I love watching cats look out the window
A cat sitter is like having a staff person that will come to the home and care for the cats every need.
https://youtu.be/R86zmRebg0Q Have you ever felt confused by pet door labels? They are truly a marketing puzzle to me. I interviewed Dr. Lee from Morningstar Animal Hospital in Kingston for some tips on reading pet food labeling and the rules that drive the content on the labels. This segment aired on PCN -Pactv Community News Show on march 2 2017. Special...
https://youtu.be/ewiNl2Nx7m4 Check it out! I was honored to be included in this video as a member in the voice over booth (my fav spot) of PACTV (Plymouth Area Community Television). They're celebrating their 20th Anniversary and they produced a #manneqinchallenge! So much fun! My husband Dustin Fleming filmed this with a co-worker Erika. What an amazing job! Especially that everyone involved...
My daily CAT alert share this great story about the Museum Exhibit on Cat Ladies! Not sure if I like this title,  but I do love how they promote and educate about TNR through the exhibit itself and promotes the incredible work that Cat Ladies (and cat men) do to help cats. The article has a great radio segment to listen...
https://youtu.be/v51XsSsc_4I On Halloween weekend Papas Pet Project had a grand opening celebration to usher in the new pet supply store and soon to open adoption center at their new location at 14 Manomet Point Road, in Manomet. Dustin and I arrived just in time to see a few kittens and dogs dressed in adorable costumes! We had a lot of fun...
While visiting a local craft fair at the Mayflower Congregational Church in kingston from 10-3 today, I met Donna Wagner, mother of my friend Laurie Wagner of Quiet Dog Daycare and Doggie Fun and Fitness in Kingston. Donna was selling beautiful pillows designed with vintage calendars! You remember the linen towels, grandmas hung on the wall? Well, she had some...
Id LOVE to see pictures for inspiration. Especially if you have cats in the picture.
PACTV shared my story about the video award, and the article was in Wicked Local on Friday October 28th 2016 Read the article online here on Wicked Local     KINGSTON — Tonia Fleming, of Kingston, won first place in the Alliance for Community Northeast Region’s annual video festival. Fleming has a Bachelor of Science from Emerson College in speech performance. Her show, “Purr View”...