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SUMMER 2013 Magazine
& Animal Lovers' Resource Guide
Summer is here and so are our latest publications!
Check them out here!
Barkin' Ball 2013
Saturday, Oct. 12, 5:30 p.m.
The Santa Fe Animal Shelter invites you to their largest and most important fundraiser of the year at the
Eldorado Hotel & Spa in Santa Fe!
Enjoy an evening filled with "Yappy" hour (cash bar), tray passed appetizers, a silent auction, live auction, wine cellar store and seated dinner.
Visit www.barkinball.org for more information and to purchase tickets.
New Book for Animal Lovers
Animal rescue and animal activism -
what a combination! Learn how this is done in Kate Kuligowski's new book. You, too, can change the animal laws in your
community for the better with compassion and effort. Learn about Kate's life story and the and the animals who have shared it.
You'll be glad you did.
See the book review here.
PETROGLYPHS Editor and Writer
Nancy Marano WINS 2013 AWARDS
PETroglyph's Editor, Nancy Marano, won four awards in the 2013 New Mexico Press Women's Communication Contest!
Nancy received two 1st Place awards. One was 'Personality Profile' for the piece "Samantha Martin: The Making of an Animal Trainer." The other 1st Place award was for 'Columns-General' for the Cat Chat articles "Adopted Cats Equal Happy Cats" and "A Rock'n Cat Good Time - The Amazing Acro-Cats and Rock Cats." She was also recognized with a 2nd Place award in 'Feature Story, Online Publications' for "TNR Is a Success in Albuquerque," and an Honorable Mention in 'Feature Story, Newsletter' for "Internet Help for Lost and Found Pets."
Congratulations Nancy and thanks to the New Mexico Press Women for recognizing Nancy's outstanding work!
New Book Released
¿CUANTOS PERROS? HOW MANY DOGS?
by Bam Schildkraut
¿Cuantos Perros? How Many Dogs? is a read-out-loud romp through numbers 1-10 with a pack of playful pooches.
Simple verses use the English and Spanish words for numbers. The short rhymes literally roll off the tongue
(can you say perros?) and children quickly learn to count and woof aloud with each verse. The rhymes and
illustrations focus on positive interactions between dogs and people. From the wraparound cover to the last page,
the illustrations of the 55 dogs and one cat are vivid, active and humorous. Children will delight in finding
the friendly little cat hidden in every illustration as they count their way through the book.
For more information on the book, visit the author's website at www.bamschildkraut.com.
New Animal Anthology Features PETroglyphs Writer/columnist
Deborah Schildkraut, PETroglyphs writer and Casa Canine columnist, has a short story, Do Not Delete, published in a
new anthology of animals stories called Nurturing Paws.
The book features stories "celebrating the remarkable ability of
animals to ease our physical and emotional pain while showing love, compassion and acceptance." Stories feature animals
from dogs and cats to rabbits, parrots and pigeons. A book to inspire and uplift the spirits of animal lovers everywhere!
New Book Features PETroglyphs
Editor and Writer
Nancy Marano, PETroglyphs' editor and regular "Cat Chat" columnist,
has a short story called, "A Fleece Robe," in the recently released book A Cup of Comfort for Cat Lovers. The fifty stories in this
latest volume of the Cup of Comfort series will make you laugh, cry and pause to say "Ah..." Animal lovers, and cat lovers in particular,
should crack open this book to spend a few hours with a host of wonderful felines. It's the perfect read for a cozy afternoon and even
better with a cat curled up in your lap.
Donate your Furs to Help Wildlife
The Humane Society of the United States has a great use for your old furs: Give the fur back to the animals! Donated furs will aid
and comfort wildlife. To learn more visit the HSUS Coats for Cubs page.
You Can Help Feed Rescued Animals
It's easy and it's free. Visit The Animal Rescue Site to learn more.
Get the New Mexico Spay/Neuter
Pet Care Liscence Plate
The purpose of the plate is twofold: to educate people about the pet
overpopulation issue facing New Mexico and to help fund spay and neuter surgeries for dogs and cats in New Mexico. A portion of the
price of each license plate will be distributed to fund local spay and neuter programs.
The Spay/Neuter Pet Care License Plate must be ordered from the Motor Vehicle Department. Order forms can be obtained at any MVD office or downloaded from their website here.
Find Spay/Neuter Locations in your area
Looking for information on low-cost spay/neuter programs in New Mexico? You'll find it here...
Check Out The Book Reviews!
Visit "The Scoop on Books" to see what we are currently reading. We are always interested in book reviews
from our readers. If you are reading an animal-related book that you think others should see, send us a review. Send your review
to: firstname.lastname@example.org and label it "Book Review" in the subject line.
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New Mexico Animal Resource Directory
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Pet Memorials honor an animal's life and/or celebrate an adoption into a forever home.
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