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  1. Pets
    I've been thinking about adopting a doggie for awhile, but being smart about it. Oh my heart melted and I didn't want to leave. They had this huge cat area which was pretty cool because they all roamed around in a big room with lots of toys and you could just hang out with them. (some was in...
  2. Needle Arts
    Since I have finished my knitting for the homeless, I want to make knitted blankets for shelter dogs/cats. Does anyone know what size I would make or yarn I would use? Thanks!
  3. General Chat
    My son just finished his first year at UCI as a Biology major. His goal is to be a Vet. He did really well academically got a 3.9 but one of the things he needs to do was get some experience around pets. Last year he couldn't get anything cause he wasn't 18 and no one would let him because the...
  4. General Chat
    Today I went to the orientation session of a local animal shelter so I can begin volunteering with the animals. I will be helping out with fund-raising events, be a cat cuddler and a dog walker. I also want to help out with their newsletter and photography events. Lately (since school is out)...
  5. Pets
    I have volunteered at animal shelters for years. It is amazing the types of pets that show up there. I have seen so many purebreds, mutts, cats,lizards, other critters and even livestock. All of pets have come from shelters and have never had a problem ( well most of the time). I have found...
  6. Preparedness and Survival
    I'm wondering what your opinions are, as my dh and I are having a disagreement. The main question is: Do you think in most disasters you would have the opportunity to evacuate or is there a reasonable risk that you would be stuck at home and forced to shelter in place? The secondary questions...
  7. General Chat
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