Still in recovery mode after Dragon*Con. My “to-do” list keeps growing longer and longer. So instead of trying to be pithy or insightful, here’s a public service announcement:
Help Katrina’s Homeless Pets
Transport Provided to Anywhere – Room Desperately Needed! (For the Animal Victims of Katrina)
There is transportation provided, with people ready and waiting, for upwards of 200 dogs and 150 cats so far rescued from the devastation of hurricane Katrina. What these animals need is a place to go. Kennels, boarding, vets offices, shelters with any extra space, foster homes and rescues. Even one or two open kennels would greatly help. From what we know, all animals have been vaccinated and are in good health considering the conditions. There are dogs and cats of every breed and size. Some are in groups of two, three or four, hailing from the same family, while some are solitary. ANY KENNEL SPACE AVAILABLE CAN CERTAINLY BE USED. These drivers are willing to move these animals ANYWHERE they need to go. Absolutely anywhere.
The current safe houses for these animals are being inundated and some of these pets will have to be euthanized if they are not moved to make room for the incoming animals. Please feel free to pass on this information everywhere. Every forum, every list, every community.
REMEMBER THESE ANIMALS WILL BE TRANSPORTED TO YOU.
If you know anyone, anywhere, that is willing to take in even one cat or dog, please have them contact Lynda at the information provided below.
They are also asking for ANY kind of donations for the animals: money, food, bedding, water, etc.
Please Contact Lynda V. at: 203-515-3024 (cell)
Email: (Lynda@portone.com) Lynda (at) portone (dot) com
Received while I was at D*C:
90-day “Does not match the present needs of the magazine” from Book of Dark Wisdom.
13-day “It was a good read but . . . ” with invite to keep submitting from Son and Foe.
Payment for “The Wiggly People” from Dark Cloud Press. Very nice. These folks are turning out to be fantastic to work with. Very looking forward to seeing the anthology in print.