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Since Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, the Petfinder Foundation asked its friends from shelters and rescues across the country for pictures of their adoptable pets being hugged! Our favorite photos, below, come from Petfinder members that received photography equipment grants and training through the One Picture Saves a …

Growing up, I always wanted a puppy or a horse for Christmas. I had visions of a horse with a big red bow around his neck. In retrospect, these were not realistic visions for my family, but I still had them. My parents instead gave me stuffed animals, riding lessons …

I always like to buy my cat Christmas presents. Even though friends have commented that Toby doesn’t “really” know that it’s Christmas and that he deserves a gift, I know that he does. I do sometimes feel a little guilty about spending more money on Toby when his current collar, …

Check out a special guest post from recording artist Malea McGuinness then learn how you can help animals while treating yourself this holiday season! “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.”― Mahatma Gandhi This quote was relevant when …

The holiday season is here and full of ways to celebrate. One of my favorite ways to celebrate the holidays and all the good that I have, is to help others, especially homeless pets. This year, we’re asking that you pledge to help pets this holiday season. We’ll be posting …

The love affair between humans and cats dates back thousands of years. Humans have a long history dressing up or decorating their pet cats and cats have begrudgingly complied. Ancient Egyptian cats belonging to royalty wore jeweled gold collars and gold hoops in their pierced ears. From the 17th century …

Keeping critters safe from MY rambunctious pets this summer is my top summer pet safety project, as you know from my June blog. But during this month of picnics and camping, fireworks and boating, it is also important to keep in mind your pet really is safer at home. And …

In honor of the upcoming holidays, our partner, PetFirst has contributed a post to help you protect your pet from the dangers that come with those holidays. Enjoy and protect your pet! ‘Tis the season for ribbons and bows, turkey bones and mistletoe! While the holidays bring with them the joys …

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I’ve thought about living rights

by Greg Kincaid, author of A Dog Named Christmas • Nov 12 , 2012

Without really thinking about it, by the time I had reached the ripe old age of 55, I had somehow completed most everything on my so called bucket list — you know, all the things you want to do before you kick the bucket. I don’t remember how most of …

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Home is what it’s all about

by Greg Kincaid, author of A Dog Named Christmas • Nov 05 , 2012

In my most recent novel, A Christmas Home, the main character, a young man named Todd McCray, wonders aloud to his father, George McCray, “Sometimes I feel like I don’t know where I belong.” George answers, “Todd I hope you know that you’ll always belong here with your mom and …