DIY build a kitten fort

Posted by Jennifer on May 20th, 2015

kitten-fort-dyiKittens love forts! They also love new things, so DYI kitten forts that you can reconfigure easily and for free are not only tons of fun for kittens, they’re fun for you and your family too! This is going to be one of the easiest DIY projects you’ve ever done, or a great one to take on as your first Do It Yourself project. All you need are a few simple items that you may have in your home already, and some creativity. Read More

2015 Veterinary Care Fund Grants

Posted by Jennifer on May 18th, 2015

The mission (and passion) of is to help get homeless pets out of the shelters and into loving homes. One way we do that is by helping approved shelters & rescues through grant programs. In 2015, the Veterinary Care Fund will be giving away grants to shelters and rescues of up to $2,000 each! Grants are to help pets in shelters and rescues get the veterinary care they need to go from homeless to adopted. Read More

Anna-kitten-AAPYou may have heard that kittens get a “kitten pass” when introduced to other cats. Is that true? Yes and no – it depends on the personalities and past experiences of the cats and the kittens! Yes it is true that many times adult cats who might have had bad experiences or seem not to get along well with other adult cats they’ve met will be less upset when they first meet a kitten. Here are some reasons why based on my personal experience introducing foster kittens to adult foster cats (click here for our cat intro how-to), and also helping dozens of adopters introduce both new kittens and cats: Read More

Thor-trash-pit-bull-rescueHere is the scoop: Dog-capturer extraordinaire Eldad from received an urgent call from the City of Los Angeles Waste Management that a Pit Bull was living in a dangerous pile of trash at their Los Angeles Facility. This rescue ended up being one of the trickiest Eldad has ever had to perform! Read More

Casual / Comfortable Hallway by Heather’s House Cleaning in Las Vegas, NV

Having a dog or cat, like having a child, means your flooring stands to see increased traffic and possibly some stains over time. You can take steps to prevent stains, like house-training your animals from the time they arrive home, but even that is not a foolproof plan. So when accidents happen — and they will — you need to know how to remove the stain quickly and efficiently before it irreparably harms the flooring. Here are some tips on getting stains out of common flooring types: Read More

Everyone loves a good game of Jenga – especially this cat who has proven himself to have superior Jenga skills than every one of us! Watch the video below: Read More

Anna-held No one is going to argue about the exponential cute factor of a puppy and kitten together! As illustrated in the photo above, the combination has amazing “aweeeeee” power. That’s is me holding one of my foster kittens and a foster puppy. What you can’t see is my happy but very tired face! Puppies and kittens are babies and like human babies they take a lot of time, energy, and cleanup.  If you’re thinking about adopting or fostering puppies and kittens together, I’ll share my experience and Top 4 Tips so that you can be prepared with lots of paper towels for the poopy moments and your camera for all the adorable moments too. Read More

Pit Bull Dogs and Puppies Infographic

Posted by jeff on April 27th, 2015

Pit Bull Sale Advice Click the image to see the Pit Bull Dogs and Puppies infographic at full size! Then you can find Pit Bull Dogs & Puppies for adoption on Read More

Happy Beginnings: Polly

Posted by Laurie on April 21st, 2015

Long distance love… get ready for today’s Happy Beginnings story! Nothing makes us want to take a road trip like a story of how helped a homeless pet find a new loving home from far away. We’d love to hear how helped you adopt your pet too! Please send your Happy Beginnings story to with a photo or two.)  This week’s story is from Robin in Pennsylvania. Robin writes… Read More

Pet-Friendly Home Remodeling Ideas

Posted by Guest Author on April 10th, 2015

Adding new family members to your home means changing up its design and making adjustments for the health and happiness of your new additions. Just like you would make improvements for a new child, you’ll need to make a few changes for the benefit of your new pets too. While you don’t have to design a nursery or playroom like you would for a kid, there are some remodels and renovations you can perform around your home to make your new furry friends feel more at home. Here are some quick renovations you can do without changing your entire home: Read More

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