Folk Uke was a guest on Lone Star State of Mind Radio, and you can hear the podcast on their site.
“Please adopt my friend Lucky Charms. He’s soooo sweet. He’s been living at the shelter for way too long. I would adopt him myself if I wasn’t at the legal limit for pet capacity.
Please visualize this with me: someone wonderful will take his guy home and their lives will be filled with luck and charm. Viva Lucky Charms! ” — Amy Nelson
Hide your husbands and lock up the children — Amy Nelson and Cathy Guthrie are on tour in California, opening for X!
Here’s the reported story on the picture: “Amy didn’t bring her own gum so she borrowed some from the wall [BubbleGum Alley]. Don’t worry. She put it back!”
So, no theft involved. It’s like Bike Share, only it’s gum share. Hope that girl’s tetnus shots are up to date.
Mahatma Gandhi said the greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated. Austin is certainly a city to be proud of.
We can thank Austin Pets Alive! for pushing our great city to become the LARGEST NO KILL CITY IN THE US where we save over 90% of animals that enter the city shelter. Without APA!, the save rate would only be 78%.
The animals that APA! saves are the pets that are hardest to adopt and most in need of a home. They need to be in the heart of Austin where everyone can see them.
There is a city council meeting on June 12th that will decide how the city will move forward with revamping Lamar Beach.
We need to speak up and let them know we value the work APA! has done and what they continue to do.
Please support Austin Pets Alive! as a stakeholder in the Master Plan for Lamar Beach. It is critical, for Austin and the pets in our community, that Austin Pets Alive’s Headquarters is rebuilt at Lamar Beach.
Here’s what you can do….
For more information about Austin Pets Alive!, visit their website and register your support:
Paula Nelson visited Austin Pets Alive and made some new friends. She took a few home with her, too! Paula Nelson, Amy Nelson, Raelyn Nelson, the whole fam damily are all active in animal rescue and protecting animals from abuse.
Thank you Janis Tillerson for sharing these photos from the Full Moon Full Life fundraising concert on May 20th at the Backyard Live Oak Amphitheater outside of Austin. The concert, hosted by Jessi Colter and son Shooter Jennings, was held to celebrate Waylon Jennings and Hank Cochran and benefiting pancreatic cancer research through the Nikki Mitchell Foundation featured Jamey Johnson, Paula Nelson, Lukas Nelson, Amy Nelson, Ray Benson, Cody Canada, Waylon Payne, members of Whiskey Myers and more.
For more information about about the Nikki Mitchell Foundation visit their website:
“Full Moon, Full Life” concert celebrating Waylon Jennings and Hank Cochran and benefitting pancreatic cancer research at The Backyard Live Oak Amphitheatre on May 20, featuring Jessi Colter, Shooter Jennings Official, Ray Benson, Cody Canada, Lukas Nelson, Official Paula Nelson Band, Waylon Payne, members of Whiskey Myers and more.