Saturday, June 4, 2011

"504Paws" at Mimi's Sunday afternoon

From Gambit

June is officially Adopt a Shelter Cat month, but giving shelter animals a new home is a great thing to do all year. Tomorrow Mimi's in the Marigny will be hosting a benefit for the Louisiana SPCA and the St. Bernard Parish Animal Shelter — and you can meet the pets or just help out a bit.

Food will be provided by chef Heathcliff Hailey, there will be door prizes and a live art auction by local artist Dan Tague and DJ Andy Average of the Junkyard Radio Show will be spinning. Adoptable animals will be on hand, of course, and there will be a cash bar. A $10 donation at the door gets you in.

Mimi's in the Marigny
2601 Royal St.
Sun., June 5
3 p.m.-7 p.m.

Keeping a watchful eye...


Margaret Orr

Grand Opening Today - No Fleas Market

NO Fleas Market


All items for sale at the NO Fleas Market has been donated. When people donate items, they choose an animal rescue group or shelter that they want the profits to go to when the items sell!

Great items for sale for an amazing cause!

Stop by and check it out!

Today ~ 25% off store wide, refreshments, pizza; RESCUED ANIMALS FOR ADOPTION 11-2


7611 Maple Street Suite 102 - New Orleans, LA 70118
Voice: (504) 324-4727 | Fax: (504) 373-5139
nofleasmarket@cox.net

Our little house guests

After playing with Sexy Max, Isabelle and Henri

After a quick nap... ready to play again!

Been on the lam...

Mom and Daddy left and left me outside and I have been on the lam for DAYS! I made everyone crazy with worry but I had a really good time. Love you Mom, Dad and Sawyer... I am not sorry.

Friday, June 3, 2011

Yet another Pig Ear Recall this time...




Bravo! Issues Nationwide Recall of Bravo! Pig Ears Dog Chews. Because of Possible Salmonella Health Risk. Details

ALL ADOPTED!

http://neworleanspetcarelaginappe.blogspot.com/2011/05/catahoula-pups-received-this-email.html

Heat Can Take Toll On Pets, Too - New Orleans News Story - WDSU New Orleans

Great reminder... Watch the babies very carefully!

Heat Can Take Toll On Pets, Too - New Orleans News Story - WDSU New Orleans

Heads up Garden District Clients!

Dear GDSD Residents:
On Monday, May 29th around 8p.m. , a female victim was walking home when an unknown b/m walked up, showed a gun and demanded her purse. Subject took purse containing misc. items and a cell phone. The victim then walked home and called NOPD. The GDSD patrol was not notified.

In this time of heightened crime in the uptown area, we remind you that at least 3 officers are on patrol in the neighborhood at all times. We urge you to take precautionary measures and encourage your family and neighbors to do the same. Please use the patrol for escorts whenever you can, call the patrol to report any suspicious activity, lock your windows and doors and do not leave anything in your vehicle.

GDSD Patrol: 899-4373

Coyotes Snatching Pets In Plaquemines Parish

This is freaking me out!

http://www.wdsu.com/news/28124370/detail.html

Ah...love that rump scratching!

We have a new friend who LOVES us! Take more trips soon, ok?


I'm not sad like I look. I just do this to get an extra cookie outta Barb!

Mornin' Everybody!


Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Give me the cookie! Give it... give it!

Cooler in here!

Heads up y'all!

HEADS UP:

There were two Sexual Assaults on early Sunday morning May 29th. The first one happened in the 1700 block of Jefferson Ave. At about 4:00 a.m. a white female was walking and was approached by an unknown subject and she was sexually assaulted. No additional information about this incident is being released at this time by the police department because of the sensitive nature of this incident.

About two hours later a second incident occurred in the area of Broadway and Freret St. This incident involved a white female student from Tulane. This incident occurred in her residence. It is unclear if she was followed home or if the wanted subject may have been allowed in.

The only description at this time is from the second incident. The suspect is described as a W/M 20-30 years of age, Tall and Thin. He was wearing a hooded type of dark color sweat shirt.

The New Orleans Police Department is not releasing any additional details about these incidents at this time. They are not saying if these two incidents are related. Both of these incidents are open Criminal Investigations.

Please use the patrol as often as you can and report suspicious activity to the NOPD 911 and to the GDSD patrol 899-4373.

Mother Nature giving us a early reminder...

Here we go kids!

Black Lab needs a home... Owner died

I received this email and started to cry... Please help find this sweet baby find a home!




Dear Diane,

I need your help. Last night my father saw police lights a couple of blocks away and went to check it out. It was on one of his dog-walking routes. It turns out that a neighbour, a man in his thirties, Lester, was found dead in his bottom apartment. He had been dead for several days. Unfortunately, Lester's dog RT (pronounced Artie) was with him for those days. Thank God the upstairs neighbours decided to call someone to check out the oddity of him being missing and the new smell. The girl who lives upstairs agreed to keep the dog for a day or two while we tried to get RT into some safe place until everything settles and then if needed adopted. Neither of us can take him on at this point. I am going out of town soon and this situation will not keep. I hope you can put his info out and see if some good Samaritan on your list has room in their heart for this sad creature. He cried last night. I could hear him clear from 2 blocks away. My father's never heard him cry before.

RT's description - he is a black lab x -- My father's says he is very gentle and submissive.

Email: sargazo@bellsouth.net

Anyone interested: Lynda @ 866-5780.


Hurricane Season - 2011

It is that time again y'all! I just finished the final touches on our 2011 Hurricane Plan...

I always reserve personal comment on the writer… however; the quote is one that I find myself using this time of the year. “Hope is not a plan. Don’t hope for something. Plan for it. ”-Anderson Cooper (When talking about respective response of government(s) support, or lack thereof, regarding Katrina)

My business is taking care of your family and I take that very seriously. We do not haphazardly enforce our PLAN. It may be a bit more than you want to think about but this is not our first hurricane season. If you choose another pet care company or decide upon a boarding facility, I would suggest that you are sure they have a written plan that leaves no room for ambiguity.

If you would like a copy of our Disaster Preparedness Guide For Pet Owners, please send us an email and we will be happy to send that to you. Our email address is NOLAPetCare@aol.com

This blog turns into an emergency page (it has always been on the site, just not visible).

We HOPE to never have to execute the PLAN again... but we are prepared to do so. HOPE IS NOT A PLAN.

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Barking for dinner!

Catahoula Pups - Received this email today...


Hi Nicole, I have some more pups that need a good home.  My sister that lives in the country had found some puppies that were abandon on  the gravel road. She has posted signs up to see if anyone had lost them and was hoping someone  will claim them. No one has claimed them as of yet...... My sister cannot afford to keep them and   is looking for someone to adopt these sweet pups.  If you know anyone that may  be interested in adopting them, please let me know.  Can you please post the  attached information on your web sites.  Thank you so much, Brenda 
brenda.picou-rody.ctr@navy.mil,

Click To Help A Vet Get A Service K9

Click To Help A Vet Get A Service K9

Dog Bless USA

If you have some time... explore is a multimedia organization that documents leaders around the world who have devoted their lives to extraordinary causes. Both educational and inspirational, explore creates a portal into the soul of humanity by championing the selfless acts of others.

I really enjoyed visiting the site and learned so much about this great organization. You can follow them on Facebook to keep up to date with the latest information!

My babies could do this all day...

video

Being patient...

Urlaub?! Wer braucht Urlaub!


This kid cracks me up!

Blogger in back up!

Monday, May 30, 2011

Memorial Day ~ 2011

Enjoy your day y'all!


How important it is for us to recognize and celebrate our heroes and she-roes! ~Maya Angelou

Sunday, May 29, 2011

It was so cute and the wedding was beautiful!

Waiting to go...

video
The babies and my finger. My bad!

It is wedding time!

The venue.

What a hot day! Beautiful - but hot!

Humane Society organizing pet food drive for flood victims

The Humane Society of Louisiana is organizing a pet food drive to aid victims of the recent flooding as the result of the opening of the Morganza Spillway.

Wedding!

AM clients ~ check!

Kitty cat clients ~ check!

Transport clients ~ check!

Overnight clients ~ check!

Wedding client? Yes - Wedding client... I love when we get to take babies to weddings! Can't wait to ~ check!!

Hi Mom & Dad

I gave in...

Good morning!


Don't worry... Pamela kissed us!

Bowie & Isabelle sitting in a tree...