The Ultimate Guide to Responsible Pet Adoption

Adding a cat or dog to your family is a big decision, and these days there are many ways for you to do so. An adoption is an option for folks looking to possibly save a little money—and more importantly, save a life.

Confessions of a Caring Cat Hoarder

I’m a cat hoarder. There. I said it. I am a cat hoarder. But a neat one though. Yes, I’m a very neat, kind, conscientious cat hoarder, but I don’t have so many cats that you’ll find me on a television show about animal hoarding.

My Name is Tasha: Please Adopt Me

Sasha is a 1 year old Great Dane/American Bulldog mix. She is 110 lbs and is expected to grow to at least 150 in the next two years. This dog is like a HORSE!

Joe Conservative: Your Daughter Walks Into A Bar

What happens when a conservative’s daughter walks into a bar and into an unwanted pregnancy?

Animal Rescue Groups Need to Lighten Up on Adoption Rules

I have rescued many dogs over the years, although they were direct rescues, i.e. dogs I have personally found after they have been abandoned. That’s not to say I didn’t try to rescue both dogs and horses from rescue groups, but in each case the paperwork and regulations, and sometimes cost, yes cost, were overwhelming.

Post Holiday Pet Returns: Who Pays the Price?

For better or for worse, the holidays often bring new pets into our households. Your addition may have been well-planned and thoughtfully implemented, which is always the recommended course. However, many of these new pets end up in our homes either as gifts or as our own impulsive purchases or adoptions.