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Veronica Coit, Asheville Cat Weirdos
Veronica Coit, a full-time hairdresser who is married with two children, calls herself a â€œcat lady for life.â€ She spearheads the Asheville Cat Weirdos, a Facebook group that she started in 2016. That group has now grown to almost 9,000 members, all from the greater Asheville, North Carolina area. The group has also grown from simply being a place for cat lovers to converse to a full-fledged 501(c)3 organization with multiple programs to help local cat owners in need keep their beloved pets. Programs include an emergency fund to cover the cost of veterinary bills, the â€œCat Pantryâ€ (a cat food pantry that also carries litter and flea and worm treatments), and a spay/neuter incentive program. The group has a full board of directors, and a number of volunteers who make these programs happen. Â Veronica, who has some personal experience with what itâ€™s like to be working and yet still not be able to afford needed veterinary care, is thrilled at what the Asheville Cat Weirdos have accomplished in just a few short years. She tells Stacy that it is a community of people who truly care about each other, and who are working to help each other. Â To learn more, visit the Asheville Cat Weirdos websiteÂ or, if youâ€™re in the Asheville area, join their Facebook page. You can also visit their Emergency Fund FacebookÂ page, their Cat Pantry Facebook page, or you can follow @Ashevillecatweirdoson Instagram.
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The Health of the Food Industry
Food unites humanity, but the food industry can be a divisive place to work. We look at Asheville as a microcosm of the issues plaguing U.S. food and restaurant workers -- and of how we can come together to help solve those issues.Learn more about advertising on the HowStuffWorks podcasts at www.howstuffworks.com/advertisers.htmAnd to learn about your ad choices when listening to podcasts, visit https://www.howstuffworks.com/privacy.htm#ad-choices
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Our Strategies for Raising Active Plant-Based Kids
We all want to raise healthy, active children, and sometimes, that can feel really difficult. While they both still have a lot to learn, here are Matt and Doug's strategies for getting their three kids (collectively) to eat a plant-based diet, stay active, and develop a healthy mindset.