Getting enough cats fixed to make a difference is like making monthly payments on the national debt—there are too many cats and not enough trappers or support.
The event, which would have been the fifth annual if the pandemic hadn’t shown its ugly face, will feature naughty shows and raffles with glittering prizes such as artwork, pet supplies, Halloween décor and a few pieces of singular jewelry that’s not, shall we say, for the pursed of lips.
Fostering an animal is one more way to help mitigate shelter overcrowding and socialize pets for new homes. It occupies a point somewhere on the shelter-overpopulation continuum, between spay/neuter at one end and adoption one on other.
Cats can be tough audiences, especially if you’re a comedian.
Every year in Surf City USA, the nickname that Huntington Beach has officially laid claim to, humans flock to the sand to watch pups in life jackets do some serious ripping through the current, with a little help from their human dudes and dudettes.
Dogs who’ve had the worst luck in the world will find their fortunes turned around if Live Love gets wind of them.
It’s all adult cats this time—little kittens are sure cute, and they get adopted faster than the adult cats, seniors and the ones grown past the adorables. They are waiting to go home, too.
For some people on the street, their dogs are their family, said Sherri Stankewitz, who started a program to help them get the care they need.
There’s no point in telling a determined humane advocate that they can’t save every animal life or prevent every birth that can’t be guaranteed a forever home. They already know that, and do it anyway, impossible as it seems year to year.