A highlight of this week has been the papal visit to the U.S. Pope Francis visited Washington DC, New York, and the White House for his first time. Speaking before Congress, he gave an inspirational speech. But he also took time out to visit those of lesser status, school children, and the furry residents of […]
Remember Adrian’s Puppy Paradise? (If you live in the area, I know you can’t forget it, even when you close your eyes to sleep!) Animal Rescue Corp rescued 80 dogs from this hellish breeding facility today. Around 150 dogs have been living in a basement, trapped in cages, their plight ignored by the authorities but […]
The beginning of a New Year always invokes images not only of renewal, but of newness – a clean slate, a chance to start over, a time to reflect and then plan for the year ahead. We’re starting off the year with a new commitment. We’ll be joining the 52 Snapshots of Life, a weekly themed photo […]
In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends. – Martin Luther King, Jr.
On Monday evening, an Orland Park committee convened with a hot topic on the docket – namely, the sale of pets by pet stores within the town boundaries. After a few months of listening to experts explain the details of the symbiotic relationship between pet stores and the puppy mills they source their pets from, as well […]