Episode 109 – Sarah Lauch

Episode 109 – Sarah Lauch

Sarah’s journey started about 10 years ago as a transporter helping the animals at the Chicago Animal Care & Control. She saw all the sides of animal rescue, the good & the bad and after a few years she knew it was time for a break to reset. About 5 years later she met Roosevelt as he was silently sitting in his kennel just waiting to meet his person…Sarah was the one! Listen in to learn more about Sarah and the story of Roo and how her organization is helping those dogs with cancer!

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Lions Can Run How Fast?!

Lions Can Run How Fast?!

Lions Unlike other cats, lions are very social animals. They live in groups, called prides, of around 30 lions. A pride consists of up to three males, a dozen related females, and their young. The availability of food and water determines the size of the pride. If resources are scarce, the pride becomes smaller. Pride members keep track of one another by roaring. Both males and females have a mighty roar that can be heard up to 8 km (5 mi.) away. Males and females take on very different roles in the pride. Male lions spend their time guarding their […]

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National Double Cheeseburger Day

National Double Cheeseburger Day

National Double Cheeseburger Day Did you hear? It’s National Double Cheeseburger Day! We don’t know about you, but we sure are pretty stoked about it. I mean, c’mon! We’re not just talking about a regular cheeseburger, here. We’re talking double cheeseburgers—who doesn’t love ‘em, right? Not only are they twice the size of regular cheeseburgers, but they’re twice as mouthwateringly delicious, too! National Double Cheeseburger Day was created to celebrate the birth of the double cheeseburger. Lionel Sternberger, who concocted the glorious creation, thought that hamburgers were a little too plain and needed just a bit more oomph, if you […]

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National Blame Someone Else Day

National Blame Someone Else Day

National Blame Someone Else Day Have you ever broken a vase or tracked mud into someone else’s home?  Have you ever wished that you could place the blame on someone else to avoid getting scolded, even as an adult?  You’re not alone and this may be the reason that we blame animals for our bad behavior. National Blame Someone Else Day is always celebrated on the first Friday the 13th of the year.  The holiday was invented by Anne Moeller of Clio, Michigan in 1982. One day, her alarm clock failed to go off, which created a domino effect of […]

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Animal Shelter of the Week: Episode 31 – Animal Adoption Center in Wyoming

Animal Shelter of the Week: Episode 31 – Animal Adoption Center in Wyoming

The Animal Adoption Center (AAC) is dedicated to saving the lives of homeless animals through rescue, adoption, education and spay/neuter. Founded in 2004, the AAC is a nonprofit organization located in downtown Jackson, Wyoming. Their highly visible location promotes excellent community interaction with their animals and programs. Visitors are greeted by happy, tail-wagging dogs and friendly purring cats. To learn more, check out their website & Facebook today!

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Animal Rescue of the Week: Episode 30 – KA’A’AWA K9 Rescue in Hawaii

Animal Rescue of the Week: Episode 30 – KA’A’AWA K9 Rescue in Hawaii

KA’A’AWA K-9 Rescue is a non-profit organization incorporated in 2016 that seeks to rescue, rehabilitate, & rehome dogs in need on the island of Oahu, specifically focusing on the Windward side of the island. Their commitment to reducing the rate of canine overpopulation is a major goal for the long-term welfare of their closest animal companions. They believe and live by the motto, ‘People Saving Dogs Saving People’.

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