My friends,

I just wanted to let you know that Karen and I have started a new website devoted to everyone who is involved in Animal Rescue. It's called The International Registry of Animal Rescuers (aka The Rescue Registry) and is open to everyone who wishes to participate.

The mission of The Rescue Registry is to give everyone who is in Rescue a common site to visit, whether it's to seek information or guidance, share an experience that may answer another Rescuer's question, share their feelings over a rescue that has a positive outcome (or, conversely, a negative result), alert the community about a situation that involves stray or homeless animals, the possibilities are pretty much unlimited.

After we lost our newborn kitten Micro and his siblings in July ago we discussed the need for just such a site, so that we can become stronger and better Rescuers. At that time we realized that, despite what we think we know there is so much more to learn and so many others that we may be able to exchange information with. We hope that this site will be just what we all need.

There is no fee to become a member of The Rescue Registry, nor will we ever ask you for money in any form. We also do not recognize limits on breeds or species of animal. After all, a soul in need is a soul in need, no matter what. Once again, the only purpose of the website is to serve as a common ground for all Rescuers so that we may all become better at serving the poor souls that need us the most.

We invite you to visit the site at www.freewebs.com/rescueregistry/  and please tell us what you think.

We are open to any and all suggestions and want to tailor the site to fulfill your needs as Rescuers.

And if you know anyone who is in Rescue, we ask you to please pass along this information to them.

Rescue knows no boundaries, just efforts.

Have a great day,

Paul & Karen Toulotte
PetLife of Ocean City
Ocean City, MD., USA.

If you would like to know more about PetLife of Ocean City we invite you to visit our website at www.freewebs.com/wwwpetlifeoccom/ .

Their lives need our love.