View All Pets Duke Hi. My name is Duke. The first thing you will notice is that I am a happy boy, who loves to play.
I stopped caring about my community, my neighbors, and those I serve. I stopped caring today because a once noble profession has become despised, hated, distrusted, and mostly unwanted. I stopped caring today because parents refuse to teach their kids right from wrong and blame us when they are caught breaking the law.
Moms hate us in their schools because we frighten them and remind them of the evil that lurks in the world. We always kill innocent people with unjust violence.
We are called bullies for using a Taser during a fight, but are condemned further for not first tasing the guy who pulls a gun on us. I stopped caring today as no one wants us around, but instantly demands answers, results, arrests, when a crime takes place.
To never accept responsibility for ones actions, but to blame everyone else instead of themselves. To argue that getting stoned should be a right, yet getting a job or an education is a hassle. To steal verus earn. To hate versus help. Yes, I stopped caring today.
But tomorrow, I will put my uniform back on and I will care again.Washington, DC Week for the Animals kicks off on Saturday, May 26th and concludes on Sunday, June 3, (Please note after DC Week, Washington, DC will be handing the baton off to the International Weeks for the Animals - United Kingdom Week for the Animals.
Caregiving: A Universal Occupation. Most people will become caregivers—or need one—at some point in their lives.
A caregiver is anyone who provides basic assistance and care for someone who is frail, disabled, or ill and needs help. It is important to know that the Whatcom Humane Society is an “open admission” humane society. This means that we promise to accept into our care ANY animal that comes to us.
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Caring Society (@Caringsociety). The Caring Society stands with First Nations children, youth, and families for equal opportunities to succeed. Ottawa, ON. Nurses working in preanesthesia and postanesthesia care, ambulatory surgery, and pain management are dedicated to caring for patients and their families.
The 41st annual National Nursing Assistants’ Week provides a timely opportunity to foster and showcase the wonderful things that can happen for residents and workers when we join together in planning your special Week, “Nursing Assistants: Creating a Community of Caring.”.