by Paley Frances ~ We didn’t find her. She found us. Oh, I’d seen her before—a dark, thin shadow, first against the dull brown backdrop of the nearly frozen field, then as a sleek black silhouette on the brilliant December snow. Not every day at first, but then more regularly, she came to our lower […]
by Katerina Lorenzatos Makris ~ Conversations with fellow dog rescuers have turned up some common themes regarding our pledges to the new year. One very common theme is that we’re not very good at keeping these kinds of pledges. Nevertheless it’s time to wipe the slate clean, start afresh, and give it another go, as […]
by Paley Frances ~ Even a year after my cross-country move to Vermont, I was still homesick for Los Angeles. I missed my friends, family and animal rescue compatriots. During one of my frequent visits back home, I was asked to speak at a protest against a Beverly Hills pet shop that sold dogs, allegedly […]
by Katerina Lorenzatos Makris Recently I posted a photo on Facebook of our fine fellow Agapi feeling poorly. He had just vomited five times in a row. Within a couple of hours he had recovered and gone back to normal, so we didn’t visit the veterinarian.
by Katerina Lorenzatos Makris ~ Maybe you’ve rescued an injured dog who needs spendy surgery. Or you’re head of an orphaned elephant sanctuary and desperately need to scrape up enough cash to pay off the coming month’s bills. Or perhaps, for your birthday, you’re feeling noble, and don’t want gifts for yourself, but want to […]