Guest Post: Tamara Wrigley – Taao Has Arrived Safely in Calgary from Thailand!


Taao started her journey on July 23, when my brother Jeremy and sister-in-law Buay took her to the airport. She flew from Nakhon Si Thammarat to Bangkok. There, she spent a day and a half with Pat, a volunteer who took care of the necessary paperwork and vet checks. Then it was time for her long … [Read more...]

Guest Post: Madhu Suri Prakash – Peaceful Revolution? Gandhi’s Four Paths to Get There


A (non) + Himsa (violence) = Ahimsa Gandhi lived Ahimsa as a daily practice, waging peace to stop war and violence. His lifelong “experiments” with truth proved that truth force is more powerful than brute force. Ahimsa reveals forms of peace that extend far beyond mere absence of war. For … [Read more...]

Guest Post: Robb Mead – New Tactics of the Seal Haters in La Jolla


The seal haters in La Jolla, California, have started new tactics to drive the seals off the beach without being cited. On May 14, Mayor Bob Filner directed the police, lifeguards, and ranger to start issuing citations to people who harass or disturb the seals for any reason. Ever since then, the … [Read more...]

Guest Post: Tamara Wrigley – Help Get Taao to YYC


I was recently in Thailand, doing a spay/neuter project. While I was there, I met a young street dog named Taao. She is only about eight months old, and she is so very sweet. She has a bad leg, which makes it very difficult for her to compete with the other dogs for food. She is pretty submissive, … [Read more...]

Guest Post: Tamara Wrigley – Spaying Strays in Thailand


I recently traveled from Calgary, Canada, to Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand. The original purpose of the trip was to visit my brother and his family, but it became so much more than that. One evening, while talking with my brother about our plans, I mentioned that on a previous trip, I had been … [Read more...]