Amazing Benefits to Your Health and Life from Owning a Dog

There have been many studies that have shown the benefits of owning an animal. It isn’t just about the companionship for those living alone; it also helps to raise the mood and improve your health. It is the reason that many hospitals and care homes, have animals come to seeing the people on regular occasions. If you have never had a pet before, it can be daunting to have the responsibility. However, owning a dog, for example, can bring far more to your life than you might … [Read more...]

NATIONAL BEST FRIENDS DAY, June 8

June 8 celebrates National Best Friends Day, a day to honor that one special person you call your “best friend”. It is a time to show them how much you appreciate them, how special and important they are to you and how you cherish their friendship. “Best friends share extremely strong interpersonal ties with each other.” (WEWednesdays!) Friendship Day was originally promoted by Joyce Hall, the founder of Hallmark cards in 1930, intended to be 2 August and a day when people … [Read more...]

Lorre White, E-commerce of China, 2.8 Trillion RMB by 2016

E-COMMERCE IN CHINA WORTH 2.8 TRILLION RMB BY 2016   240,000 RMB (US$40,000) – this is how much Chinese online shoppers spend online per second. And this astronomical figure is still growing. More than any other country in the world, China has 242 million online shoppers already, or approximately 43% of total Internet users. This online consumer population is twice as big as that of Japan, and 75 million more than that of the US. Web agency Go-Global forecasts this population of … [Read more...]

Pet Month celebrated until May 6!

From 1 April to 6 May 2013 it's National Pet Month, your chance to show the special creature in your life just how much you love them! The charity holds the event each year. The aim is to promote responsible pet ownership, make the public aware of the benefits of pets and the contribution they make to our society, as well as letting owners know about the pet services available to them. Each year a whole host of pet-tastic events are held, from dog shows to fairs and perfect pet … [Read more...]

Elsa, The Life Of Lila – Drama Queen Extraordinaire‏

My dog, Lila, has a dramatic Leo Moon. She's an eternal child with golden hair. She's best friends with the big, black, muscular, Boxer girl dog who lives next door. These dogs met as puppies, spying each other through the fence. Love at first sight! They repeatedly tore the fence down so they could play together. The parents on both sides of the fence finally gave up trying to repair it. We now have a "dog hole" in the fence so the girls can come and go. Lila is obsessed with her giant … [Read more...]

A New Message From VERONICA – Loss of Pets

     A New Message From VERONICA         Loss of Pets     "The physical environment offers an intense participation of energy not felt anywhere else. Often the lightness of one's spirit becomes entangled in all of the drama, making one feel burdened and isolated.   The representation of energy in physical form has great impact upon others whether it is arriving or leaving. The ones left behind, so to speak, feel the absence of energy and respond to it often … [Read more...]

IFAW – Linky’s happy new home‏

"Although I saw Linky's photos before adopting her, I still burst into tears when I saw her (in person) and how extremely skinny and neglected she was! It broke my heart! The IFAW team really does amazing work and they are the little guardian angels for the poor animals out there!" - Linky's New Mom, Elanza Here's Linky now! Dearest Women of A Celebration of Women, I wanted to update you on the condition of Linky, the wonderful pup I recently told you … [Read more...]

care2 – Animals Are Companions, Not Property‏

Hi, A Celebration of Women, There is a reason we call cats and dogs "companion" animals. They are our friends and family. They comfort us in tough times and help create happy memories. Canada's laws should reflect what animals really are: loved ones -- not property » Three years ago, Parliament passed a bill to increase penalties for animal abusers, but nothing has changed. That's because it's incredibly difficult to prosecute these criminals and prove that they've inflicted pain or done more … [Read more...]

Help Your Favorite Animal Shelter Win $15,000‏

Do you know an animal shelter that could use $15,000? America's Favorite Animal Shelter gives you an opportunity to make that happen. Vote for a shelter that you really care about. The shelter that gets the most votes by the end of the contest on July 10th will win $15,000! Whether it's buying pet food, providing medical services or keeping our furry friends happy and healthy, the winning shelter determines how the money can best help them. You can decide who should win, and make it happen. … [Read more...]

Canada: Don't Let Animal Abusers Escape Justice‏ – Ellen B., care2

    Canada: Animals Need Real Protection From Cruelty » A few years ago, my family got a call from our neighbors. Walking down the street that day, they had heard a meow coming from a trash can, where someone had left a newborn kitten to die. Animals need strong legal protection from abuse. » Our neighbors wanted to know if we could give the kitten a loving home. And less than a day later we welcomed a new, adorably furry member of the family. Most pet … [Read more...]

LESS-Adoptable Pet Week – Celebrating September (19-25)

  A Celebration of Women sends our Love to all the little 'pets' around the globe that need love; and we do remember that some of these little Souls are 'WO-man's Best Friends'.       Big black dogs. FIV+ cats. Senior pets. Special needs animals. Many factors can make a pet seem "less adoptable." To promote these unusual (or, in some cases, too common) animals, Petfinder has designated September 19 - 25 as "Adopt-A-Less-Adoptable-Pet Week." The week is yours to celebrate as you wish – create … [Read more...]

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