Sunday, June 10, 2007

Mr. Ed

Okay, we all know Mr. Ed's a horse of course. Wrong! Ed Kostro goes by Mr. Ed at the Author's Den. I get email nearly every morning: "Mr. Ed has added a new poem." Or story, article, book. He's a busy writer.

But Ed is more than just a writer. He's an animal activist, but not one of those letting out lab monkeys (well, maybe he is). Instead Ed Kostro spends his time and energies in a variety of ways helping animals wherever they're in need: shelters, rescue groups, wherever he can help.

Please stop over at Ed's Author's Den or Ed's MySpace and check out what he's up to. You'll be inspired if you love animals even a little bit.

From Ed's Author's Den site:

Ed Kostro is a freelance writer with a passion for nature, animals, our valiant veterans, world history, nostalgia, and humor. He's a member of The Society of Southwestern Authors and The Cat Writers' Association, and the Vice President of the newly formed International Animal Writers and Illustrators Association.

Ed is also a veterans' advocate, an environmentalist, animal rights activist, animal rescue worker, and proud member of The National Wildlife Federation, The World Wildlife Fund, Defenders of Wildlife, The Humane Society of the United States, The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, The Assisi Foundation, The Best Friends Animal Network, and Alley Cat Allies.

4 comments:

  1. Often we get so wrapped up in fighting injustices against humans, we forget the injustices against our four legged friends, and the heroes who stand up for them.

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  2. Marva, my wife and I took a hurricane dog in after Katrina. Cayenne is a reddish German Shepherd/Chow mix but she looks like a small version of the Shepherd. She has been one of the best dogs I've ever owned. She had been left tied to a porch in New Orleans. When we found her, she was in the early stages of rehabilitation and we paid daily visits to the kennel until she was well enough to go home. Here is the original post with photos. By the way, I found your place via Tomcat's blog. I like it. Nice job. Unique.

    Sorry, this is starting to sound like a movie review. :)

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  3. Thanks for stopping in, Robert. Also, thanks for being a good person. Cayenne looks like a sweet dog.

    I hope you visit Mr. Ed's sites, too.

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  4. nice website
    very informative

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