Animal Rescue of the Week: Episode 45 – No Feline Left Behind

Animal Rescue of the Week: Episode 45 – No Feline Left Behind

No Feline Left Behind is a non-profit organization improving the lives of stray, abandoned and feral felines by educating, advocating and direct hands-on care through TNR, fostering and adoption. They encourage everyone to aid in their daunting efforts of an unending task to curb feline overpopulation. “A Community Saving a Colony” is their slogan as colony caretakers are vital to the survival of many strays. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nofelineleftbehind/

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National Cuddle Up Day: Why Your Pet Makes the Perfect Cuddle Buddy

National Cuddle Up Day: Why Your Pet Makes the Perfect Cuddle Buddy

January is here—one of the coldest seasons of the year! (Oooh! That rhymed!) People are wearing layers upon layers of winter clothing, switching out regular blankets for heavy-duty comforters, and turning up the heaters. However, when it comes to keeping warm, nothing beats good old-fashioned cuddling! That’s why every year on the 6th of January, everyone observes National Cuddle Up Day. If you’re waiting for a holiday you can celebrate with your pet, then this is definitely it! Surprisingly, cuddling your pet comes with a few benefits, too!   4 Benefits of Cuddling Your Pet It strengthens the bond between […]

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National Bird Day

National Bird Day

Beautiful, majestic, clever, and utterly melodious, birds have always had a special place in people’s hearts. On social media, we often see them performing unbelievable tricks or simply being their outgoing, comedic selves, especially cockatoos and parrots. However, looks and talents aren’t the only things that make these winged wonders amazing—they contribute a lot to the ecosystem, too. In fact, without them, mother nature won’t be able to function normally nor maintain an environment that can support life. With bird populations declining and hundreds of bird species on the brink of extinction, we celebrate National Bird Day every 5th of […]

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National Fruitcake Toss Day: Throw Those Fruitcakes Away from Your Pet!

National Fruitcake Toss Day: Throw Those Fruitcakes Away from Your Pet!

If there’s one thing people want to receive over the holidays, it’s definitely a gift—well, unless it’s a fruitcake. Gifted, re-gifted, or sneakily thrown in the trash time and time again, the nutty, neon-dotted loaf has basically been the world’s ultimate relay item for years. Someone even joked that “There’s only one fruitcake in the world, and people keep sending it to each other.”. Poor fruitcake! As much as some people want to end the yearly fruitcake-giving tradition, it seems that the much-maligned pastry is here to stay, especially with December being National Fruitcake Month. All over the US, many […]

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National Thank-You Note Day

National Thank-You Note Day

December 26 is recognized as National Thank You Note Day. It is that one day of the year when you can write a special thank you note to someone who has been special in your life. The occasion is celebrated right after Christmas Day so you can take the time to send out thank-you notes to the people who send you a gift.  There is truly something special in a thank you note. But did you know that you can also write a thank you note to your dog? Even though your dog won’t be able to read it themselves, […]

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Let’s Celebrate National Underdog Day!

Let’s Celebrate National Underdog Day!

Established by Peter Moeller in the year 1976, National Underdog Day is meant to celebrate the understated, underappreciated, and unnoticed—the underdogs. While normally done in honor of the unlikely and unsung heroes of literature, sports, movies, and daily human life, we here at Animal Rescue Professionals would like to dedicate this day to the nation’s true underdogs: the homeless, often-overlooked shelter dogs. To all dog lovers, let’s celebrate National Underdog Day by making a difference in the lives of these underdogs!   Shelter Dogs Are the True Underdogs Underdogs are the least likely to be noticed, liked, and favored. Sounds […]

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