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“Saving one dog will not change the world. But surely for that one dog, the world will change forever.” – Karen Davison

From The Blog

Pet Adoption Tails: Jenna Mercer and Jasper

Living in Sydney, Australia, Jenna Mercer is a 31-year-old lawyer who is also a cat mom to Jasper, a super shy former street cat. In this delightful interview with Waldo’s Friends, Jenna opens up about the first cat that adopted her and Jasper’s foster fail story.  Waldo’s Friends (WF): Hi Jenna! Tell us about the Read More...

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Pet Adoption Tails: Lisa H and Archie and William

Lisa H is a 40-something Melburnian who works on Information Technology-based projects. Though she grew up surrounded by dogs, she had a fondness for cats but could not own them because she was allergic to them. For three years, she built an immunity so that she could adopt two domestic short-haired cats—an eight-year-old named Archie Read More...

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Pet Adoption and Rescue Tails: Asma Sheikh

Asma Sheikh left her longtime corporate job to pursue two passions: apparel and animals. She shares, “I am already working towards rescue and welfare work in my home state, Kashmir (Northern India), but it’s still in nascent stages as there are many limitations and the welfare work is done completely by volunteers.” The rescue volunteer Read More...

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Pet Adoption Tails: Shelly Lin and Tiger

A Taiwanese working in a design agency in Shanghai, China, Shelly Lin is a first-time pawrent to a beautiful three-year-old tabby cat named Tiger. She chats with Waldo’s Friends and reveals how she accidentally came across Tiger as a kitten outside her apartment, planned on fostering her temporarily, but ended up falling in love with Read More...

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Foster Paw-renting and Adoption Tails: Bru Sim

Forty-one-year-old visual artist Bru Sim is one half of Electrolychee Studio. A novice urban gardener/food forest gnome based in Manila, Philippines, she and her husband Marcus have owned adopted cats since 2010, which helped prepare them for their human kitten, Duyan. Bru shares what it’s like living in a home with babies of the furred Read More...

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Can Dogs Eat Honey?

The short answer: Yes, but in limited quantities. The long answer: Honey is filled with so many nutrients that will improve your dog’s well-being. Thanks to the pollen grains it contains, honey can help alleviate environmental allergies your dog may have. It can also combat gastrointestinal diseases, balancing out the natural bacterial flora of your Read More...

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