Review: Gaby, Lost and Found by Angela Cervantes

Cute! Fun! Sweet! Inspiring! All these adjectives describe Gaby, Lost and Found, by Angela Cervantes, about a girl who wants to rescue animals but soon finds herself in need of a permanent home. Gaby, her friends, and even the adult guardians in her life make for a realistic and endearing cast. Through the suspenseful plot, readers will learn about shelters and immigration, besides being entertained. What struck me foremost is how true-to-life but also sympathetic the characters are. Gaby loves animals. She’ll do anything to rescue them. But she still feels a little upset when a cat in a tree … Continue reading Review: Gaby, Lost and Found by Angela Cervantes

Tribute to Long-Term LAA Volunteer

Lincoln Animal Ambassadors wishes to pay tribute to Joyce Teets for her ten years of volunteer service. It also thanks everyone who supported them on Give to Lincoln Day. Finally, it reminds the Lancaster County community to mark July 18th as the date (if allowed) for LAA’s annual Wine & Howl. Teets first got involved with Lincoln Animal Ambassadors when some of her neighbors asked her for help with the community cats at Wyuka. “We had to trap the cats and get them to The Cat House for Trap, Neuter and Return (TNR),” said Teets.” I don’t think I understood … Continue reading Tribute to Long-Term LAA Volunteer

How a Children’s Book Inspired The Sadie Dog Fund

My advice to aspiring entrepreneurs who are introverts is to let their passion guide them.  My passion for wanting to help save dogs’ lives and keep them at home is what drives me to continue with Sadie Dog Fund.  I am not paid to do this.  My reward is knowing that I have helped dogs. Shy. Quiet. Introverted. These probably aren’t the adjectives that you’d associate with the founder of a non-profit. Nor are these the descriptors you’d probably expect of an animal activist. And so it are these surprising traits that sparked my interest in interviewing Pam Hoffman. I … Continue reading How a Children’s Book Inspired The Sadie Dog Fund

Making a Difference for Community Cats: Project Bay

What would you do if you found 175 cats living along a popular hiking/biking trail? In 2004, that’s what the founders and volunteers of Project Bay Cat faced along San Francisco Bay. They began spaying/neutering the cats. They also rescued … Continue reading Making a Difference for Community Cats: Project Bay

Canadian Cat Advocate: Irene Plett

Self-dubbed as “a servant of cats and words,” Irene Plett is an author and cat advocate from Canada. Irene has a website, Facebook page, Twitter account, and Youtube channel dedicated to cats. Through these various forms of social media, you’ll … Continue reading Canadian Cat Advocate: Irene Plett