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Category Archives: vet care

Anderson Cooper’s Special Report

My name is Anderson Cooper. They (the people who rescued me and my family from the fire in our home) were calling me Justin for a little while but now they call me Anderson. I think it suits me. And … Continue reading

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All you need is love

Written by Red Paw foster, C. Yarnall Bee Bee, a senior girl, came into Red Paw in January 2013 due to a fire in her home in North Philly. Right away, her owner, who was a senior himself, stated that … Continue reading

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Fostering Redz, the first client of 2013

The following post is by Mary Kury, who has fostered several Red Paw animals and adopted DeeDee. The hidden benefits of fostering animals…you just never know who you will meet, and really who benefits in the end. My previous Red … Continue reading

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Baldwin

The following post is by Jen Leary, Founder of Red Paw Emergency Relief Team After two years of responding, and over more than 300 calls involving hundreds and hundreds of animals-most passing through my home-you start to lose track of … Continue reading

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DeeDee’s story

The following post is by Mary Kury, who has fostered several Red Paw animals for us and adopted DeeDee, a Pit Bull displaced by a fire in November 2011 In December 2011, I was one of the certified veterinary technicians … Continue reading

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Desmal’s story

The following post is by Al Chernoff, a member of Rescue Ink and a Red Paw foster and volunteer. It was originally published on Life With Cats. The best thing in life for Desmal, a sweet cat, was surviving and … Continue reading

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