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Sometimes Magic Happens: An Animal Rescue Story

by Lee Juslin



There are two types of English Springer Spaniels: field Springers that flush or spring birds in the field for hunters and bench bred Springers that are the ones seen in a dog show. Field Springers are distinguished by ticking or dots, while bench bred or show Springers do not have the ticking. Both are known for their wonderful personalities.

911 Rescue: A Col. Potter Story

by Lee Juslin




Found and brought to a county shelter by a police officer named Swartz, she huddled in a back corner of her cage with her tail tucked firmly between her legs. The shelter staff was not even sure if she was male or female. Of course she was passed over by every potential adopter and her time was running out.

The L’il Cat That Could

by Lee Juslin



We keep bowls of food and water just inside our garage for neighborhood feral cats. The roster of these wild cats is ever changing, and I try not to think of what happens to the ones we no longer see coming to eat. We just do what we can.

Humbled by Heroes: Another Animal Rescue Adventure

by Joyce Brandon


I was honored this past weekend to speak at our Women’s Ministry breakfast. I prepared faithfully. My PowerPoint was loaded with great photos, my narration was polished, and the technology was all checked the night before. All systems were go.
I was honored this past weekend to speak at our Women’s Ministry breakfast. I prepared faithfully. My PowerPoint was loaded with great photos, my narration was polished, and the technology was all checked the night before. All systems were go.

Rattie Ratz Rescue

by Diana Hockley



Rattie Ratz is a Northern California rat rescue established in 1998. It has grown into one of the largest non-profit rescue organizations in the country dedicated exclusively to domestic pet RATS and other small animals. Rattie Ratz operates a limited access rescue and accepts needy rats from local overwhelmed shelters. They are an all-volunteer organization and currently have 10-15 regular volunteers and about 20 casual volunteers.

The One That Got Away

by Joyce Brandon




When you are involved in animal rescue, very often if feels as if you are fighting a losing battle. Too many animal owners are oblivious to the fact that their actions or inactions, as it may be, have long reaching and long lasting effects. The story of our little mountain puppies demonstrates this so clearly

Pet Rescue: Causes, Controversies and People Who Care

by Linda O. Johnston



Pet rescue. We’ve all heard of it. A lot of us engage in it. But what is it, really? And why is it necessary? The simple answer? There are a lot more pets out there than people who want them. Why is that? Many reasons. Sometimes people take on pets they can’t continue to care for because of problems in their own lives. Sometimes the pets develop behavior issues the owners can’t or don’t want to deal with.

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