Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965) was a French-German theologian, physician, philosopher and musician - and, in my opinion, a uniquely loving human being. One of our volunteers was kind enough to share the following with me, and I was deeply moved by Schweitzer’s words. I hope you are, too. Continue reading » » »
A little over a week ago, I had the opportunity to attend the sixth annual Pennsylvania Bar Institute Animal Law Conference in Philadelphia.
That means that lawyers all over the Keystone State are devoting their time, gifts and love to thinking about and working for needy animals. Heaven knows the cats (and dogs, and eared sea lions) could use a good advocate. All of this gives me tremendous encouragement.
…because Brock University in Ontario proudly announced that they’ve successfully refined a methodology “to allow for a human taste panel to profile the flavour and texture of a range of cat food products (CFP) and their component parts. ”
Mmm mmm good. I wonder what “successfully” means here?
Everyone remenbers the movie The Cats of Madison County. After all, it was directed by Clint Eastwood and starred him and Meryl Streep. The film, which won an Oscar for Best Actress in a Leading Role, was about a National Geographic photographer who …
Actually this post is about the cats of Madison County (and it’s a different Madison County than in the movie). But it’s still a cool story and there is video to watch. Continue reading » » »
This was one of those grab-me-by-the-heart, must-share-immediately stories. I’m a firm believer that cats can teach us a lot about loving each other well, and this true tale expands upon that in a most amazing way. Continue reading » » »