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This blog was posted before our name change to For All Animals.

As we waited for the test results from the internist, we took Hoppy back to Dr. Wolf for a skin scraping and ringworm test ($32.75). It would be two weeks before they would have any answers. Lots of waiting.

After a few days we got a call from Atlantic Veterinary Internal Medicine of GB. The results from the needle aspirate gave them no reason to

This blog was posted before our name change to For All Animals.

There were some days and milestones that didn't warrant a whole post, but are worth mentioning.

I mentioned Hops tends to poop when he's in his carrier--below is a photo of his bathing tolerance. He just kind of goes limp until you tell him you're done.

On May 10th Hoppy sat "kind of" on my lap for the first time. He edged up to me and

This blog was posted before our name change to For All Animals.

It was Saturday morning, just two days after we took Hoppy to the internist. We went in to feed him and noticed he wasn’t putting weight on his front left foot. The night before he had partaken in some acrobatics involving our six foot tall storage shelves—landing himself on the very top shelf—with no obvious route down. We did rig up some wood boards

This blog was posted before our name change to For All Animals.

Kim Levin is a photographer who specializes in pet portraiture. Her company, Kim Levin Photography combines her passion for photography and her love of animals. Kim has published 19 books including the best-selling Cattitude and Why We Love Dogs. Kim’s work has appeared in publications including People Magazine, Reader’s Digest, The New York Daily News, New York Post, Photo District News, Italian Elle, Modern

This blog was posted before our name change to For All Animals.

As it turns out there are very few cat internists in Maryland, but lucky for us one of them, Atlantic Veterinary Internal Medicine & Oncology, shares an office with our local Pet ER—which we frequent more than we would like to admit.

All of Hoppy’s vet record had been faxed over—and were basically illegible—so we walked yet another doctor through the whole story. Feral cat

This blog was posted before our name change to For All Animals.

Kathy Tuite Leistner has been a photographer for almost 30 years. She is the owner of Leistner Photo and works part time for the local papers in East Rockway, New York and especially enjoys sports and pet photography. Her photographs have been published in national magazines and books, including Women See Men.

Below Leistner shares her experiences volunteering for her local animal shelter—to help increase

This blog was posted before our name change to For All Animals.

Due to a decrease in donations, HorseNet Horse Rescue in Maryland is being forced to close one of its two stables. This means a number of horses need to find new homes quickly. A friend of ours who adopted a horse from this rescue hooked us up with the stable manager so Photographers for Animals could help with updated photos to give these wonderful

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