Lori’s first guest is Animals Today legal analyst, Bob Ferber, who discusses the recent Tennessee law, which protects good Samaritans from legal retaliation when they break into hot cars to rescue imperiled animals
Then, Joe Meile with Committee to Abolish Sport Hunting returned to explain yet another twisted variety of captive or canned hunting. Unusual forms of animals like albino lions and springboks, and other unnatural crossbreeds are being created especially so hunters can have the experience of killing them. Hunters pay a large premium for the opportunity to do so.
Peter then welcomes Laura J. Moss, author of Adventure Cats – Living Nine Lives to the Fullest. Not only are more kitties strolling neighborhoods sporting harnesses and leashes, but they travel the world, sightsee, scale mountains, go swimming, enjoy sailing, and more! Could (or should) your cat be an adventure cat?
Finally, what risks do pesticides pose to your dogs and cats? What precautions should you take when your home or surrounding is treated to address pest problems? Veterinarian Robert Reed returns with good advice to keep dogs and cats from being harmed by the multitude of agents now in use.