Lions Tigers & Bears.org is a federally and state licensed non-profit 501(c)(3) rescue facility dedicated to providing a safe haven for unwanted and abused exotic cats. They are a NO KILL, NO BREED facility that allows cats in their care to have the opportunity to live out their lives with dignity in a caring and safe environment.
Hope you like my new show, San Diego's only live and local midday talk show. And we're talking about the news and topics that matter to you and matter to San Diego County. I invite you to listen every day and tell all your friends about the show. Let me hear from you on the show or by email and on Facebook.
I am also the American correspondent for TalkSport radio based in London. They are a national station, so my weekly appearances are heard across the UK and most of western Europe. That's my, "neener, neener," job. You can hear me most Thursdays at 4:15 pm, Pacific, at www.talksport.net.
LaDona Harvey has been an award winning journalist and talk show host on KOGO since 1998. She also appears weekday mornings on the Chip Franklin Show (5am-9am). LaDona also makes weekly appearances on TalkSport Radio, a national station covering the United Kingdom.
Adopt a pet and save a shelter or rescue animal. Don't buy from breeders or puppy mills...help out here at home!
Go to www.sdshelters.com for more information on adoptable pets...and to help San Diego animals that need medical attention. This is my other favorite local animal charity, and they have very, very low overhead, so your donations go exactly where you want them to go: To the animals!
Do you have stray cats in your neighborhood? You can help us keep them from making even more stray cats, by contacting the Feral Cat Coalition. The FCC holds one clinic a month, and spays and nueters more than 100 cats at each clinic. The cats all get one ear tipped, so you can tell at a glance who has been fixed...and who has not. The FCC is an ALL-volunteer organization, and runs on donations alone. No taxpayer dollars. You can help by volunteering to screen calls or help out at the clinics. You can trap cats in your neighborhood, or just give money. go to www.feralcat.com for information on how you can help us help them.