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I graduated from St. John's University School of Law in 2012, and am admitted to practice law in New York State. I was a member of the New York City Bar Association's Animal Law Committee for three years. I was born and raised in Rhode Island, but moved to New Mexico when I was 18. After dabbling in film for two years, I graduated from the University of New Mexico with a degree in Anthropology. I've been living in New York City since 2008, and currently reside in Brooklyn with my boyfriend and our two cats. I am a former organizer with Direct Action Everywhere - New York City.
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My April 2018 #readathon progress post! books, pages, and my #giveaway!

This post will be stuck to my front page, and updated throughout the readathon. For reference, please see my previous post. I woke up late today, so I did not get started reading until about 11 AM – the readathon started at 8 am! I’m disappointed that I couldn’t get up earlier, but hopefully I … Continue reading

It’s the #readathon! Find out what I’ll be reading and enter my giveaway. Also, some sad news.

Hi everyone, It is with a broken heart that I have to share the news that one of our family dogs, Penny, passed away yesterday. She lived 14 years happily among cats, dogs, humans and even a couple of turtles who loved her. I got to see her in February when I visited home and … Continue reading

Reading Series – Strays – Chapters 10 and 11

As usual, this post will contain some light spoilers, so read at your own risk.

Reading Series – Strays – Chapters 8 and 9

As usual, this post will contain some light spoilers, so read at your own risk.

Reading Series: Strays – Chapters 6 and 7

A discussion of my thoughts from my latest reads, chapters 6 and 7, of the novel Strays. Continue reading

Reading Series: Strays: Chapters 4 & 5

Apologies for my delay! Let’s see, I had a gas pipe leak in my house, then I went on vacation and didn’t have much computer access, and now I’m back home and my laptop isn’t working. But, I’m here now. For this post, I will cover chapters 4 and 5. Next Sunday I will discuss … Continue reading

The NO MILK Revolution

Originally posted on The Paw Report:
It is estimated that around 11,000 years ago “dairying” practices began with the transition from hunter-gathering to agriculture. Archaeological evidence supporting this includes bone growth patterns of cattle: calves would be killed before their first birthday so that humans could exploit their mothers for milk; cattle that were full…

Animal Law and New York: Bills to Watch Out For in 2018

This information came my way via the National Link Coalition newsletter for January. The National Link Coalition is dedicated to stopping violence against people and animals. I highly recommend its monthly newsletter as a way to stay on top of the latest in criminal justice, child protection, legislation, and more, regarding animal cruelty and “interspecies … Continue reading

Number of the Day: 44 (Wolves Killed in Wyoming trophy hunt)

44 wolves killed in Wyoming’s first trophy wolf hunt since 2013 https://t.co/TgagEhAiBI via @IdahoStateJ — NY Wolf Center (@nywolforg) January 27, 2018 In total, 76 wolves were killed in Wyoming in 2017. 43 were legally killed during the licensed hunting season of October through December, with an additional wolf being killed illegally. The remaining 32 … Continue reading

Why “Animal Lovers” Need to Join #TheResistance Against Trump: Part 1 – Trump Hates Dogs (AND PETS)

This series on why animal lovers need to dump Trump and join The Resistance against Trump and his administration may lose me followers. It may bring on attacks to my page and Twitter account. I don’t care. Almost every day, I come across people on Twitter and other social media platforms who proclaim themselves to … Continue reading