Are Your Pets Prepared for a Disaster?

Story by Hannah C. Wood/Red Cross Cascades Region A 2018 study by Banfield Pet Hospital showed that 91% of pet owners are unprepared for a disaster. For many of us, […]

Cat Rescue In Minot, ND

When the Red Cross does damage assessment, we also get to rescue stranded cats! How awesome is that?! Red Cross damage assessment team rescues cat in flood from Ron Frank […]

FINAL CONTEST: #just1thing For Your Pets

Sure, we’ve talked about preparing kids and families, but for many Portlanders, there’s one VIP that we might have missed. So, for this final week of Preparedness Month, we’re turning […]

Paging Doctor House…

I’m probably the last person on the planet to start watching the television show “House.” But with frequent blood transfusions, CPR compressions and other Red Cross-focused emergencies, I figure I’m […]

Friday Final Cut

Due to a massively malfunctioning computer, I’m blogging from home today. This, sadly, means that I don’t have access to my folder of awesome (but no time to blog) links […]

Friday Final Cut

It’s Friday, and I once again find myself with a plethora of stories. So here’s your final cut…everything that I want to share, but don’t have time to blog. Enjoy! […]

Giving a New ‘Leash’ on Life

KVAL (Eugene) has their top story this weekend spotlighting a very special blood donor! Meet Ginger, an active Springfield blood donor. At only eight and a half years old, she […]