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Fire and other disasters strike with no rhyme or reason, respect no neighborhood borders or demographic profile. But they are lightning-fast, brutal, and permanent.
Like tens of thousands of other families every year, my wife and I survived a fire last year which destroyed our home. In the time it takes a spark to flash, our lives were changed forever.
In an effort to inform our readers about the ever-present threat that can strike anyone, anywhere, thedailygrudge.com is excited to announce a new feature called HINTS AND HEROES. It will provide ideas from leading organizations and experts to help avoid a catastrophe as well as offer advice as to what to do when it strikes.
It will also tell the stories of heroes-both in and out of uniform, whose actions have saved the day and whose planning and precautions helped avoid an emergency entirely.
Created with pet owners in mind. we think you will find this section an interesting and useful resource whether your household includes pets or not.
THE DAILY GRUDGE joins the NFFF in celebrating International Firefighters Day on May 4th
thedailygrudge.com is a strong supporter of fire and emergency rescue and support organizations. Here in New York, Friends of Firefighters perform important support to our first responders.
Give your dogs their own space to learn and feel secure with the Klimb from Blue-9. The Klimb was developed by dog trainers as defined place for solving common problems like jumping on guests, begging at the table and barking. As you teach your dog better manners with the help of training videos from Blue 9 they begin to understand that the Klimb is their place to go to work and be rewarded. The Klimb is lightweight and easy to carry anywhere making it great for travel wit…
Pet Adoption Program Expands To Help Seniors Keep Pets Amid The Pandemic
Each year the non-profit Pets for the Elderly helps more than 5,000 seniors pay the cost to adopt a pet. Now they are expanding their program to help cover the expense of keeping one, including food and veterinary care at participating shelters …
SOURCE: cnn.com November 12th, 2020