When I started up the Don Cherry’s Pet Rescue Foundation, my vision was to someday make it the go to source of many different aspects of Pet Rescue. I had to officially describe this vision for many documents that are required to do such a thing. This came in the form of government paperwork, Board of Directors’ forms , and even brochures that required us to describe our goals that could be read in 15 seconds or less. With these demands I relied on many sources.
Now I am to write articles on issues. I thought I’d start with explaining some of the disturbing controversies described in our brochure. In it, I recommend people get educated about certain issues and be part of a solution, not part of the problem. (…and ignorance, is the main problem).
So, knowing this is the world of Google and if people really wanted to know what Black Dog Syndrome is, with a few clicks and they would know. Therefore, I concluded I have to put a “Cherry” spin on such dilemmas to get people’s attention in what I have to say. I see how my father puts a spin on issues via not only Coaches Corner, but to his 750,000+ followers on twitter that reflect his sometimes unique approach on issues. People find whether they agree with him or not, it’s informative, enlightening, and entertaining.
So my goal in life, is to do for Animals Issues what he does for hockey. You may not agree with a lot on how I, Cindy Cherry view things, but it will give you some unique outlooks and facts, mostly not Googleable. See, I have started already, by making up a new word. So Stay tune.
To me there are 3 elements in the world of rescuing pets. The person that takes them out of horrible conditions, the people that chose to adopt these homeless animals, and then there are the foster parents.read more
First let me tell you how, I, Cindy Cherry came to hear about this mostly unknown fact that Canada leads the way in the world of developing 5 distinct breeds. I came to learn about this fact when Grant Crossman owner of the Canadian Pet Expo…read more
Our laws here in Canada are among the worst in the Western World in addressing animal cruelty. Bill C-246, if passed, would have closed the loopholes in these laws that let animal abusers escape criminal prosecution and conviction.read more