Pets, Animals & Social Media by Ron Callari
Welcome to my Homepage. As a freelance writer and editorial cartoonist, my published work explores current trends on the digital horizon, social media, humor, politics and innovation. I treat global geo-political issues with the same weight of importance as cartoons and Twitter.
Also keenly interested in the safety of our pets, and will be writing here about various issues pertinent to pet travel, pet innovation and how social media intersects with the pet world.
Ron has also been a contributing writer for InventorSpot - the most popular invention site in the world, where he focuses on social media issues and evolving technology.
In a world where we are barraged daily by data overload, I try to cut through the clutter by delivering new insights with off-center, but hopefully insightful commentary. Your comments and feedback are always welcome. If you're on Twitter, please give me a follow. If you need a friend, let's connect on Facebook! But in any event, please come back often!
While some charity reports have stated that bequests to animal charities far outweigh donations to human causes, and that there are more fundraisers for animals, the evidence doesn't support this thesis. On November 11th, the Mirror in the UK reported that huge donations bequeathed to dogs and cats dwarf those going to good causes helping vulnerable and abused children.
Bats, black cats, crows and spiders often get the bad rap for the creatures most likely to scare on Halloween. But are they the only ones that go bump in the night sending chills up and down your spine? Or are there others just as menacing and worthy of scaring the heck out of trick 'n treaters, young and old?
America may not have royalty to put up on a pedestal, but we do have one couple that comes pretty darn close . . . namely, the Clooneys! And while, Amal Clooney is not in the family-way, per se, the Hollywood couple recently added to growing brood . . .
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