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Carole Radziwill: I’m a Proud Cat Lady
Carole Radziwill explains why she's not a great kitten foster mom.
I loved everything about this episode. And when I say everything I mean everything with the exception of anything to do with TipsyGirl, Nannies, Squirting, Madame Paulette, or a man named Raaaaaay. Which leaves just one thing: Kittens!!!
I was a failure as a foster mom. I lied. I did get attached. Fostering is not for the faint of heart. My friend, Beth Stern, got me involved with North Shore Animal League and I couldn’t have been more grateful. It is the world’s largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption shelter and has adopted nearly ONE MILLION animals to date. Beth is truly an amazing person. I'm not just saying that because we are pals. If Ghandi and Christie Brinkley got married and had a baby it would be Beth. Her life’s work has been animal rescue and no one works harder and better than she does. Please check out her Instagram. You will die of cuteness overload. Beth fosters approximately 200 kittens a year. That is 200 forever families blessed with the love of a pet.
If you’re looking to adopt an adorable, cuddly cat to spoil and love, North Shore Animal League America is fully prepared to send you one that will melt ice caps in Antarctica. With “Kitten Season” in full swing, the time of year when cats give birth, flooding animal shelters and rescue groups across the nation with homeless litters, Animal League America is inundated with beautiful kittens and adult cats waiting to find their perfect matches.
Thankfully, their no-kill philosophy guarantees these lucky felines will be placed up for adoption and placed in responsible, loving homes. With hundreds of highly adoptable kittens, cats, puppies and dogs available for adoption at any time, you’ll be sure to find the purr-fect (ok, I know it’s overused) four-legged addition to your family.
To find out everything you need to know about the world’s largest no-kill rescue and adoption organization-including information on other ways you can help like fostering, sponsoring or donating check out one of their many mobile adoption events across the tri-state area at:
Or visit their website:
About the other felines on this week’s episode? Well, none of them are nearly as cute or loveable as Vinny. But they sure as hell are entertaining. Let’s be honest, Ramona and Dorinda battling it out on Second Avenue was amaaazing.