Our Paw’dCast: 2/11/18 Hour 2 — Companion Bird Rescue, Golden OIdies Cat Rescue, Dr. Ravina, Home Hospice Vet

Our Paw’dCast is now delivered as two one-hour programs.

Here is the lineup from Sunday Feb 11 KSCO Pet Radio

Hour 2:

Trevor Coates is a board member of Mickaboo Companion Bird Rescue. Just as you can adopt a needy cat or dog from a rescue, Mickaboo provides homes for and then adopts out birds in new of new places to perch. Adoption fair coming up later this month.

Cindy Reskovic is a cofounder of Golden Oldies Cat Rescue, founded to assist cats over age six that need help.

Dr. Gabrielle Ravina is a mobile vet, based in Santa Cruz, who provides hospice care for animals in the final stage of their lives. She will be taking your questions.

Next Week

Lynea Lattanzio, founder Cat House on the Kings, cat sanctuary. Over 25 years ago, Lynea Lattanzio dedicated her home, her property,
her finances and her entire life to create The Cat House on the Kings, a no-kill, nonprofit sanctuary, rescue, and adoption center for cats.
Lynea has rescued tens of thousands of animals from shelters, abusive homes, and abandonment… and has helped get thousands more spayed and neutered.

Carie Broecker, Peace of Mind Dog Rescue. Free Pet Trust seminar. Pet Trusts are set up by caring individuals who want to make sure their non-human family members are taken care of in the event of their own death or disability. Estate attorney, Margaret Clark, will answer your questions about setting up a pet trust for your special four-legged friends. Also, learn more about Peace of Mind Dog Rescue’s Perpetual Care ProgramEmail to reserve your space. Space is limited.

When: Saturday February 24, 10 AM to Noon. Where: POMDR Patricia J. Bauer Center, located at 615 Forest Avenue in Pacific Grove.

Laurren Darr, Pet Fashion Expert. What’s new for the Year of the Dog?

Ask-a-Vet: Dr. Merrianne Burtch, co-founder, Pacific Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Service, and founder, BirchBark Foundation. Answering questions about emergency care and making vet care available to animals from low-income families.

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