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The St. Tammany Humane Society is helping to lay the foundation for a no kill St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana.
The St. Tammany Humane Society has been serving St. Tammany parish as the only non-profit, non-governmental animal sheltering and welfare organization for more than 55 years. Our doors opened to the community’s neglected, abandoned and abused pets in 1953 by Holly Frederick Reynolds in memory of her cocker spaniel, Yankee Doodle Dandy, because she truly wanted to make a difference in the lives of these orphaned companions. Today, the mission is the same, but we have several new programs and services in place to do just this-to give these animals a new leash on life; we just need the support of our community to continue the mission and realize our vision.
UNLEASHED! 2014 is Saturday, September 27th from 7pm-11pm at the Vintage Court in Covington, Louisiana. Unleashed is a Gala & Silent Auction Fundraiser to benefit the St Tammany Humane Society and our mission to Save the Lives of ALL adoptable animals in our community!
Mission: To save the life of every adoptable animal in our community through education, adoption and spay/neuter programs.
Vision: To lay the foundation for a no-kill nation.
Sissy Ellison will be talking tonight with one of her favorite people. Sandy with the Tunica Humane Society will share about her calling to lost, abandoned, and hurting animals. With strong spiritual gifts of empathy, healing, and mercy Sandy works to make these animals adoptable so that they can join a new family. Join Sissy for this wonderful discussion and call in to share your thoughts and experiences.
Sissy Ellison is a talented songwriter and musician. She writes original music and is currently working on a daily prayer devotional. Connect with Sissy on Facebook.
This show is sponsored by LIfe Quest Christian Radio and The Wood's End series by, Alexandra Clair. Wood's End and the Year Between the Wood on Amazon and also at the Booksellers in Laurelwood Shopping Center, Memphis.
Ms. Mindy Patterson with The Calvary Group will begin Monday's show with a quick overview of the animal rights movement -- being a bi-partisan wake up call for Americans.
Then we will merge into other topics relating to what is going on today via The Humane Society of the U.S. and their implementation of laws at the local, state, and federal levels.
November 17, our guest is Sharon Harmon, Executive Director of the Oregon Humane Society, founded in 1868. OHS is the only organization in Oregon with police powers for the investigation of cruelty cases. Sharon will discuss the many programs it offers the community, their committment to 100% adoption, and their cruelty investigations.
I while back I had an interview with Lisa Starr the Public Relations Manger for the Humane Society here in Austin. It was an insightful information as I discovered all of the resources they offer so that people are able to succesfully keep their pets.
I hope you listen to what she had to say!
On this broadcast with Annette and Edward Shanahan they will have a guest from the South Suburban Humane Society as they will be hosting a street fair themed fundraiser and adoption event at Bourbon Street in Marionette Park, IL on April 6 from 2-7. Edward Shanahan will be doing readings and introduce at this event his 'Spiritual Birth Aura Graphic. Also during the broadcast Annette will discuss 'Spring' and the beliefs tied to it. Plus some more thoughts by Edward and Annette. Join them! You can find the Facebook Page for Edward Shanahan here.
Kathi Schlintz and Donna Shawver with PAL Humane Society will be on the line discussing the programs available in their area.
In partnership with Sister Pauline Quinn, PAL Humane Society has begun two "Prison"
programs in the High Desert. The first at the High Desert Juvenile Detention Center, the
second at the Federal Correctional Institution both located in Victorville.
Both of these programs are "Pilot" programs for these institutions, they will bring Animal
Assisted Therapy and Education to the Minors and Inmates.
Can we treat Eachother decently when we Can't even treat Animals fairly? Tonight we're taking a look at how we treat animals and eachother. I think there's Alot of work to be Done on Both fronts! What do you all think, call me up and treat me with your opinion at 323-443-7201
We’ve got a great lineup of guests this morning. First up, we’ll be chatting with Aimee Gilbreath from FoundAnimals.ORG about some phenomenal projects her organization is working on to help lost animals get reunited with their families and to find homes for pets that need families. They've had some great successes and anyone who loves animals will be interested in hearing all about this. You might remember that Aimee was set to be on our show a couple weeks ago, but had some last minute scheduling problems. We’re super happy she can make it today. Then after our halftime break, Zahra Nealy from the Pasadena Humane Society has some terrific news about fun animal events that her organization has planned.
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Jill Fritz from the Humane Society helps answer Tony’s question as to why the GOP are fascinated with wolves and what they want to make sure they remain prey.
Ryan Fishman, attorney, activist, advocate and teller of truth is back with his take on the news of the day.
State Representative Fred Durhal, III with his plan to keep Detroit clan and safe – one sign at a time!
Attorney and show regular Mark Brewer has a new angle on Right to Work, and this is one conversation you must hear.
Award winning Journalist Chad Selweski has a complete menu of issues that include a GOP Budget and what many are seeing as an alternative to it.
Tom Watkins, businessman, former State Superintendent of the Michigan Board of Education and successful mentor leads a discussion on our children and how close we are to losing a generation to lost opportunity.
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