Thursday, March 17, 2011

Please help if you can

When you look at this photo try to imagine this being one of your cats.
The feeling of desperation is so hard to comprehend.

For some reason I am having trouble picking up this button (I'll keep trying) but please go over to this site and help if you can.
Please make a donation to

I am reading about many amazing rescues of people and animals. They are pulling people from the rubble and re-uniting loved ones. There are pictures of a woman entering a demolished house looking for her cat only to find him standing at the top of the stairs. These are the stories I hang on to so I can sleep at night.

"Happy St. Patrick's Day" everyone.

hugs, Deb


  1. It's all so heart breaking...
    xo Catherine

  2. We're in...We've posted, have the chip-in on our sidebar and have donated! So glad to see more and more kitties and beans joining in!

    -Fuzzy Tales

  3. Thanks for the info on the way to help!! These stories break my heart! I would be so sad to loose my boy Charlie!

  4. My heart is breaking for all the people and animals. May I copy your photos for my blog post today?
    Thank you
    Pamela xo

  5. Sorry you had trouble getting the button up, but just referring pals to Be The Change blog will help. It's so great visiting all the blogs today and finding almost all of them have posted a way to donate to help. What a great community we have.

  6. The pictures of the cats being helped really brings home what their plight is. Thanks for posting them. It is great visiting so many blogs that are blogging about World Vets.

  7. Happy St.Patrick's Day to you too.
    Thank you for helping to spread the word.
    We posted about it today as well and we donated this morning.
    The pet community is an incredibly giving community that I am proud and honored to be a part of

  8. Thank you for posting this -- I will visit the link.

    When I was in Japan, I often saw orange and white cats.I noticed them especially because they looked like Stimpy. I remember one of our Japanese friends coming over and meeting him for the first time, saying "He looks like a Japanese cat." So, on my census, I listed him as a dependent and gave his age as Japanese. Well, he WAS my dependent...

  9. Thanks for sharing this site. Love your blog, btw!!

  10. I saw alot of Japanese shelters with the people there with their pets.America really needs to change thier rules about this-it was the reason alot of people in Katrina didn't evacuate!
    I posted a video link about two loyal doggies there.