Sunday, November 23, 2014

Giving Thanks!

A relative of my dear friend, Tillie, painted this lovely portrait of me.
Thank you so much! I do look fetching, if I say so myself. Blush.

It’s that time of the year again . . . I mean, to look back and reflect.

Analyzing the world is not an easy task. The more I read, the harder it becomes to focus on subjects that concern me. The everyday things that we take for granted: water, clean air, all the endangered species in the animal kingdom, like elephants who are being killed for their tusks, etc.

I can’t speak for people, they have their own voices. Through my blog, I have a voice.  I am able to call attention to what is happening in my world, a way to shed light on important issues.
I am one of the “lucky ones”. I live inside a special place that genuinely cares and has been making all the difference it can to protect those like me, who have been left orphaned, mistreated and abandoned.


Above all, at this time I want to thank all of you out there, who have been supporting us and helping to call attention to the issues that relate to the earth’s well-being.

Monday, October 6, 2014

Half The World's Wildlife Gone Over Last 40 Years

"The world has lost 52 percent of its biodiversity since 1970, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) announced in a study released today on the state of our planet."  

We were very concerned about this report we saw on CBS and highly recommend reading it.  
Please click on the link below.  

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/world-wildlife-fund-wwf-half-the-worlds-biodiversity-gone-over-last-40-years/ 

Friday, September 12, 2014

A Note On 9/11

What a special letter to one of our 9/11 heroes, Kerry McGinnis.
Thank you for thinking of us!  And good job Mr. G!





The Humane Society of New York conducted a major rescue operation in the wake of the attack on the World Trade Center, encompassing care and support for animals harmed or left homeless through the disaster. Directly after the attack, the Society's veterinarians were the first to begin emergency triage at Pier 40, near "Ground Zero". They attended more than 200 animals at the Pier, and served as medical escorts for individuals going into sealed apartments to retrieve pets.

Thursday, July 3, 2014

WE ALL SCREAM FOR ICE CREAM!

What could be better than a sunny day at the Humane Society of New York? A visit from Ben & Jerry’s Core Tour Ice Cream Truck! Wow! We are so grateful to Jana and Dan for scooping up cups of delicious flavors for our staff and clients. 
A perfect way to kick off the Fourth of July weekend! Fellow Dogs: no matter how tempted you are (trust me, I posed with the ice cream but knew I couldn’t really eat any…), don’t eat any chocolate, raisins, grapes or onions!

photo by: Willis

Anne-Marie Karash and I hanging with 
Dan and Jana from Ben & Jerry's Core Tour!

A good time was had by all!!! :)

Thursday, May 8, 2014

Mother's Day

Sunday is Mother’s Day. I don’t know where my mother is. I was taken away from her and left alone in the street when I was just a puppy. To all those that are lucky enough to have a mother, I wish you a wonderful holiday.

Monday, April 28, 2014

Take Your Child To Work Day with Tuesday's Children

Last week was Take Your Child To Work Day and we participated with Tuesday's Children, a tradition we have been upholding for years now.  Our three new friends were very helpful and eager to learn about what we do here and meet all the animals in our shelter.  We had a very nice time together!  
For more information on Tuesday's Children, please visit: http://www.tuesdayschildren.org/ 

Monday, March 17, 2014

Happy Saint Patrick's Day


Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!  As you know, every year I attend the parade and this year, I am bringing my friend Cat McEric along with me.  Doesn’t he look good? We are going to wear matching green outfits and say hello to everyone. Hope to see you there! 

Update: Exhausted (and one too many green waters)!