Saturday, May 28, 2011

Kitty needs 12 step Program - STAT!



All this playing is making baby R sleepy!

Where are my treats lady?

Sexy Max - Having a moment in the hall!

Can you help save a duck? Need a casting net...

IN NEW ORLEANS/JEFFERSON PARISH AREA! Does anyone have a casting net and could lend a hand to a wonderful man who has been trying to catch an injured duck. His name is Alan Krane and his number is 504-338-5777. He will take care of the duck and transport to the vet where he will make a donation to save the duck. Mr. Krane is handicapped and has a big heart. He is always in involved in some rescue or another. The duck is located on W Metairie/David Dr. PLEASE HELP.

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Amelia & Buzi

Amelia got a visit from her Foster Sister today...
How sweet is that!?!

Need a good cry?

Watch/read this...

No worry.... It is my smile!

The Top 10 Most Dangerous Days for Pets

The Top 10 Most Dangerous Days for Pets...

Interesting stuff! article

One eats faster than the other!?1

Not that you can tell for her face but -

she loves her boyfriend... Bradley!

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Look what I did!

It was totally fun.

Heads up Neighbors: BE SAFE!

From Garden District Security

Heads up!

(source: Uptown Messenger)

The wave of muggings through Uptown New Orleans continued Wednesday evening when three more robberies were reported within an hour’s time, bringing the total number of holdups at gunpoint to more than a dozen in less than two weeks.

Just before 8 p.m., a woman walking on Prytania Street toward Napoleon was approached by a stranger with a dull-colored semi-automatic handgun who demanded her purse, then took it and left on foot down Marengo Street, said Lt. Mike Montalbano of the NOPD Second District investigative unit.

Less than half an hour later, a woman walking in the 1700 block of Napoleon passed a man who said, “Good evening,” then fell into step beside her, Montalbano said. The man then pressed a handgun to her face and demanded her bag, took it and left, police said.

About 15 minutes after that, a couple walking on Upperline reached the intersection with Danneel Street, where two men were waiting, Montalbano said. One of the men drew a gun from his waistband and demanded the couple’s belongings, grabbing the woman’s purse and tossing it into the street, where the second man went through it for the ATM card, Montalbano said.

Meanwhile, the gunman pushed the male victim into the bushes, and when the victim tried to rise, hit him in the face with the gun, Montalbano said.

The Prytania Street robbery was about six blocks from the Napoleon robbery, and the Upperline robbery another seven blocks after that. Based on the cases’ close proximity and the short time between them, NOPD Second District Commander Darryl Albert said they are most likely related.

“It’s going to be the same little crew,” Albert said.

In the first robbery, police got a detailed description of the suspect: a black man in his mid-to-late 20s, just over 6 feet tall and about 170 pounds, wearing all black clothing with a gold chain and a mustache. Albert said anyone in the Uptown area who might have seen him, or anyone who sees someone fitting his description, or anyone suspicious at all, should call 911 and inform police.

A total of 17 robberies have now been reported in Uptown New Orleans this month, including 13 at gunpoint in the last two weeks. Montalbano and Albert suggested Uptown residents find ways to avoid being alone outside after dark, such as letting someone at home know when you are driving up so they can make sure you get safely inside.

All the Uptown robberies reported so far in May (via NOPD).

Not sick Mommy!

Are you familiar with the Louisiana Search & Rescue Dog Team?

The Louisiana Search & Rescue Dog Team are working along side the Louisiana National Guard, National Park Service employees and Jefferson parish Sheriff's deputies in the search for Dr. Francisco Piedrahita in the Barataria Preserve of Jean Lafitte National Park since Saturday.

The members of the volunteer Louisiana Search and Rescue Dog Team, LaSAR, have made a commitment to assist the community by training dogs and their handlers to excel in the rescue or recovery of lost children, hunters, drowning victims and others. It is this commitment to the community, which remains the guiding force behind LaSAR.

They are a great organization and we are really blessed to have such dedicated volunteers and handlers! (Wink, Wink! - we know who does the hard part!)

Daily baby photograph...

Tink is already sad about her new toy leaving today!

Barb does not let us eat the ducks...

but we still try!

Bird hunting...

All she wants is 1!

Send good vibes this way...

I know this photo is small... please keep darling baby Gus in your thoughts. He needs all of the good vibes we can muster.

Stay strong Gus... you are loved.

Pet Talk: Fat cats indeed are developing diabetes -

LASPCA Fat Cats featured in USA Today!

Pet Talk: Fat cats indeed are developing diabetes -

Animal Rescue of New Orleans Benefit Pawty - Sunday!

You have Monday off?! Go drinkin' to help support

Sunday, 5.29.11

The Mill

5808 River Oaks Drive




Why Monetize?

Did you notice the advertising post to the left? Our site gets lots of visits per day and I started to wonder if monetizing would be a way to help raise some more money to support some rescue efforts both locally and elsewhere... All of these natural disasters are getting expensive!

Please let me know if the advertising is not loading correctly or slowing down your visit and I take a look at and rethink this opportunity.

Thanks y'all!

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Search Dog Foundation

These great dogs are helping with the rescue effort in Joplin and it sounds like they are sending a team now to Oklahoma.

My favorite tweet today!

In my opinion, it holds true for whom you hire as well...


Walkin' Bradley is hard...

Side note - someone needs panties!

Watching Pamela...

And she is watchin' us because one of us likes to go outside to play!

Toto Tornado Dog Rescued From Joplin House (HOW TO HELP)

This video just breaks my heart...

Look who is back!

Tink's toy. He is GROWING!

Heads up City Park walkers...

I understand that the alligators are out of hibernation in the lagoons! I read that someone has seen some 5'ers! Watch your babies... don't let them off leash or swim. That makes me nervous!

A blog reader asked for new baby photos - my pleasure!

In her 2nd year of life - she started burping like a man dog.
It is funny but disgusting!

Mike calls him "groceries"
He is the only dog that I have ever known that does not sit at a door to go outside...
He sits at the pantry door or the refrigerator door.

Monday, May 23, 2011

joplin humane society

"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." - Gandhi

The Joplin Humane Society survived but needs EVERYTHING! Consider donating...

"What? My Mommy is on her way?"

"but what about us - Pamela?"

Looks like Mother Nature is getting a jump start on Hurricane Season!

Hanging with the baby...

We had to make a quick airport run and we were playing in the front seat in the cell phone lot!

Darling baby...

Watchin' the world go by...

Just in time...

PetCo has a sale on travel items!

National Hurricane Preparedness Week - 2011

This is a fantastic reminder to get current copies of all of your Vet records for your babies.

Also, it is a great week to get your supplies... The Humane Society of America has some helpful information/reminders/checklist(s) and links to Pet Friendly hotels.

If you are an IPhone/IPhone user - I love these applications:

Pet Dossier - Fantastic digital organizer for all of your pets's essential information. The application is $1.99 and they give back 25% of that directly to the ASAPCA.

Off Leash - Is a free application that is a dog park locator... Much needed in this household!
Lastly, we DO NOT make any exceptions to our Hurricane Policy and will gladly discuss it with you in detail at any time.

Happy Hurricane Preparedness Week!