Sunday, March 16, 2008

Cats and Turtles

"Homeless, stray and feral cats live among us in the shadows and rely on the kindness of strangers for survival. "Even if you rescue just one cat, you're helping with the pet overpopulation problem, and you're part of a nationwide movement toward building a kinder world for animals," says Gregory Castle, one of the founders of Best Friends Animal Society, an international organization dedicated to humanely reducing pet homelessness and the largest animal sanctuary in the United States. "There's a huge sense of satisfaction in helping a cat in need. It's a wonderful thing to do, and it feels wonderful to do it."

Next time you stumble upon a stray, abandoned or feral cat, follow these simple steps."

"There are hundreds of different types of turtles. This article aims to give you a brief overview of the different types of turtles."

1 comment:

alpha99wolf said...

Great article on stray and feral cats. So many animals rely on the kindness of strangers. They need us. I enjoyed the article on turtles. As a child, I once caught a snapping turtle. It was a shock to everyone standing near the water. Most of all, none of us knew what to do - how to get it loose and back in the water. Finally, a wise experienced fisherman showed up and helped us. Very interesting event.