CriticalSavings.com, a blog that provides information about animals around the world and how to help them, has published new blog posts...
San Leandro, CA (PRWEB) April 4, 2010
San Leandro, California April 22, 2010 – CriticalSavings.com, a blog that provides information about animals around the world and how to help them, has published new blog posts titled “Geckos as Pets,” “The ASPCA,” and “Animal Sanctuaries.”
The post “Geckos as Pets” from CriticalSavings.com examines the diverse assortment of geckos that people keep as pets. The author describes geckos as beautiful creates that have “a variety of different colors and patterns.” The post notes that the leopard gecko is frequently chosen as the pet for first time gecko owners. Additionally, crested geckos are mentioned as another great gecko to have as a pet.
“The ASPCA” reveals the history, goals and programs of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The ASPCA dates back to 1866, according to the blog post on CriticalSavings.com, after it was founded by Henry Bergh. A precedent was set by allowing the group to make arrests “for crimes against animals,” the author notes. Finally, the author asks readers to donate to the ASPCA, pointing out that it is a non-profit organization.
“Animal sanctuaries are places where animals who are homeless and at risk are brought…” begins the post “Animal Sanctuaries” on CriticalSavings.com. Unlike shelters, the post mentions, sanctuaries are designed to be permanent residences for these beleaguered animals. The American Sanctuary Association is known to provide assistance to animal sanctuaries, especially when they care for exotic creatures. “Animal Sanctuaries” gives one example of an animal sanctuary in the United States: Forever Wild, an exotic animal sanctuary in California.
CriticalSavings.com was launched in February of 2010, and wrote blog entries about topics like dog rescues and the temperament of the boxer. Website Business is responsible for designing and maintaining the site structure of CriticalSavings.com.