The Latest From Anne
In the July/August, 2016 issue of Animal Sheltering, I write about the work of For Bunny Sake, my three rabbits and how I continually fail at fostering.
When the World Meeting of Families was held in Philadelphia last month, a local woman designed a backpack to help attendees move quickly through security checkpoints. Click here to read the story that was published in the Catholic Star Herald.
This surfing French bulldog was once a rescue, but now she lives it up hanging ten and fundraising to help other animals in need. Cherie is a Dogster hero. She lives in Newport Beach, Ca. with her parents and brother, Ace. Click here to read her featured story.
August 15 was Pirate Day at Ft. Mifflin, Pa. We sailed to Ft. Mifflin on Gloucester City’s Northwind. When we docked at Ft. Mifflin, we had access to the grounds and were able to watch a skirmish. Because it was so hot and the sun was on full blast
Lt. Zsakhiem James and Zero the hero, a K-9, are partners with the Camden County Police Department. Zero is the current canine record holder with the most apprehensions in New Jersey, but there is more to the story. Zero is a Dogster her. You can read all about
I am happy to report that the turkeys are back. Well, we don’t think they ever left. In April, 2013, I wrote about the turkeys living in our neighborhood and the circle of life continues. This year, we’ve seen two females bring eight babies around. They’re quite comfortable here as