01 Sep 2015

U.S. Government Still Endangering Native American Lives

One important yet often-overlooked aspect of kindness involves an appreciation of history. Context is everything. Which is why the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s site for their Tribal Advance Notification program is so unnecessarily unkind. First off, the top of the page is dominated by a giant searchable map of the entire United States. So cool, right?…

17 Aug 2015

Ruling in Phoenix Says All Dogs Sold in Pet Stores Must Come from Shelters & Nonprofit Rescue Groups

A federal judge in Phoenix, Arizona upheld an ordinance, originally passed by the Phoenix City Council in 2013, banning retail sales of dogs and cats in stores unless the pets come from animal shelters or nonprofit rescues. This is fantastic news for numerous reasons: It will drastically cut down on the number of shelter animals that are euthanized It…

11 Aug 2015

Animal Rescuers Help Homeless Man Travel Across the Country with his 11 Stray Dogs

After losing everything, including his home, Steve decided to make a cross-country trek from California to Indiana on his bike, pulling a big cart filled with very special cargo. The special cargo: the 11 stray pups he rescued. Even after losing all of his possessions, he never lost his will to help others in need, especially…

26 Dec 2015

MiFlight: Avoid Airport Aggravation!

How long is the airport security line? Every flyer wants to know. The answer is here. And we're all part of the solution.




17 Jul 2015

New law in Tennessee Protects Those Rescuing Dogs from Hot Cars

Good news out of Tennessee – it’s now perfectly legal to break into a car if you’re trying to save a pet. A new state law protects people from being sued if they free an animal from a hot car. While 16 other states have some protections for animals being left in parked cars/penalties for jackasses…