Jun 092008
 

On this week’s edition of the Sunday Morning Wake-Up Call, three board members of the Almost Home Pet Adoption Center, join Rick in the studio to talk about No-Kill animal shelters. Bette Grahame, Sarah Landon, and Tedi Wright discuss topics such as spay and neutering, volunteering at the shelter, and how else individuals can help. What are the ethics surrounding euthanasia? What are the alternatives? How should you protect your animals from the recent heat wave? Find out the answers to all these questions, only on the Wake-Up Call. Callers also chime in with their questions and comments.

  6 Responses to “Wake-Up Call: No-Kill Animal Shelters”

  1. hi, I want to say to you some things about animals. First time cows, they are very importand
    for people and they are so nice animals. Second one vild animals; they are also imprtance for
    the naturel world. i watch so time documentary TV , and like real animal life. some animal
    eatin other animals, but should be it for the naturel life. Anyway, thanks and love animals

  2. Hi Thanks for sharing this up. Animals also deserve love and care from us humans.

    Cheers!

  3. Animals also deserve love and care from us humans.

  4. Animals also deserve love and care from us humans.

  5. We depend on pets more than most people think:

    Dog owners can revel in the fact that research studies report a link between dog ownership and reduced stress and improved health for their human companions. There’s nothing like the loyalty and unconditional love of a dog to balance the fast-paced, high tech nature of life today. Whatever you have to deal with, when you come home and your dog rushes to greet you with his tail wagging, the troubles of the day melt away.

  6. Hi Thanks for sharing this up. Animals also deserve love and care from us humans.

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