All About Marie

Animal Files columnist of the Orange County Register from 1992-2016; Emmy Award winning producer of Educational Television Programming; Host of "The Pet Place Radio Show" heard world-wide at; click the player below to listen. Producer/Director/Editor/Co-host of "The Pet Place TV Show" during the 19 years it ran on KDOC TV in Los Angeles and Orange Counties; Wife, Mother of five kids, Grandmother of two baby boys and one baby girl, and pet parent of two cats, one dog, many fish, and a cockatoo.

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Friday, June 30, 2017

RIP - Momo - Best Cat Ever

For those of you remember the cat adoption story that we used once a year (Since 2006) in our Pet Adoption TV show for the Irvine Shelter, we wanted to let you know that at 19 years of age, Momo the kitty passed away yesterday, with Ariana (also 19) by his side. He was a great cat who we loved, and he will be missed. RIP Momo.


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  3. I completely agree that shelter pets make great companions and I wish there were more people like you giving dogs like her a second chance. More and more often, animals at shelters have been given up due to economic reasons rather than for anything else. So just like Bonnie, a pretty significant number of shelter dogs are already trained and essentially turn-key pets.