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    How to Exponentially Magnify Your Positive Impact for the Environment

    I apologize for taking a hiatus from posting. My Macbook RAM and hard drive died and I have finally resuscitated the little guy. I’ve also been super busy organizing a free online telesummit designed to empower and uplift women around the world. So, this is a very special blog entry. It’s not for everyone—it’s for […]

    Lost and Injured Pets in Japan Need Your Help ASAP

    The news has been full of coverage on the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan.  Because of the tremendous impact on the Japanese people, there’s been very little news about the injured and lost pets created by this natural disaster.  Remember what happened with Katrina?  Well, a similar thing is happening to the animals in […]

    June is Adopt-A-Cat Month

    According to the American Humane Society, approximately 4 million cats are rescued by animal shelters each year. We all know that not all of them find homes, so if you’re considering getting a cat, why not visit your local animal shelter? If you’ve already got a kitty who keeps you busy, take a moment and […]

    What Do 100 Monkeys Have to Do With Cats? And, How Can This Change the World?

    According to a definition on Wikipedia, Critical Mass is a sociodynamic term to describe the existence of sufficient momentum in a social system such that the momentum becomes self-sustaining and fuels further growth.  A similar effect is the Hundredth-Monkey Effect. This is defined as a phenomenon in which a learned behaviour spreads instantaneously from one […]

    Drs. Foster and Smith Green Follow-Up

    Since I just did a follow-up on PetSmart, it seemed fitting to see if Drs. Foster and Smith kept their word and embraced the green.  Let’s evaluate the progress since my blog entries in January. Here are the comments from “Brent”: “At Drs. Foster and Smith we care about your satisfaction – but we also […]

    Be an Angel for Animals and Save Some Green

    Angel’s Wish is an animal welfare organization that I featured in a blog entry earlier this year about eco-friendly tips for animal shelters.  I’ve had the opportunity to see Gold LEED certified pet adoption centers, but Angel’s Wish demonstrates that you can also be small and be green. They’re hosting an online auction from June […]

    The First Gold LEED Certified Animal Welfare Agency in the U.S.

    What comes to mind when you think of an animal shelter?  For me, I think about the time I adopted Furball from my local Humane Society about 8 years ago.  The shelter was in an old building located in a slightly down-and-out area of town, beside a highway offramp.  Walking in, I was immediately hit […]

    130 Cats Move to Greener Pastures Thanks to the Monmouth County SPCA

    130 lucky cats recently moved into a new eco-friendly home, complete with a fantasy forest, kitty condos, and gazebos with floor to ceiling windows that let in lots of natural light. These lucky cats are under the care of the Monmouth County SPCA (MCSPCA), which recently opened a brand new adoption center. The MCSPCA in […]

    Day 28: Shelters Outside U.S. Inspire Green Ingenuity — The 30-Day Green Cat Challenge

    Continuing the theme of Day 25 and Day 26 of the Green Cat Challenge, today I’m looking even further afield for green inspiration.  And I found it with The Animal House Jamaica and Paraíso Felino located in Mexico. The Animal House Jamaica The Animal House Jamaica is the only animal shelter located on the north […]

    Day 27: Easy Eco-friendly Tips for Animal Shelters — The 30-Day Green Cat Challenge

    Following in the spirit of Day 26 of the 30-Day Green Cat Challenge, I’m going to finish the week by looking outwards for inspiration to green my cat.  I’ve spent the past few weeks examining Furball’s life to give him an eco-cat makeover.  However, I really believe it’s important to reach out.  Perhaps this will […]