Author Archives Traci Howerton

  • (2/14/07) UPDATED ARNO volunteer Anabel Salinas was helping out with an animal transport recently when she encountered two extremely thin and injured dogs roaming off the I-10. With the help of a good samaritan who also saw the dogs, and french fries as a lure, the two women were able to catch the thinnest dog. […]

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  • – by Charlotte Bass-Lilly There is so much said about how many are still left on the street…is it five, ten, twenty or forty thousand animals? Cats always outnumber the dogs, and the feline species has proven the better survivor having an innate ability to attune their metabolic rate with what the environment has to […]

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  • August 2007 NEW ORLEANS, Animal Rescue New Orleans (ARNO) — This is written as those of us in New Orleans are ‘experiencing’ the second anniversary… a visit from our President, appearing both in our area and on the Mississippi gulf coast, and senators, and mayors, and chaplains, and memorial services to the 1,800 who were […]

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  • ( 2/6/08 ) Photos ©2008 ARNO/Laura Richard On Wednesday, January 30 2008, rescuers who labored and risked their lives on water/land rescuing pets after Katrina came together for a memorial service and quietly protested recent events. Representatives of Animal Rescue New Orleans (ARNO), Pasado’s Safe Haven, Katrina Animal Rescue Team (KART) and Capitol Area Animal […]

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  • Boy and Rocca, Part I (7/15/08) – by Lise N. McComiskey They are disinterest, dislike and distrust; They are the left behind, unwittingly, unwillingly or without care, they are a mystery; They are the curiosity that bends with persistent hunger; They are the glimpse of another society; They are the mud under my fingernails, nails […]

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  • (7/15/08) – Editor’s Note Keeping ARNO’s controlled food/water stations going is a double-edged sword these days. The object of these stations, still placed in uninhabited and/or sparsely inhabited areas, is to keep the animals sustained with food, and to be able to suspend feeding in order to easily trap and spay/neuter, inoculate, and ear-tip. The […]

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  • (7/15/08) – by Charlotte Bass-Lilly No, we didn’t get new ‘uniforms’ designed by Donnatella Versace, or D&G, or Donna Karan… not anything of the sort. “W” magazine was coming to New Orleans and doing a huge section on the recovery of New Orleans and wanted to include the ‘people to watch’ in the recovery of […]

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  • (7/15/08) – by Lise N. McComiskey Forward by Buddy’s Dad, Merrick “Rick” Morton He is a rescue that was not supposed to live. If you saw him now you would never know he is the same dog that was rescued from the side of the road in Mississippi. Buddy was never supposed to walk on […]

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  • by Charlotte Bass-Lilly NEW ORLEANS, LA: — It was discovered today in the Carrollton Riverbend area of uptown New Orleans that a new union is forming in what is traditionally a non-union, right-to-work state. A small piece of torn paper, sprinkled with kitty litter, revealed a portion of a flyer distributed by Delton DeGris. Delton, […]

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  • A week vacation turns into love for a city, the culture and its people (August 20, 2008)  By Allison Winfield Kaloo My 17-year-old son and I decided on NOLA for our annual “Mom & Josh’s Great Adventure.” The trip would mark going into his senior year of high school and prove to be a landmark […]

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