Monday, September 25, 2006

Joy's Guest

Tuesday, September 26, Joy's guest is Lynn Moss. She will be discussing how you should trust your instincts and do research instead of just "following conventional thoughts" in relationship to animal kids. Hear her wonderful stories about how one of her kitties saved her life and now her other kitty is teaching her about herbs.

The radio show, Talk With Your Animals airs Tuesday nights from 5-6 PM PT on 1150 AM in the Seattle area and streams live over the Internet at It also rebroadcasts on To call into the show to ask a question of your animal kid, please call 425-373-5527. The show is brought to you in part by our sponsor, Transfer Factor from 4Life Research Our other wonderful sponsors are Optimum Choices -, Pet Essences -, The Natural Pet Pantry -, Mystic Mountain Retreat -, Natural Horse Talk -, Holistic Horse, and Animavet - and our mention - New Woman Books -

The latest and greatest from Best Friends--BEIRUT, LEBANON -- 09/24/2006 - "It's 4 a.m. and all the animals have been loaded into the carriers and delivered to the airport safely," reported Richard Crook, Best Friends Animal Society's field commander in Beirut. Crook is managing the rescue effort for pets displaced by the recent war between Israel and Hezbollah.

At noon local time, Monday September 25th, 300 dogs and cats will be leaving Beirut International Airport on a flight organized by Best Friends Animal Society. The 300 homeless pets are headed to Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, America's largest refuge for abused and abandoned pets, and from there to new homes around the country.

Best Friends has also been assisting humane groups in Israel. But the major crisis for animals has been in Lebanon, which has only one small humane society, all whose shelters were damaged during the recent war.

"These displaced pets will be at our sanctuary for further health and behavior checks before they go to new homes, " said Micahel Mountain, president of Best Friends. "We'll be watching for any special needs. We've built out a whole area of the sanctuary with the same temporary housing we used at our rescue center outside of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina."

"We made a commitment to bring these homeless pets to safety," said Mountain. "We've raised approx $180,000 to rescue and care for all these animals, and for the airlift. But we're still looking for approx $200 per dog or cat to bring them all to safety." Donations are much appreciated, and can be made on the Best Friends website:


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