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Foster CLUSTER

Sat, 07/21/2018 - 16:20 -- animalsynergy

So, what’s a Foster Cell that springs forth a Love Cluster?

A Cluster is a group of fantastical humans who would like to foster / are able to foster on a short term rotating basis.

This is a wonderful opportunity to ... Step outta your comfort zone, as this program works with your lifestyle. Foster 2 weeks to 1 month, whatever works for you, as you are then part of the love cluster who together will provide all the spoiling and smushicorn snuggles for that one special love nugget. This will consist of 3 families in the rotation ~ it’s cyclical like a record babay...

Specialty Beings: Pity & Fear.

Sat, 10/29/2016 - 07:05 -- animalsynergy

We tend to focus on the special needs element as a hindrance, as something sad or broken. We also focus on things like heart disease, a busted hip, nappy teeth as something wrong - instead of seeing it as a condition that is treatable/ manageable with proper medical care (something everyone should be privy too - both companion animals and human animals). It's time to see life through loving lenses, to become a voice for the voiceless, and to implement Action, together!

TLC for special needs animals

Wed, 03/25/2015 - 14:43 -- animalsynergy

Our nuggets are making waves on the front page! Check out this amazing article in today's Union Tribune. We'd like to say a special thank you to Karla Peterson & the Union Tribune for this beautiful write-up about our organization and its quirky, old, spirited animals. We couldn't be happier that senior and special needs animals are finally getting the recognition and love they deserve. Please share this story far and wide... & if you have a moment, shoot Karla an email and let her know how much you appreciate her kindness, support (& wicked writing skills).

The Art of Saving Animals

Thu, 06/19/2014 - 09:32 -- animalsynergy

Check out our nice little write-up in the online edition of San Diego Magazine. We sure are happy about this, because it gives our message of "love and kindness to all animals no matter what" a burst of momentum. So much of what we do requires educating the public, and this write-up has given us a wonderful opportunity to do just that. Thank you, San Diego Magazine! We are truly grateful for what you¹ve done for us.

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