Category: Guy’s Blog

October 20,2016

Likes for Lives

Meowza, do I feel like a fancy feline or what?  In celebration of October being national “Adopt-a-Shelter-Dog” month, Echo Limousine is partnering with The Anti-Cruelty Society.  Whoever said social media “Like-tivism” can’t make a difference has never seen a partnership…

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September 28,2016

World Rabies Day














I would like to take a moment today to bring World Rabies Day to everyone’s awareness.  While the severity of rabies in the United States has plummeted drastically since the turn of the century (about 90% of rabies cases occur…

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September 09,2016

Back to School!












Well, I’m not going back to school.  I’m just trying to be supportive of all the youth at Chicago Public Schools who just completed their first week back…con-cat-ulations!

With summer on its way out, my friends in the Community Programs department…

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September 01,2016

Snack Safety!

Things sure have been hopping around here at The Anti-Cruelty Society…literally! We have been rearing a litter of baby bunnies that were delivered onsite shortly after their mama was surrendered to our shelter. These five rabbit kits have been keeping…

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June 22,2016

Adopt a Shelter Cat Month

As if I didn’t need another reason to talk about why we cats are so great, I just found out that there is an ENTIRE MONTH dedicated to encouraging cat lovers and would-be cat lovers to adopt from a shelter!…

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May 27,2016

A Really Awesome Cat

It’s not me.

Though I am a cat, so I’m already halfway there.

Memorial Day is coming up this Monday, and in honor of the holiday I’d like to talk about one of the coolest cats I’ve ever heard of.

Hammer was a…

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May 19,2016

How to Greet a Dog












Since I live at The Anti-Cruelty Society as their official cat ambassador, I tend to make a lot of furry friends of my own…especially dogs.  One of the most important things to keep in mind when making new friends of…

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