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With special guests Venita and Dawn from Helping Persian Cats rescue group.
Helping Persian Cats rescues Persians, Himalayans, Exotic Shorthairs, Scottish Folds, British Shorthairs and other cats, and places them in responsible and loving homes with people who care. They are one of my favorite rescue organizations in Los Angeles. Tune in! It's going to be a purrfect show! www.helpingpersians.com
For years, the battle for top breed has gone on and on for Siamese cats and Persian cats, alternating back and forth. In this broadcast of Ask The Cat Doctor Talk Radio, we discuss more about these breeds and why people love them as we are joined by guests with strong opinions about which cat should be top cat!
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.
Lance – Well I guess all of the Jazzy 5 was in the there with me. Master Dee was younger and Master Bee was one of the older ones that was down with the Jazzy 5. I went to Stevenson High School and Tony Tone of the Cold Crush was in there with me. I didn’t know him then, but I seen him a lot because he was running with Break Out and Baron (djs for Funky Four Plus 1). In fact, they used to play in 131 (school yard) back then
Lance – Well back then there was no name, “hip hop,” or culture back then. Cats were doing their own individual thing back then and jamming in the park. But when you give the title, “Father of Hip Hop,” you give it to Herc.
But a lot of cats were playing funk music and R&B music. But I think when it came to the dj mixing records together, and the emcee, and the break dancers mixed in, that is what brought on the name hip hop… the culture.
But back then we didn’t say “Let’s go to a hip hop party!” That name didn’t even exist
Lance – I would say the Ecstasy Garage. My cousin Cool Clyde got in first with these two djs named Cisco and Buck-O. This was like from the summer into the fall of 1980 when I got up in there.
Today our guest is none other than Victoria Williams and her Theropy Cat Tennessee!
the five points she will cover are: Her beginning and her service, her Military family/history, her struggles as an unwed mother, why all this ties into her determination to get these books into the hands of each child in Snowball Express and how volunteering has turned her focus on life around and how it lifts her spirits and enables her to rise above those who are bullies and naysayers.
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Halloween season is the perfect time to bring up the topic of animals who are often misunderstood and mistakenly associated with the supernatural (such as bats, rats, cats and snakes). Why do these animals have spooky reputations? How did their associate with the supernatural originate? October is also a time when it's common to see television shows focusing on the topic of cryptid creatures. These are animal-like creatures that have yet, to be proven to exist, but have been reportedly seen by many. Is there a Bigfoot? What about El Chupacabra or The Jersey Devil? Whether you believe in such things or not, you do have to admit they make for a fun Halloween discussion. So make sure you're not home alone as you tune in to this episode of The Missy Show. It's sure to be frightfully fun! Join hosts J and D, Saturday, October 18th at 5pm Central.
We're tackling the much under-talked about design dilemma: How do you design for litter boxes and diaper pails?
So we're asking the question: When it comes to litter boxes and diaper pails, where do you put the poop without compromising design?
HGTV designer Genevieve Gorder is sharing her perspective on the unglamorous quandary. Genevieve designs for her new series Genevieve’s Renovation. You can also catch her on Dear Genevieve, HGTV Star, A Hero’s Welcome Home, and hosting HGTV’s White House Christmas Specials. Off air, Genevieve designs for a diverse group of clients and companies ranging from her collection at Capel Rugs, ships with Royal Caribbean, hotels, restaurants, private clients, and her new lifestyle web series A Well Designed Life on ulive.com.
Married designers and founders of AphroChic, Jeanine Hays & Bryan Mason, are experts at design that embraces culture and the unique admixture of the traditional and the contemporary that helps to define us all. Jeanine and Bryan have been featured on Good Morning America, and in The New York Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Washington Post, Elle Decor, EBONY and more.
Dinah Wulf is the creator of DIYInspired.com, mom to a 3-year-old daughter, and loves to repurpose and decorate. She's contributed to magazines, named one of Mashable’s Moms Full of Inspiring Advice, and partnered with some fabulous brands including Jo-Ann Fabric and Crafts, Home Depot and 3M DIY. She's also a part of Martha’s Circle, a network of DIY blogs chosen by Martha Stewart’s Editors.
Divide + Conquer. It's been around since...forever. From Julius Ceasar to Emperor Steven the First. With one common goal. To seize and maintain power. There is no denying the success of this tactic when one looks at history. But it always ultimately fails. Harper has used it as a weapon since Day One of the Corporate Pacification Committee (CPC). It is time for Canadians to see it for what it is and say enough.
Kevin Bourassa (@KevinBourassa) became an international advocate on behalf of equal marriage for same-sex couples when his January 14, 2001 marriage to Joe Varnell captured world headlines. After an initial career as a broadcaster and music journalist, Kevin's spent the bulk of his career working in information technology beginning in the 1980's and in banking during the 1990s. He was Director of Process Management for a bank when he was invited, with Mr. Varnell, to be a test case for a court challenge against the prohibition of marriage for same-sex couples. Things changed overnight.
Kevin travelled with Joe to speak to audiences in Canada, the US, and Europe, advocating marriage equality. He has delivered lectures at numerous universities and law schools. In addition to speaking, Kevin became an active author, publishing in an assortment of commercial and adjudicated academic publications. In 2002 he coauthored, with Joe Varnell, the critically-acclaimed book, Just Married: Gay Marriage and the Expansion of Human Rights, published in Canada and the United States in English and worldwide in French translation. He is under contract, along with Joe, for a second book.
Kevin has been recognized, with Joe Varnell, for working on behalf of human rights. The couple were honoured as grand marshals for Pride parades in London, Halifax + Saint John. Now in retirement, Kevin enjoys married life with Joe and three cats.
The View Up Here is honoured to welcome Kevin to the show for his insight.
Tonight we couldn't help, but weigh in on the Bowe Bergdahl investigation. The initial investigation has concluded, but hasn't been released. Are we gonna find out the results, or do we already know? Lets get caught up on "The Fray," the cats and dogs show. We know stuff you don't know, we've got clearance.
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I'm so pleased to welcome animal-communicator and advocate, Allison Holloway, to this week's show. Allison has always had a close connection with animals, but it wasn’t until her beloved cat Emily suffered a chronic illness that she became interested in telepathic communication. She was introduced to the concept in the early 1990’s at a dog training conference in Chicago, and thus began her study and journey towards a language we share with all species. Allison has been a dog trainer for over 20 years, and served as an executive director for six years at a rural Ohio humane society. She teaches obedience, agility, and has a passion for training deaf and blind dogs. She lives on a farm in central Ohio with many dogs, cats, horses, chickens, parrots, and one very mean goat.
We look forward to having you joining us for an interesting and inspiring hour.