If the Clog were to ask you the top three reasons you miss home, we’re willing to bet that one of those reasons includes food. And what food could make you more nostalgic for home (and your childhood) than Cocoa Puffs and Lucky Charms? If you are indeed part of the Saturday morning cartoons-and-colorful-cereal gang (also try to say that three times fast), we have good news!
Cafe Yesterday not only serves all kinds of funky cereal, you can also top it off with chocolate chips, cookies, gummy bears and whipped cream among other things. We’re guessing your mom never let you do that. read more »
Nothing grabs at the heart quite as strongly as adorable, fuzzy animals. The people over at Paw Fund seem to know this, as it is a nonprofit that helps both the homeless and lower-income to pay for medical bills for their pets.
Founded in January by Jill Posener, the organization started with $25,000 in donations and has helped about 30 animals get spayed or neutered and obtained medical attention for 50 others.
This Sunday, May 22, Paw Fund along with People and Animals Living Safely will hold a free animal care clinic in People’s Park from 11 am to 4 pm. We’re just glad that help is being made more readily available for these animals.
Image Source: Jodene under Creative Commons
Pets of the homeless to get help at People’s Park clinic [Berkeleyside]