page, you’ll learn about blue tuna, breed discrimination inherent in Farmer’s Insurance policies, and National Pet Fire Safety Day.

On October 15 Blog the Change for Animals is trying to raise awareness through animal blogs throughout the world.  I’m joining them because their mission is similar to the message in my book, Something Furry Underfoot–no matter where a critter comes from–a stray cat from under my porch, a rabbit released from a wild life area, or the mynah bird we didn’t know was coming via the US Postal Service–it deserves the best life possible.  Check out http://btc4animals.com/ and become a stronger advocate for animals.  And for a humorous, touching read about trying to spoil a whole bunch of pets, you’ll find Something Furry Underfoot at Amazon.com and Smashwords.com.  Some proceeds from Something Furry Underfoot will benefit animal rescue organizations.

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Connie
8 years ago

Thanks for joining the cause

Paula
8 years ago

I stumbled on this website, too, on the 14th, just in time for the last post of this year on the 15th. I was really happy to find it! Since I blog about animal welfare already.

Angel
6 years ago

Was just reading your page about furries under foot. Just wanted to say… I have had cats all my life and at present have one outdoor male cat that is almost 13 and one indoor cat that is almost 2. But I recently lost my other indoor cat at age 20 so please don’t tell people outdoor cat only live 5 to 7 years. My parents have out door cats ranging from 10 to 14 years of age. Just thought I had to say something about that. neuter, spay and vacs the cats and they lives good long lives.

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