PR Firm Hires 4-Month Old Kitten to Head Goodwill Department

Originally posted on Godigio:
Yes, you read that right. A local PR agency in Atlanta, GA hired a 4-month old kitten to lead the way for corporate responsibility. At first we thought the story was a hoax, so we headed straight?to the source for answers: the PR firm behind our brand, Alexis Chateau LLC. Rumors…

Alexis Chateau Hires Feline Goodwill Ambassador

Originally posted on Alexis Chateau PR:
Atlanta, GA – Alexis Chateau LLC recently hired an abandoned stray as its Goodwill Ambassador. Shadow replaces former Office Cat, Smokey Chateau. She tragically went missing on November 13, 2016 while founder and managing partner, Alexis Chateau, was away for the weekend on a business trip. Following their loss,…

Conquering my Phobia of Snakes

He still laughs about the morning I sprang ten feet into the air and landed one mile up the street – all because I almost stepped on a ribbon snake, while we walked the dog.

Police Discovers Dog Fighting Ring

An anonymous tip put a man convicted of hosting dog-fights in 1995, behind bars again. Police say when they responded to the call and visited the home of 58-year-old, Roy Chester Bennett, there was evidence of blood on his clothes. When asked where the blood came from, he told the authorities that it had come from his wounded…

Humane Society Banned from Bringing Dogs to Colorado

Colorado has had a long-established history of taking in rescued animals from out-of-state. However, thanks to the new enforcing of licensing rules, some animal shelters no longer meet the requirements to transport animals to Colorado. Chief among them is Going Home Animal Rescue and Transport (GHART), a non-profit organization which transports rescued dogs to many states across…

A Family that Hoards Together…

Hoarding is a serious and growing problem in America. People hoard everything from food to furniture; and these days, people are hoarding animals as well. We’ve all heard of at least one animal hoarding case involving an individual, but what about an entire family? The Quick family in Michigan recently pleaded guilty to animal cruelty charges involving…

Pit Bulls Saved by Vigilant Mailman

Thanks to a mailman in Colorado, four abandoned pit bulls escaped certain death. However, the three dead turtles which were also found inside the home were not as “lucky”. The pit bulls were reportedly discovered after a mail carrier noticed barking coming from inside the house. Upon closer inspection, he also noticed that some of the windows in the…

Petra Stone Comes to Life

Back in 2015, a woman in Athens, Greece spotted a dog whose face had completely hardened due to mange. Her condition would later earn her the name “Petra”, which is Greek for “stone”. The woman who found her snapped a picture and posted it to Facebook in hopes someone would see it and help end…

Poodle Dies Under Suspicious Circumstances

Last summer, an Ann Arbor couple surrendered their emaciated poodle to the Huron Valley Humane Society. The poodle was so weak that volunteers reported it could neither walk nor stand. She could barely even sit comfortably. When asked for an explanation of the dog’s condition the couple allegedly claimed that “Brownie” had swallowed a sock. The humane…

Woman Charged with Animal Cruelty after Hoarding 80 Animals

One hoarder in Michigan faces animal cruelty charges after police reportedly found 80 animals suffering in terrible conditions on her property. Though housed indoors, even the dogs showed signs of neglect. This ranged from fur matted with feces to paws becoming webbed from walking in filth. Along with the 30 dogs found were livestock animals like horses…

Tennessee Man Starves Dogs to Death

One Tennessee man locked his three dogs in cages without food and water, to the extent that one died before help could arrive. Another became so aggressive that he had to be put down. That left only one survivor. What was the punishment for such a crime, you might wonder? An animal cruelty charge, and one…

Starving to Death in Ireland

Every winter, animals in North Wexford die from neglect and abuse – and not just dogs, but larger animals like horses and cattle. Owners are leaving their pets and livestock in open fields without food and water. Dogs are being left in cold backyards or huddled in old cars for warmth.