Publication name: Boston Herald
URL for more info: http://bostonherald.com/news_opinion/local_coverage/2014/04/group_unleashes_ad_campaign
Summary: Boston Herald Radio host Jaclyn Cashman joined other local news personalities yesterday to launch a series of MBTA campaign ads for the Companion Animal Protection Society.
Publication name: Wicked Local
URL for more info: http://cohasset.wickedlocal.com/article/20140430/NEWS/140439743
Summary: Meet and take photos with Loren and Wally from 105.7 WROR-FM, local TV news legend Susan Wornick, and Boston Herald columnist and radio host Jaclyn Cashman at the Companion Animal Protection Society’s (CAPS) MBTA Ad Campaign Launch Party.
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Publication name: The Boston Globe
URL for more info: http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/regionals/south/2014/04/05/randolph-man-throws-out-first-pitch-sox-game/CJBqireMBRCCAZKnfQFjDI/story.html
CAPS HOLDING MEET AND GREET: If you want to meet and take photos with radio hosts Loren Owens and Wally Brine from WROR-FM, TV newscaster Susan Wornick, and Boston Herald columnist and radio host Jaclyn Cashman — not to mention one very cute basset hound — check out the Cohasset-based Companion Animal Protection Society’s April 30 event. The society’s MBTA ad campaign launch party is being held that day at the Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center in Boston, from 5:30 to 8 p.m., with advance tickets priced at $25, or $30 at the door.
The national ad campaign is designed to educate the public about puppy mills and the risks associated with buying dogs at pet shops supplied by those facilities. The ads, featuring professional models and rescue dogs, appear on MBTA commuter trains and at 20 train stations.
At the launch party, attendees can take pictures not just with human hosts but also with CAPS “spokesdog” Beatrice, a basset hound puppy-mill survivor and canine star of the ad campaign. The party will also feature free drinks and appetizers, gift bags, a silent auction, and a raffle.
The organization was founded by Deborah Howard of Hull, who owns Beatrice and other rescued animals. For information and tickets, visit www.caps-web.org.
Publication/Event date: 2014-02-27
Publication name: Bea’s Beat
URL for more info: http://www.caps-web.org/blogs/bea/2014/02/27/a-spokesmodels-indignation/
I thought for sure that South Shore Living had chosen me to be one of the 10 most influential women on the South Shore of Boston. I was able to live with the fact that the magazine had chosen Mother because she and I posed for photos together for the article. She also posed with the Bratty Brothers (Spencer, Wylie, and Oliver), but being that I was quite the consummate professional and they acted like brats, I was positive that the magazine was going to feature the photo of Mother and me posing on an overturned rowboat. To my dismay, the magazine used a photograph of Mother sitting with Oliver (Wylie is below them, but you can’t see much of him). Oliver is very prominent in the photo. How could this have happened?
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Wednesday, February 26, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM (EST)
Publication name: The Boston Globe
URL for more info: http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/regionals/south/2013/12/29/animal-protection-advocate-from-hull-expanding-reach/ao5Xjz5MGsF3tMOMn4AKVL/story.html
RESCUE MISSION: Deborah Howard is seeking local help in preventing cruelty to animals in pet shops and the so-called puppy mills that supply them.
Howard founded the Cohasset-based Companion Animal Protection Society in 1992, and has since taken her fight nationwide. Though the pet-store issue isn’t as big in Massachusetts (there are no pet shops in Boston, she said), there are chain pet stores in communities across the area, and she’d like to launch protests there.
Publication name: Opposing Views
URL for more info: http://www.opposingviews.com/i/society/animal-rights/san-diego-puppy-store-owner-david-salinas-defies-pet-shop-puppy-mill-ban#
Last week a new ordinance went into effect in the city of San Diego, Calif., making it illegal to sell or offer for sale any commercially bred puppy, kitten or bunny, whether they are from a Midwest puppy mill or a local breeder.
Publication/Event date: 2013-09-07
Publication name: International Business Times
URL for more info: http://www.ibtimes.com/pet-shop-bans-san-diego-la-albuquerque-elsewhere-underscore-escalating-war-puppy-mills-commercial
Remember that doggy in the window? The one with the waggly tail? In some places, he would now be illegal -- no matter how much he costs.
Publication/Event date: 2013-07-27
Publication name: The New York Times
URL for more info: http://kristof.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/07/27/treating-farm-animals-with-respect/?comments&_r=0#permid=139
My Sunday column is a side trip from the issues I mostly write about, and has nothing to do with international relations or politics. Rather, it’s about our ethical obligations to animals.
Comment by CAPS President Deborah Howard:
"I have long admired your column for addressing human rights issues, especially those of women in third world countries. Please also address the suffering of those animals kept in horrific conditions in thousand of puppy mills in the Midwest, PA and NY (the latter two have mostly Amish mills) in order to produce puppies for pet shop and Internet puppy sales.
The Companion Animal Protection Society, the nonprofit I started more than 20 years ago, has investigated more than 1,000 puppy (and cat) mills, most of them USDA-licensed. Our undercover employment investigation brought down one of the largest and most notorious dog brokers in the country (she had 900 adults dogs and 400 puppies). We were also behind the OIG's scathing report on the USDA's failure to enforce the Animal Welfare Act as it pertains to this industry.
While millions of dog, cats and other companion animals suffer and die in often substandard shelters around the country, uninformed consumers continue to buy, often on impulse, puppies and kittens from pet shops and online. There are 111 pet shops in NYC, Westchester and on Long Island. Meanwhile, the conditions at Animal Care and Control centers in NYC are horrible. Young kittens, often as young as a month or less, are routinely euthanized.
You and your readers can watch our undercover footage, read our investigation reports and learn more about our outreach and ordinance work on our website."
The New York Times: Can We See Our Hypocrisy to Animals?