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Is your cat indoors at all times? Do you let him outside supervised? Do you have an outdoor cat enclosure? Does your cat go outdoors freely? In this broadcast of Ask The Cat Doctor Talk Radio, we are joined by Darlene Arden to discuss indoor vs. outdoor cats: the risks of the outdoors, the benefits of staying inside, and how to keep your indoor cat happy!
Darlene Arden, an award-winning writer, lecturer, and author is internationally recognized. A Certified Animal Behavior Consultant specializing in dogs and cats, Darlene writes and lectures about behavior, wellness, pet training and writing. Darlene has written hundreds of articles and columns for all of the major dog and cat publications, as well as newspapers and general interest publications. She also writes a blog, PerPETuallySpeaking, available at www.perpetuallyspeaking.blogspot.com
We also take your questions, whether on this topic or any other topic, since no question is too big or too small! Cat talk radio with feline veterinarian Dr. Shelby Neely is the place to learn everything you could ever want to know about cats. Join us every Sunday and Wednesday and call or write in with your own personal cat questions at http://www.askthecatdoctor.com/cat-talk.html . For more on these and other cat health and news topics, visit Dr. Neely's website at www.askthecatdoctor.com, which was chosen as the Best Cat Health Website in 2012.
It's that time of year--Summer. And along with that, comes hot temperatures, (and in some areas stifling humidity). In these remaining scorching months of summer, it's important to make sure your pet is cool and comfortable. Heat stroke is not just a condition that can befall humans; animals are also at risk--especially outdoor pets. Indoor pets can also be affected if they are left in a hot vehicle or by simply being in an indoor environment that is not properly cooled. In this episode of The Missy Show, find out tips to protect your pet from suffering a heat stroke. Join us Saturday, August 1st at 5pm Central.
Linda is a performer, composer, and former adjunct music instructor at Kenyon College and Ohio Wesleyan University. Her playing experience includes jazz, blues, rock, and classical music genres. She leads a B3 jazz organ quartet, is a member of eSkip, (an original eclectic rock group) and plays drums for the popular local hard rock band, Uncle Fester.
She is involved with Tony Monaco’s “Mother Hen” organization to provide educational instructional materials for Hammond B3 players and other keyboardists and is a Hammond organ artist endorsee. She holds a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Performance from Capital University and a Master of Arts in Percussion Pedagogy from The Ohio State University. Linda’s LDB3 and Friends 2006 Chicken Coup Records release ”Blue Bop” has received very favorable local and national reviews and also charted for 6 weeks on jazzweek.com in the summer of 2006. Linda’s second release on Chicken Coup Records, “For Hep Cats” was released nationally on January 8, 2008 and also charted on the jazzweek.com Top 100. Linda studied with Hank Marr and lists influences from Jimmy Smith and Jimmy McGriff to Keith Emerson and Jon Lord.
Welcome to the WVEB presentation of Black By Color Only, a division of Truthsharks Radio. I am your host and friend, DJ Southeast Vince, comin' at ya' all the way from a place called Durham, NC. On this show, I will tackle the isues that affect today's black race such as politics, economics, morals, principles, and whatever. If you have a question or comment, feel free to call in and state your case, just be sure to season your comments well with respect. So come listen to a man who is black, Christian, and conservative.
It turns out the lion is "King of the Beasts" in more ways than one, as this week a beloved, deceased, fluffy-headed big kitty has grabbed the media headlines more than any other story, even those that were way more important. I will discuss this on the next broadcast.
In this weeks show we are examing how to make your senior cat comfortable and have the best quality life possible. Our guests include Tina Modugno who is caring for two senior cats, cat behaviorist Marilyn Krieger, and Dr Ruth MacPete. Cats do not often show flagrant signs of pain or illness but there are signs you can look for. Some diseases and other health problems develop in cats at a late age and you should be prepared to know how to deal with them. Like humans, it is just part of aging. Appetite, diet, physical activity and brain function all change, and we want out kitties to be able to enjoy life and be a part of our lives for as long as possible,
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Ann talks to two parents raising money to build an indoor hockey rink on the East End of Long Island & to Mark McEnroe about the Johnny Mac Tennis Project.
Human beings are notorious for quickly destroying wildlife for the simple reason being that these creatures are either difficult to cohabitate with or are just a nuisance. It is unfortunate that people are so disconnected with nature and do not see how each creature plays an important role that impacts other creatures (human beings included) “Leading scientists working around the globe are learning that these much feared predators may in fact hold a key to life itself. It is the presence or absence of top predators that affects the health of the entire ecosystem.”Lords of Nature The Lords of Nature: Life in a Land of Great Predators, is a captivating documentary which tells the story of a science now discovering top carnivores as revitalizing forces of nature, and of a society now learning tolerance for beasts they once banished. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Karen Anspacher-Meyer, Executive Director, Green Fire Productions and Craig Miller, Southwest Representative Defenders of Wildlife. We will also discuss the issues with efforts to minimize the protection offered to these species under The Endangered Species Act. Are you an avid gardener or are just learning about gardening? Do you like FREE stuff? Tune in to The Organic View Radio Show, Monday through Friday @6pm Eastern and by sending us your feedback, you could win one of our monthly prizes!
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Troy Tulowitzki, LaTroy Hawkins and David Price are now Blue Jays. Miguel Castro, Daniel Norris, Jeff Hoffman, Jairo Labourt and Matt Boyd are now elsewhere. What was the reaction in the Blue Jays' minor league system to the landscape-shaking deals? Which prospects now step to the forefront? Join the voices of the Jays' MiLB affiliates to discuss the latest insights and outcomes -- a stirring comeback for Buffalo, a four-game winning streak for New Hampshire, a pair of rallies that ended in walk-off defeats for Lansing, the start to the second half for Vancouver, and the latest fun in the Appalachian League for Bluefield. Time to ring in August on #AroundtheNest!
Jamal Murray eased some angst over the past few days. The Kentucky Wildcats back court looks even stronger. Mark Stoops, Vince Marrow and the rest of the UK Football staff are off and running with some big time 2017 commits. Kendra Harrison has put Kentucky Track & Field on the map in a big way.
Tom Brady is the buzz word in the NFL as are the New England Patriots and Roger Goodell. Jen Welter isn't chopped liver though.
Cooperstown welcomed some more legends.
Emory Hunt, former Louisiana Lafayette running back joins us to preview the season opener between ULL and UK.
Our thoughts are with you TB! Call us at (845)277-9373 or tweet us @CatsTalkWed!
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin is Jennifer MaGee, executive director of Heartland Therapeutic Riding. Heartland Therapeutic Riding provides equine-assisted therapy through the movement of and human interaction with the horse. Founded in 1977 and lead by a volunteer board of directors, Heartland Therapeutic Riding is Kansas City’s first therapeutic riding program designed to assist individuals with physical or cognitive disabilities, such as cerebral palsy, spinal bifida, autism, development delay, Down Syndrome, emotional disorder sight and hearing impairments and neuromuscular and orthopedic challenges.
And you’ll meet Delena Stout the owner of Brookside Barkery & Bath. Over the course of a decade, the Kansas City-based dog bath and all-natural pet food store has expanded to multiple locations with thousands of customers. The mission at the Barkery is “Better Health through Better Nutrition” and their goals are to provide the most up-to-date holistic health information to their patrons
To learn more about the host visit her online at http://www.drmichellerobin.com/
"Ralph PoynterWhat's Happening" episode for Tuesday, July 28, 2015. Phone (347)857.3293 to participate in live broadcasts. You are free to also listen by phone as well as by Internet. Shows are archived for future listening, so please share the link.
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ANATOMY OF OPPRESSION –PART IV
We supposedly have the inalienable right of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, but Black and Brown people live now and have always lived under and around arbitrary authority that is white authority. Control of education is an integral part of democratic organization - a very natural and obvious structure. Community control of police is against the organization of government control from the top down.
Jim Crow is not dead but alive and well and growing by the minute. The question for our next broadcast is...Do we have the emotional capacity to deal with this reality?
This week we will revisit the COMMUNITY CONTROL struggle for education and the NYC 20 billion dollar school budget as it relates to the reality of our struggle against oppression for freedom and liberation.
“CATS DON’T EDUCATE MICE; THEY EAT THEM.” - Ralph Poynter
A youth on Twitter sent this tweet: "#If I die in police custody. Tell my family I loved them. But don't listen to their calls for peace. BURN THIS *** DOWN TO THE GROUND!"
About the book:
If you’ve ever wondered what your animal was trying to tell you with a bark, meow, or tweet, this is the book for you. Animal communicator Tim Link’s approach respects the personality and feelings of animals, and his simple, accessible methods can facilitate the understanding and communication that all animal lovers crave.
About the author:
Tim Link is the host of the nationally syndicated radio show Animal Writes and a regular contributing writer for Victoria Stilwell’s Positively pet expert blog and Dogster and Catster magazines. He lives with his wife and their many pets outside Atlanta, Georgia.