"The Cat Did What?" - Chicken Soup for the Soul Book, Published August 2014 features a story written by our Advocates 4 Animals Executive Director- sharing story of one very special (and lucky) feline who was rescued/rehabilitated/adopted through A4A. Be sure to purchase your autographed copy at our 2014 SPAY IT FORWARD Silent Auction/Dinner Fundraiser event on October 11th (click the title/link above for more details). All proceeds from book sales at this event will benefit A4A.
"The Dog Did What?" - Chicken Soup for the Soul Book, Published August 2014 features several stories written by our Advocates 4 Animals Executive Director- sharing stories of two very special dogs who were rescued/rehabilitated/adopted through A4A. Be sure to purchase your autographed copy at our 2014 SPAY IT FORWARD Silent Auction/Dinner Fundraiser event on October 11th (click the title/link above for more details). All proceeds from book sales at this event will benefit A4A.
Originally published to Cat Fancy Magazine, September 2014
Ginger limped along the road looking for her next meal, having long given up on finding comfort. Her front leg had been badly injured, creating a permanent bend as it healed on its own. But Ginger didn’t let her curved leg or her senior status stop her from trying to survive. Each day, she hopped along the road, intent on finding food. She was terribly emaciated and severely dehydrated, yet she still kept going. Read full article here...
Originally published to July 2013 - Dayton City Paper
Fostering a cat or kitten in need is a truly rewarding experience. Click the link to read the article of several A4A volunteer foster homes.
Originally published to Cat Fancy Magazine- November 2013 Edition
*Article begins on page 39... Brief Excerpt: Dodging bullets and running away from nearby residents who chased and abused the many stray cats trying to survive near an apartment complex, Garth pulled his wounded leg behind him as his heart sped. He was hungry and dehydrated, not to mention terrified. Night after night, for years, Garth focused on simply staying alive. In his wildest dreams, he was unable to imagine the warmth of a soft bed or the safety and love that could be provided by caring human hands.
Originally published to Cat Fancy, November 2012
An abused stray named Mondo finds happiness.
Originally published to Dog Living Magazine - Summer 2012
Dispelling the myth of pet overpopulation
Originally published to Dayton City Paper
Pets can do a lot of things. They can fetch the paper, cheer us up on a bad day, do tricks, run, and jump for days on end and even provide a homey feel to an ordinary office. But they can't do everything. They need somebody to look after them and provide them with the care they need to live fulfilling lives. Many animals are able to get this treatment from owners, but with huge amounts of strays and animals in shelters, additional care is needed to ensure the ethical and humane treatment of animals (PAGE 13)
Originally published to Dog Living Magazine
What creates the magic of a building a lasting bond between a dog and a human?
Originally published to Xenia Daily Gazette
Congratulations on deciding to adopt a rescue pet! Once you have done your research and decided which type of pet is best for your lifestyle, now it’s time to officially begin your search!