Wrigley is working to break the glass ceiling for cat calendar models. Check out Indy’s interview with the celeb. feline here.
According to The Humane Society of the United States, an estimated half of pet owners dress their pets in costumes for Halloween. Should you?
The newest contributor for Flip's Friends, Delroy the Cat, pictures his life as a reality TV show.
This month Flip welcomes a new family memeber — Delroy the Cat writes his inagural story for Moonshine Ink and talks about HSTT's Wellness Scale.
If you adopted a pet from the Humane Society of Truckee-Tahoe this month you are part of history. This March, a record 64 animals — including 53 dogs, seven cats, and four rabbits — found homes.
The newest incarnation of The Odd Couple is happening right now at the Humane Society of Truckee-Tahoe. The two newest roommates are cats Abu and Leo.
Pet Network opened its shelter in 2001. Since then, they have adopted more than 10,000 animals.
Dr. Mike Ryan served as Santa Claus and shelter volunteers and staff as elves, ensuring the entire Peanuts gang was spayed or neutered in time for holiday adoption.
It doesn’t seem fair that some animals get spicy names like Cha Cha, while others are stuck with pedestrian labels like Steve and Sally.
He has the ears of a dingo, the face of a Chihuahua, and a long body like a dachshund — a dihuahua.
We are appealing to you, our dear readers, to save and support Moonshine Ink with Memberships at five levels of support: Sustainer, Guardian, Warrior, Hero, and Angel, depending upon what you feel you can afford to keep the Ink benefiting our community.
To understand the stakes, read our publisher’s open letter to the community from our November 2019 edition, Does Moonshine Ink have a future?
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