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Karen Thompson reads her children's nonfiction book Three Feral Kittens. This book is written for children in 2nd through 4th grade, and illustrated with photographs. Educational materials are included. Three Feral Kittens is available through Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle formats.
Karen Thompson, the author of Three Feral Kittens, talks about feral cats, socialization, taming feral kittens, and the writing process. Call in and ask questions during her show to participate in the online book launch party! Go to her website for more educational tie-ins to this book and topic.
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In this episode of the Doom and Bloom(tm) Survival Medicine Hour, Joe Alton, M.D. and Amy Alton, A.R.N.P., aka Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy discuss a new mosquito-borne virus in humans, another new virus that’s killing millions of piglets, tetanus, medicinal uses of peppermint, and how to evaluate the human tongue….
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Barbara Wratten is the Feral Cat Coordinator at Animal Welfare League of Fredderick County in Maryland. She also cares for a feral cat colony and has 3 indoor rescued cats. Her passion is to teach others about ferals and how they can assist them. Feral cats are our community cats.
Tonight's guest is Jo Anne Normile, author of the critically acclaimed book, Saving Baby, which is featured in the Feb. 2015 Reader's Digest.
Jo Anne owned a promising granddaughter of the great Secretariat, but she turned her back on racing when she learned how brutally the horses are treated, their lives more often than not ending in slaughter. She went on to found CANTER, the most successful Thoroughbred rescue in the country, saving more than 4,000 horses during her tenure as executive director. And she now serves as president of Saving Baby Equine Charity, which saves all horse breeds from the brink, including wild mustangs and burros.
Jo Anne’s dedication to horses includes research on equine self-mutilation syndrome and compulsive behavior in formerly feral horses, which resulted in her co-authoring studies that appeared in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Journal of Applied Research in Veterinary Medicine. She was also cited for her contributions to a research paper published in Food and Chemical Toxicology about the public health risk of selling horsemeat laced with phenylbutazone, or “bute,” routinely given to Thoroughbred race horses.
Jo Anne has been written up in every publication from The New York Times to Horse Illustrated and has appeared on CNN Headline News and numerous other television programs. She joins us tonight to tell about her odyssey from racing enthusiast to horse rescuer.
The first 3 callers during the 2nd half hour will get a FREE copy of Saving Baby!
BLOCK THE BOAT TAMPA has been organizing and led successful direct actions in the past several weeks. Tonight we will join them to talk about why they are doing these types of actions, about the successes of BLOCK THE BOAT organizations in Oakland and other locations, the BDS Movement, a bit about the history of this part of the Middle East, the current situation in Palestine and Israel and why these types of direct actions are so effective.
The next BLOCK THE BOAT TAMPA direct action will be at the Port of Tampa on October 11th, 2014. To see more information about the event and how you can join them, CLICK HERE!
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Join as we talk to Christi Metropole, Executive Director of the Stray Cat Alliance of Los Angeles who is doing great work in the LA area saving kitties and caring for feral cats. Also joining us is Shauna and her cat Mr. Puss, and Patricia Sullivan of the Museum of Maritime Pets. Just added: Pamela Merritt will discuss how your cat communicates with you and cat emotions.
You may call in to speak to any of our guests to make this a purfect show! This show os all about the kitty!
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Venus the cat is one of the most unique looking cats you will ever see with a face that is perfectly divided between being all black and all orange and with two different colored eyes.. Even the nose is bi-color right down the middle! You will have a chance to speak to the pround cat Mom on todays show.
Having multiple cats presents challenges in cat behavior, health and care. Marilyn Krieger, Certified Cat Behavior Consultant, and cat writer Deb Barnes will discuss these challenges and how to tackle them to ensure all your cats are happy and healthy.
Also joining us is Elizabeth Holtz from Alley Cat Allies to talk about National Feral Cat Day
Selling in a Skirt with Judy Hoberman with her guest Diane Tegarden & Dr. Minette Riordan:
Dr. Minette Riordan is an award-winning entrepreneur, author and coach with over 15 years experience in the fields of media, marketing and sales. She earned her doctorate from Stanford University in 1995 and quickly discovered that she loved being an entrepreneur. Minette spent 12 years in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area where she successfully build a multi-media publishing company. She credits her success to learning how to connect with others through networking, referrals, strategic partnerships and an attitude of service to others first. Minette’s secret to sales success is not about winning a numbers game, but playing the people game: cultivating an attitude of curiosity and openness that will quickly help you attract clients and fans. In 2012, Minette sold her business and relocated to Santa Barbara with her husband and two teens. Her passion is helping entrepreneurs design profitable businesses that create freedom, flexibility and financial independence.
Diane Tegarden, a freelance writer living in Pasadena, with my husband and three cats. I've been a print journalist since 1992, writing on a wide range of subjects including; renewable energy, environmental concerns, holistic health, women’s issues, and Native Spirituality. My work has been found in: The Pasadena Star News, Security Sales Magazine, The Pasadena Weekly, The Solar Flare, The Feral Forest, Earth Luvyrs Calendar, The Daily Sundial, the West Coast Well Being, Associated Content and Health Breakthroughs
Volunteers operate this nonprofit organization focusing on issues related to feral cats.
Their mission is to improve the lives of homeless and feral cats and eliminate their breeding in the San Antonio area through Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR). These volunteers educate the public about the plight of stray and feral cats and the need to spay/neuter pets. They support feral cat caretakers and gain recognition of the beneficial role they perform.
Changing lives of Women by giving them the necessary tools to become what they want in life.
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Biography Nicola J McDonagh
Nicola J McDonagh was born in Liverpool and is a creative writing tutor and photographer. She lives in a 17Century timber framed cottage with her husband and six rescue/feral cats, and loves to grow, cook and eat her own vegetables and fruit.
Nicola trained as a photojournalist and gained an Honours Degree in Drama and English Literature, and a Diploma in Creative Writing. She used to be an actor and scriptwriter, but gave all that up when she moved to Suffolk UK and fell in love with the acres of farmland that surround her home. She spends many hours sitting in the Summerhouse watching nature frolic in her garden.
Author Website: http://www.nicolamcdonagh.com/