FAQ: Who are the AmbassaDOGS and DiploCATS? Posted on Wednesday, 4 July 2018

They are the doggies and kitties of our volunteer speakers. Most were rescued, adopted, and are now happy members of the CARA family. They often represent CARA in events and school visits. Of course, they are always accompanied by their human parents.

Strike, Sweetie, and Kulit at Waggin Tales 2018 by Trina Kiedis CARA ambassadogs interacting with students CARA ambassadogs interacting with students
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In the next weeks, expect a series of informational posts featuring questions that are frequently asked of CARA. We hope this will help clarify some issues and concerns about what CARA is and what we do.

See the rest of the FAQs here.

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This entry was posted on Wednesday, July 4th, 2018 at 3:02 pm and is filed under Issues.

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Michelle is a bookworm as well as an animal lover. She founded the CARA Blog Community in 2014 to help spread the awareness of responsible pet ownership to the public and to strengthen the group's online presence. She served as the site's editor in chief up to January 2019. She continues to blog for a purpose in various media channels.
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