Ep.#104: Voice For The Animal.org’s Melya Kaplan returns to discuss the business benefits of pets & real estate, why you should smash someone’s car window, what the circus & Sea World don’t want you to know, & increasing your child’s I.Q. via compassion

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Melya Kaplan (http://www.vftafoundation.org) founded Voice For The Animals in 1999. Melya was inspired to start Voice For The Animals after seeing many homeless cats and dogs wandering the streets of Venice when she first moved to the community. She quickly realized there was a dire need for a new type of animal protection organization. Melya returns to the LLA podcast to share the

latest happenings at VFTA, why real estate and pet rescue are a match made in heaven, as well as the following:

  • What did a guy looking to move in a new apartment do that totally pis-ed Mike off
  • What is the biggest issue in terms of pet-friendly housing & why is it a bonus in the real estate market
  • Why the stigma about tenants who have pets ruining rentals is a myth
  • Why spaying and neutering pets actually extends the life of your pet
  • How much of a role do puppy mills play into the overcrowding of shelters and increased animal population 
  • Why you may have the legal right to smash someone’s car window & if so, why you should start now
  • What studies have shown in terms of the relationship to compassion, increased I.Q.s in children, as well as the cycle of violence
  • What you may not know about circuses, Sea World, and other animal entertainment
  • Why does VFTA makes a point to accept underage volunteers
  • How social media has played a huge role in animal rescue and other positive situations, in spite of the typical online flame wars and selfie fests
  • Why should cats always remain inside
 
 
 
All this and much more:
 
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