Lovin’ Life Rescue loves their chili..It’s a Chili Cook Off to support pets, and taste buds will dance. It’s presumed with happy people spooning chili, donations for the shelter may grow. There will be prizes for the top three chilis. A $40 donation includes an opportunity for everyone to judge the chilis, all the chili... Read more »
Judy Baar Topinka, Illinois State Comptroller, was what she herself called “animal crazy.” When I last saw her, she asked, “What’s wrong with me, I can’t just adopt an ordinary dog, I need to adopt those no one else wants.” Illinois and homeless pets lost an outspoken advocate , who died early today, December 10, less... Read more »
Illinois Animal shelters and rescues are overwhelmed as it is. Pet blogging colleagues ChicagoNow.com’s Kathy Mordini of Raining Cats & Dogs and Dancing Dog Blogger Mary Haight both did superb jobs of articulated why a bill proposed in Illinois, SB0648, sponsored by State Senator Andy Manar (48th district) and House sponsor Wayne Rosenthal (95th District) was not a good... Read more »
Canbera, Australia. Farmer Leonard Richards was knocked unconscious by a tree branch during a storm. No one knew where he was – who knows what might have happened if it wasn’t for a very nervous family pet….who did just what Lassie would have done….demanding follow me to Leonard’s wife….except this family pet happened to be... Read more »
Red Star Emergency Services of the American Humane Association is on the ground in tornado ravaged Oklahoma, and Steve Dale’s Pet World will kick off with an on-the-scene report with Josh Cary of the American Humane Association, at 1:07 p.m (CDT) on WGN Radio on May 25. Josh will talk about the ups (like real-life pet... Read more »
LISTEN HERE to two Dales for the price of one, Dale Nelson and me….with Bill Moller on WGN Radio, having a festive time. As a result of having surgery with a Bill Moller fan, Dale Nelson appears in this pet segment. She talks about her work with rescue and foster. More foster families are needed,... Read more »
Cool! Animals Win! You can (potentially) write-off your work if you volunteer for a legit non-profit with TNR (trap/neuter/return) for feral cats, as well as for animal rescue and fostering pets. Watch this! If you are not working as a volunteer now, you may want to start.