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This page will take you to other minds at work. These links have several things in common - they are easily navigated, have products that are animal oriented and may be helpful to our readers. The links on this section of our link pages sell something.  These sites are in no way connected to vetinfo nor do we make any profit from them or have  any control of the products sold there. They may not link back to this page so you may want to bookmark.

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Advocacy and Rescue

You can get involved directly in helping animals in many ways - below are some of the organizations and some of the ways you can do so. Your neighborhood Shelter or rescue is yet another way. Emailing your legislator , phoning or writing a letter when you care about a problem helps. 

Below are websites that work to change the world we live in. They may work at different thing and sometimes have common goals. I have added sites that always have animal issues, some have world and human issues as well. There are many other causes of equal importance not found here.

Advocacy and if or how we chose to make our voices heard is a personal choice. 



MRSA -The Bella Moss Foundation
Helping animals suffering with mrsa      charitable company helping animals with mrsa 

MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), sometimes referred to in the media as the SUPERBUG. It affects both humans and animals.  MRSA is a bacterium that, under normal conditions, is relatively harmless. Infection usually occurs through a wound of some kind, either because of a skin ulcer that will not heal or through surgery. Infection is different from colonisation because the invading bacteria tend to grow more rapidly and cause ill-effects to the body. These come because of the toxins that the bacteria now pour into the blood, and through the damage that occurs to the surrounding tissue. This causes the symptoms and signs of infection, and need to be treated rapidly. For a comprehensive overview of MARSA and well as a guide to veterinary prevention methods please see The Bella Moss Foundation Website.


The Bella Moss Foundation is raising awareness of mrsa and post operative infections in animals, as in most cases with early detection serious post operative infections can be treated. - This is a vast advocacy website dedicated to world issues of Environment, Children's health,
Endangered species, Human rights, Non-violence and peace, Cancer awareness, Civil rights education and more. It is 6 million strong and growing.

It even has some of the best free ecards you have ever seen. Making a difference in the world is possible. - Linda understands social networking and her network of dedicated people that work to make a difference in this world is truly amazing. Tap in and find people that care passionately about many issues relating to pets and people that also care about people. Linda's Focus for her website is Dogs and their rescue and problems, but her network is involved in many social issues and you may find a cause you didn't even know was a problem.


Actual results of the 25 coats tested by the Humane Society - none were as labeled; 24 were either Raccoon Dog or Domestic Dog fur:

Celebrities for and against fur - which side of the line is your favorite celebrity or designer on?

Do your own research on this topic - further links on the fur trade:

What exactly is the Raccoon Dog?

Numbers don't lie - the SCARY facts about the fur trade:

Timeline on the Fur trade - this is NOT 'new' news, but OLD news:

Why wear real fur?

Talking points: Fur Trim, Real Fur is NOT warmer

What YOU can do about this:

Is that a 'Faux" Dog around your shoulders?   You might be surprised!