Marigold wandered the streets of Watsonville – lost and alone. She is an old, blind dog who is incredibly sweet. She was taken to the shelter in Santa Cruz, but no one came to look for her. After her stray period was up, the shelter contacted CAPE for help. The veterinarian at the shelter thought Marigold might be a good candidate for CAPE’s Hospice or Assisted Living Program.
Luckily, one of our hospice care volunteers offered to take her in. So transport from Santa Cruz to Grass Valley has been arranged and on Tuesday we are welcoming Marigold to CAPE.
Marigold will settle into her new home for a day or two and then be taken to one of our vets for a complete work up including and exam, bloodwork,
and dental check-up. We will make sure that Marigold is comfy and well cared for throughout her golden years. WE will keep you posted as her
Ingrid, President and Co-founder of PETA, has an engaging new book out called Animalkind, which she co-wrote with Gene Stone of Forks Over Knives. Animalkind details a wealth of world-rocking information about animals' intelligence, emotional complexity, intricate communication networks, and a myriad of other abilities that make them the unique individuals they are. You can purchase her phenomenal book and listen to her speak on February 29 at Congregation B'Nai Israel in Sacramento.
Doors open at 1PM and Ingrid takes the stage at 1:30. Ingrid will also be doing a book signing for AnimalKind at the end of this event. You can purchase your book in advance when you buy you buy your ticket on Eventbrite here!
Ingrid's accomplishments as a leader in the animal rights movement are vast. She has the ability to be candid and playful with her audience while spotlighting important issues faced by animals around the world. She has brought justice to countless exploited animals and in turn, has changed the way society looks at all species.
We are thrilled and honored to host Ingrid and hope to see you there. All proceeds benefit Center for Animal Protection & Education rescue programs!
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“"Never, never be afraid to do what's right, especially if the well-being of a person or animal is at stake. Society's punishments are small compared to the wounds we inflict on our soul when we look the other way."