The Inhumane Society: Animal Abuse Registry Established

We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals.” ~Immanuel Kant 

In the United States of America, when a member of our society participates in an unacceptable behavior against other human beings, they are either jailed or in some cases, submitted to a public registry of like-minded deviants. The general public is usually given the opportunity to identify these offenders; we can find out where they live, how they look, and the nature of their offense (sometimes in detail). 
Enter 2011: It’s about time that our society evolves to consider unacceptable societal behavior toward animals to be just as taboo, just as despicable– and to be just as punishable by law. In Albany County, New York Legislature is set to hold a hearing on Tuesday, September 27 to discuss adoption of an online

Peace Of Mind: Lost Pet GPS-Cell Phone Tracking is Here

For centuries pet owners have adopted the use of the classic Pet ID tag as an insurance policy for (hopefully) finding their precious Fluffy or Bella. Unfortunately, in the time before cell phones, we can only imagine that a distraught family with heartbroken children would sit at home by their rotary phones as they prayed and held on to hope for that golden phone call: for the return of their lost family member and best buddy. I’m sure, even today, families still deal with the same travesty. In my mind, its like backing up your hard drive. You know you should do it, but it’s a hassle, you are busy, and what are the chances that your drive would really crash? And then on one unsuspecting day your drive goes boom and you are left paying the price of mental anguish and depression because of lost, irreplaceable pictures and documents. “I’ll never let that happen again”, right?

So as we evolved, as well as our technology, the microchip revolution began over a decade ago and we began implanting microchips under the skin of our beloved pets. In case you are unfamiliar with this technology, a microchip is a “small, electronic chip enclosed in a glass cylinder that is about the same size as a grain of rice. The microchip itself does not have a battery