Wednesday, 21 October 2015 00:00

Autumn Update from Linda Blair Featured

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Traveling around the country gives me the unique opportunity to talk to folks all over about our mutual love of animals and the challenges facing our fur friends and families. We have been working hard at rescuing as many animals as possible out of our CA shelters and helping to educate the public on the importance spay/neuter and the implications of pet overpopulation. We encourage you to do the same the same in your communities. If you are unsure of resources, reach out to your local rescue groups - they are a wealth of information and can use your support! We here at LBWF will continue to help our animals in need here in CA as well as providing education across the nation, but we can't do it without your continued support. Please consider making a much needed and much appreciated donation to our LBWF rescued dogs in need.With love and warmth,
Linda Blair
Cool Weather is Heading our Way!
 
Cool weather is upon us and the winter months will soon be settling in. It's time to prepare people and pets alike for the cold winter weather. Please remember to keep your pets warm and move them indoors during cold temperatures. To protect them from slippery ice, use kitty litter which will allow for traction and keep their delicate paw pads safe from irritation. Don't forget to check in on your senior neighbors and their pets too! Community is everything!
Changes in Animal Abuse Legislation!
 
Starting in 2016 the FBI will reclassify animal abuse in their reporting system, which means it will be a top tier federal crime. This change will allow them to track and quantify animal abuse case and will hopefully result in stronger punishment and accountability. You can do your part by reporting all signs of abuse or neglect to your local authorities. 
National Pit Bull Awareness Month and National Pit Bull Awareness Day Oct. 24th!
 
This month is national pit bull awareness month and pit bull and pibble lovers around the country are making strides at educating folks about this loveable, snuggly breed! Interestingly enough, one large "animal protection" group has come out speaking against the breed. They have their own horrible, delusional, media seeking agenda. It's unfortunate and won't stand. The Linda Blair WorldHeart Foundation loves all animals and we must all continue to show what an amazing breed this dog really is. 

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