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There are no words to explain the silence of our world. To watch the crumbling of yet another animal Sanctuary, the atrocities left behind, the plyght of so many animals ignored. How do we stop it, question it, understand it. Tonights show is geared towards prevention and education. How to stop the Monster before you open the closet door...
Attorney Fred Kray and the PBLNR crew will talk to Jackie Spiker of Hope Animal Rescues, born out of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Laura Handzel will be calling in to discuss the status of the Nevada bill banning BSL. Regular show episodes include:
Recap of last week's show Weekly news update BSL updates with Kris Diaz from StopBSL Dog bites with Jim Crosby Facebook favorites with Amy Conrad Chat with Matt Cook Mystery Dog of the Week Don't miss our newly designed network website PBLNN.com where you can see all the latest updates from Pit Bulletin Legal News, Pit Bulletin Legal News Radio, StopBSL, K.C. Dog Blog, Beyond Breed, Canine Aggression with Jim Crosby, the Doglawreporter and Dangerous Dog Law. New content every day. Bookmark it!
Make a difference in somebunny's life - adopt a rescued rabbit! MHRR is a group of volunteers and foster homes in and around the Baton Rouge, Louisiana area. We take in rabbits from other shelters or animal control agencies, strays, dumps at pet stores or vet clinics, or individuals/families who can no longer care for their pets. We also visit classrooms and scout meetings to teach little ones about rabbit care. MHRR enjoys bringing our adoptable rabbits to the LSU Vet Sc
Stephen Wells is the executive director of the Animal Legal Defense Fund. Over the past six years, until January, 2006, Stephen founded and served as the director of ALDF’s successful Animal Law Program which provides support and resources to ALDF’s law professional and law student members and pro bono opportunities for attorneys and firms to assist ALDF
THURSDAY the 29th at 12pm EST UPDATE ARREST HAS BEEN MADE DETAILS ON SHOW AT 1pm TOMORROW THURSDAY the 29th Guest host: Michelle Shaw Primary admin of The Good, the Bad, the Unforgivable of Animal Rescue An in depth look at Animal Aid Rescue and Resource and it's founder Sharlotte M. Adams
Our guest today is Glo Rod; the Executive Producer of the award winning organization: A Variety Of Pets Media (Texas, USA), which focuses on celebrating animal heroes including volunteers for rescue groups, foster pet parents, feral cat trappers, feral cat feeders and responsible pet parents. Find Glo @ www.StoriesOfMultiplePets.com & the Brummets @ http://Brummet.ca
This week's show we will cover the no kill movement in the animal rescue field. We will have a few Rescues calling in to discuss their position on No Kill and euthanasia.. We are extending this week's show to two full hours.
Any and all listeners are welcome to call in and share their experience and opinions on the topic..
- Special guest, Steve Sacchitelli will be calling in to discuss the topic as well as the no kill movement down in the Southeast US!
Steve is an average middle-aged white guy who grew up in New Jersey.
He went to school for Finance, Accounting and Economics at the George Washington University then spent some time as a Wall St. kind of guy and some time as a Television kind of guy.
He retired early and started rescuing dogs about 13 years ago through chance when a stray showed up at his door. He currently runs The Animal Shelter Project, a rescue and No-Kill advocacy group in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The Animal Shelter Project is a 501c3 organization that is working on building a chain of No-Kill shelters and nature centers throughout the country.
Steve likes walks on the beach, eating vegan food, martinis and dogs.
Other Rescues Joining us:
- Rebound Hounds http://www.reboundhounds.org/
- Distinguished Doberman rescue will also be joining us!
The Humane Society of the United States is the nation's largest and most effective animal protection organization. HSUS helps animals by advocating for better laws to protect them; conducting campaigns to reform industries; providing animal rescue and emergency response; investigating cases of animal cruelty; and caring for animals through their sanctuaries and wildlife rehabilitation centers, emergency shelters and clinics.
ABOUT KATIE JARL As the Texas state director for The HSUS, Katie Jarl helps animals by working to pass animal welfare legislation, coordinating disaster and rescue response for animals in need, and engaging animal advocates to promote animal protection in the state.
Previously, Jarl worked at The HSUS's headquarters in the public relations department, working closely with the animal fighting campaign. In that role, she worked to promote animal fighting legislation on both the federal and state levels, including a successful media relations campaign in Texas to pass stronger cockfighting laws.
In addition to her work in public relations, Jarl has a background in broadcast journalism, previously working for two local television stations in Texas. Jarl was born and raised in Houston, Texas, and received her bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Texas at Austin. She currently lives in Austin, Texas, with her spirited Jack Russell terrier, Bella.
ABOUT GENE BAUR Gene Baur has been hailed as “the conscience of the food movement” by Time magazine. Since the mid-1980s, he has traveled extensively, campaigning to raise awareness about the abuses of industrialized factory farming and our system of cheap food production.
A pioneer in the field of undercover investigations, Gene has visited hundreds of farms, stockyards, and slaughterhouses, documenting the deplorable conditions that exist. His pictures and videos exposing factory farming cruelties have aired nationally and internationally, educating millions about the plight of modern farm animals.
Gene has also testified in courts and before local, state, and federal legislative bodies, advocating for better conditions for farm animals. His most important achievements include winning the first-ever cruelty conviction at a U.S. stockyard and introducing the first U.S. laws to prohibit cruel farming confinement methods in Florida, Arizona, and California. His efforts have been covered by top news organizations, including The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, and The Wall Street Journal. In 2008, Gene’s book, Farm Sanctuary: Changing Hearts and Minds About Animals and Food, became a national bestseller. As a guest on The Martha Stewart Show’s first-ever “vegan show,” he inspired viewers to eat in alignment with their values of compassion. Gene began his activist career selling veggie hotdogs out of a VW van at Grateful Dead concerts to fund farm animal rescues. Today, he serves as president of Farm Sanctuary, the nation’s leading farm animal protection organization, with shelters in New York and California.
Gene holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from California State University, Northridge, and a master’s degree in agricultural economics from Cornell University.
Pilots N Paws. Doesn't that just have an awesome ring to it?
It gets even better. Pilots N Paws is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that connects volunteer pilots with shelter animals needing transport to forever homes across the country. While Pilots N Paws doesn't organize or arrange these transports, it does provide a common forum online for those involved to schedule and arrange flights, overnight foster care or shelter, and other related activites. The organization is officially based in Landrum, South Carolina, but has volunteers nationwide.
ABOUT KATHLEEN QUINN Kathleen Quinn is executive director for Pilots N Paws. She has been volunteering with the organization since its launch in February 2008. In her new staff role, she will design, develop and implement strategic plans to grow Pilots N Paws, which includes a focus on fundraising and social media.
A 2008 graduate of Miami University, Kathleen earned degrees in business, entrepreneurship, and American studies. She graduated from Georgetown University with a master's degree in journalism. While in D.C., Kathleen also served as a congressional intern.
As a child, Kathleen had aspirations of one day becoming a veterinarian. "Although we lived in the suburbs, growing up, our house resembled a mini petting zoo. Amongst the critters were gerbils, dogs, a cat, box turtles, a salamander, a hermit crab, even chicks we hatched from an incubator. Across the street from was the Metropark animal nature center, so I was always rescuing wounded wildlife and takem them across the street to be rehabilitated."
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