Thank you to our friends at CFA for this list of poisonous plants. http://cfa.org/Owners/CatCare/HouseholdHazards/ToxicPlants.aspx
Looking for a home before Christmas. Less than 1/2 price.
Are you interested in Ragdoll patterns? This might be interesting to you –
Have you seen the new ads on tv with the sweet little faces of puppies that are neglected by their owners? So, sad – such sweet puppies. DO NOT BE SUCKERED IN BY THESE ADS. ASPCA IS A HORRIBLE ORGANIZATION. Ok – no more caps, but can you tell I am passionate about this? Check it out before giving one cent to them –
Here an example of one of the many posting about the ASPCA :
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals …
It felt as though the animals were being used for fundraising, rather than using funds raised to help the animals.” Despite having $115 million in contributions in 2013, the ASPCA only found homes for 3,400 dogs and cats, according to its annual report. That’s a cost of $34,000 per animal adopted.
Is the Aspca a good charity?
The independent watchdog CharityWatch finds that ASPCA spends up to 35 percent of its budget on overhead, and 38 cents to raise every dollar, giving the organization a middling “C+” rating. Charity Navigator calculates that ASPCA spent a whopping $52 million on fundraising in 2012.