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About Rebecca the Author

Rebecca

Who is Rebecca?

Rebecca Camarena is a freelance PR and article writer and editor. She is an obsessive article writer and blogger…having been published in the pet and wedding industry… interviewed over 700 authors at her blogs…published  2000+ posts on her own blogs…blogged her pets way to fame….and fortune?….we’ll she’s still working on that one.

She has 20+years working in Corporate America in IT, Healthcare, Education, fashion and sales. A degree in English Literature has brought her writing skills full circle.

A typical day in Rebecca’s life includes long walks with her dog Max and chasing Sassy the cat off her desk. Focusing on her writing, she hopes to be a published author. She enjoys working behind the scenes on most things and sneaking some writing, family time and reading.

Contact Rebecca by email at rebecca(dot)camarena(@)yahoo(dot)com

Visit Rebecca’s Writing Services - For all your writing, blogging and editing needs.

 

Blog Disclaimer

When I started blogging in 2007, I had no idea how much I would grow as a person and a writer and how many relationships I would make on the internet. I am grateful for all of them.

I am a writer, not a vet or trainer or animal behavorist. I am writing to explore topics and may not always get it right, thus the essence of writing is re-writing.

I am not an animal rights activist or a PETA member. I do not wish to see animals disappear from the natural world. I am advocate for the welfare of animals, for the animals to live in the human world.

I remain neutral on pet adoptions as well as buying from a breeder as my dogs have come from both industries.

I do not believe that work for animals, ex: carriage horses, working dogs, is exploitative, cruel or abusive. I believe that humans and animals seek the same companionship and social interaction necessary to keep both species viable and existing side by side on earth. Without animals, humans will cease to exist.

I don’t love all animals, and I don’t love them equally. They are all different and have different qualities.

I enjoy disagreement and opinions. Everyone has their own views, but please don’t impress your views on me or my readers. I will not tolerate flaming or rude comments. This blog is a safe zone.

Unwanted advice is poison on the internet, please don’t give me any, I don’t need it.

It is so important to differentiate between people and animals, they are not the same thing.

In America, there are people who speak for animals. I speak for both animals and people.

I don’t believe in struggle stories, everyone has struggles. I cherish everyday of my life.

I believe in a world with animals. I live in the real word where no animal lives in a no-kill world. I will not prolong the life of any of my pets if it takes away their freedoms, their agility and ability to be a dog or cat.

I love animals, they are my pets and my companions, however they are not my fur-babies. They are not my children and I will not be treat them as children. My children are my children.

Animals need to be understood for what they are, not for what we project them to be.

I will not post pictures of abused animals, and will not endorse or ask my readers to donate to the ASPCA, PETA or other large organizations that ask for YOUR donation to save these pets. These organizations have their own marketing departments and don’t need me.

I welcome email, nice comments, follows and tweets to this blog. I look forward to sharing pet news with my readers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10 comments to About Rebecca the Author

  • I love your format too — straight from the dog’s mouth (or cat’s mouth) perspective. I will add you to my blogroll.

  • Hey Rebecca -

    Very creative site you have here! Great job, and keep up the great writing!

    Sandi Hansen
    Sandi’s K9 Management

  • Hey!
    Nice blog. The narrative with the animals in the lead is a very good idea, very different from having a mundane human voice. I also this it gives the reader the freedom to imagine the desired voice that suits for the animals.

    Oh! Btw: I love cats and dogs equally, ehem… especially when they’re on another dimension or at a distance from me. I don’t mind fishes, I have my own aquarium at home, 2 infact! but them too, I don’t like getting touchy touchy and all…

    Nice work, Keep it going. One more thing, purple is my favorite colour ;)

  • Hi Rebecca -
    Your blog is wonderful, always a wonderful read. I’m working with a website that is working hard for pet owners in a variety of ways. I’d greatly appreciate you taking a visit, http://www.wagn4u.com and letting me know what you think. I think this site might be enjoyed by your users as well, if you agree you have our permission to link to us. You can use the title Pet Emergency Management and/or Pet Safety if you’d like or utilize code/images we have available at http://www.wagn4u.com/linktous.aspx

    I appreciate your time and look forward to hearing from you.

    Scott

  • Hello,

    I am helping raise awareness of pet adoption with http://www.adoptapet.com
    (formerly 1-800-Save-A-Pet.com). We are North America’s largest
    non-profit pet adoption website and list 100,000 pets who need a home
    today, plus work with over 6,000 animal shelters all over the U.S. and
    Canada.
    Best of all, our non-profit website is totally free for animal
    shelters and the public to use.
    We thought your visitors might appreciate our site, and if you would
    like to link to us we have a variety of text links and banners here,
    http://www.adoptapet.com/public/links/index.html.

    Or, if you would like to allow your visitors to search our pets from
    your website you can place a search box on your site by going here
    http://www.adoptapet.com/public/searchtools/.
    Thanks for checking out http://www.adoptapet.com, if you would like to get
    to know more about us visit our home page at
    http://blog.adoptapet.com.

    Courtney,
    Adoption Awareness

  • Pls contact me on virtual book tours…we may have an author that interests you

  • Hi Rebecca,
    I hope all is going well for you. I just wanted to share some great news that you may want to advise your readers about. Life’s Abundance is now in the development stages for a new Slow Pull Retractable Leash that should be ready for sale by July. And I am now taking people’s names if they are interested in this new product and I will keep them updated as to the progress and then the release date. And if they are interested in ordering I will then handle that when the time comes. Here is the release story we got.

    Here’s some very exciting news … we have found such an amazing product for you! Life’s Abundance Slow Pull Retractable Leash. Doggies Unlimited is absolutely thrilled to announce the Life’s Abundance Slow Pull Retractable Leash, which is in the development stages right now. The Retractable dog leashes are found in many dog households in the USA, but the Life’s Abundance version is an exciting and superior product because of its unique and industry-changing technology. This technology is patented, gives us enforceable protection and a worldwide exclusive. Life’s Abundance Slow Pull Retractable Leash will be sold by Doggies Unlimited and Life’s Healthy Pet Food. This innovative leash works like any other retractable leash when a dog walks at a controlled pace. However, when a dog suddenly takes off running, this unique leash will instantly increase resistance in proportion to the dog’s force, enough to almost stop the dog completely. In addition, since the leash’s design prevents the leash cord from rapidly pulling out, it could save dog owners from injuries including burns, abrasions, lacerations and even amputations. This leash also protects pets and their owners by eliminating the force traditionally generated when a dog runs out the length of the leash cord. These “hard stops” from traditional retractable dog leashes have resulted in dog walker injuries to the shoulder, elbow and wrist and dog injuries to the trachea, eyes and even death. By gradually slowing the dog down, the Slow Pull Retractable Leash gives the dog walker time to hit the emergency brake and or regain control of the dog with verbal commands. This promises to be like no other retractable leash available on the market today! The Slow Pull Retractable Dog Leash is to be shown on the National Television Show – “Everyday Edisons” on April 28th on PBS. Local Public Television show’s fourth season started this month and we are happy to announce that one entire 30-minute episode called “Who Let the Dogs Out?!” is dedicated to the development of the Life’s Abundance Slow Pull Retractable Leash and it will begin to air on April 28th. Check your local public television station listings for dates and times in your area. Let us know what you think and if you are interested in getting your name on the list by emailing us at doggierequests@aol.com. We will keep you updated as to the progress of when this new Slow Pull Retractable Leash will be released for sale and then we can also get your order in for you should you decide you would like to have one. Doggies Unlimited – Life’s Abundance Slow Pull Retractable Leash for Dogs

    I hope this is something you could use.
    Lori

  • Just wanted to say that mom and I love the design of your blog! Really cute! Looks like you are a writer. Mom and I are working on my book right now. We have 3 in mind and are just starting putting the first one together.

  • Your blog is an interesting one. I love your journalism and writing passion.You are your own accountant and It expert!

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