Thursday, September 06, 2012
Thursday, April 26, 2012
Chris Brown In Trouble Again--Selling Pit Bulls On-line
here ) that Mr. Brown might want to look at before the authorities come looking for him. Chris Brown has once again shown us how thoughtless his actions are. Our nation's shelter system is experiencing a deadly pet overpopulation crisis and it is unconscionable to breed, sell or buy dogs while over five million companion animals are killed at the pound every year. And Pit bulls are plentiful in the shelters. Once they enter the shelter system, they only have hours to live unless someone steps up to adopt them. I did an Internet search today and found over nineteen thousand pits in danger of being killed for lack of adopters.
Friday, February 17, 2012
Westminster Dog Show -- They Lie While Dogs Die
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Santa Hates the 99%
Sunday, December 04, 2011
I'm Dreaming of an Ethical Christmas
Death row Mutt in Vegan plastic knock-off = PRICELESS
Hi, I'm Jinky, a dog who was rescued from death row in a Los Angeles shelter so around this time of year, I'm dreaming of an ethical Christmas.
If you want a dog or a cat or any kind of pet this holiday season, get into the real spirit of Christmas by GIVING a second chance to a homeless animal.
When you buy a dog from a pet store or Internet seller, you are only enriching animal abusers. Those dogs come from factories, or, as they are often called, puppy mills, where the parent dogs are living out their sad lives in a cage. The puppy you see on the Internet or in the pet store is the product of an incredibly cruel business---where pups are manufactured like machine parts with no regard to their well-being. The parent dogs are exposed to freezing temperatures and get no socialization.
Don't be fooled: Just because a commercial breeder has a USDA license or breed registry "papers" doesn't mean the breeding facility is humane. If a pup is sold over the Internet or in a pet store, he is from a puppy mill and puppy mills are legal just like chicken factories are legal. To the United States Department of Agriculture, dogs are just an agricultural product.
I think dogs deserve better. After all, we are man's best friend!
There are lots of really great dogs at the pound! It's hard to believe that all those homeless dogs and cats aren't going to have a family for Christmas unless somebody comes and adopts them. So this holiday season, go to your local rescue organization or shelter and rescue a homeless animal. Get into the holiday spirit and take the $1000 you would have spent on a dog and give it to a family in need so they can have a nice Christmas.
Hey, if you'ld like a great, inexpensive stocking stuffer that promotes adoption and makes you laugh, I wrote a funny book and I give 100% of the profits to dogs in need.
Click here to order my book, "The Diary of Jinky, Dog of a Hollywood Wife " from Amazon.
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
I Heart Puppies in Corona del Mar Caught Breaking the Law
City Issues Stop Work Order on 'I Heart Puppies' Store in Corona del Mar11 Comments