Mary Cummins Animal Advocates Los Angeles California Wildlife Rehabilitation Real Estate

Sunday, June 15, 2014

Mary Cummins picking up donations to Animal Advocates in Los Angeles, Califonria


Mary Cummins picking up donations to Animal Advocates in Los Angeles, Califonria

Mary Cummins, Animal Advocates picking up donations. Thanks!
Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates picking up a great donation of chain link fencing to build more enclosures, thick plastic tarp for roofs, pieces of wood to build lofts, ramps... Thanks!

Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates is a wildlife rehabilitator licensed by the California Department of Fish and Game and the USDA. Mary Cummins is also a licensed real estate appraiser in Los Angeles, California.


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Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates is a wildlife rehabilitator licensed by the California Department of Fish and Game and the USDA. Mary Cummins is also a licensed real estate appraiser in Los Angeles, California.


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Review of documentary The Paw Project - Mary Cummins Animal Advocates


Review of documentary "The Paw Project" by Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates

The Paw Project documentary by Dr Jennifer Conrad now on iTunes, U-verse, Dish, Amazon, Netflix
The Paw Project documentary by Dr Jennifer Conrad now on iTunes, U-verse, Dish, Amazon, Netflix

Review of the documentary The Paw Project. Available on Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, U-verse and Dish. Join The Paw Project on Facebook.

Criminals sometimes cut off parts of people's fingers with a cigar cutter as a form of torture. Slave owners used to cut off toes as a form of punishment. And yet here in the United States declawing (onychectomy)cats is still legal in almost every city in the nation. This needs to change.

For many years the veterinary associations have been trying to hide their dirty little secret which is declawing cats. Most veterinarians are hush hush to their clients about what declawing actually involves. It involves cutting off the entire last digit of cats' paws. Imagine someone using a cigar cutter to cut off the last digit of your finger. This is the reality that is cat declawing. They don't even reattach the severed tendons so the paw can sometimes end up useless besides painful. Declawing also causes many horrible behavioral problems.

I'm very glad this movie was made. We need to educate the public to the real horrors of declawing cats. I'm sure if people knew what was actually involved and the horribly painful consequences they would not want this done to their cats. There are so many easy alternatives to inappropriate scratching from scratchy trees to nail caps to double sided tape. There is absolutely no reason why anyone should ever declaw their cat.

"The Paw Project" documentary was very well made. Dr Jennifer Conrad, the other anti-declaw veterinarians and cat owners in the movie gave compelling narratives as to why this surgery is totally unnecessary besides incredibly inhumane. Thanks for making this documentary.

Mary Cummins
Animal Advocates
http://www.AnimalAdvocates.us


Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates is a wildlife rehabilitator licensed by the California Department of Fish and Game and the USDA. Mary Cummins is also a licensed real estate appraiser in Los Angeles, California.


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Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates is a wildlife rehabilitator licensed by the California Department of Fish and Game and the USDA. Mary Cummins is also a licensed real estate appraiser in Los Angeles, California.


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Thursday, June 12, 2014

California Department of Fish & Wildlife annual wildlife rehabilitation reports - Mary Cummins


California Department of Fish & Wildlife annual wildlife rehabilitation reports - Mary Cummins

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (formerly "Department of Fish and Game") maintains native fish, wildlife, plant species and natural communities for their intrinsic and ecological value and their benefits to people. This includes habitat protection and maintenance in a sufficient amount and quality to ensure the survival of all species and natural communities. The department is also responsible for the diversified use of fish and wildlife including recreational, commercial, scientific and educational uses.

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife does not do wildlife rehabilitation. The Department licenses properly trained and experienced wildlife rehabilitators who do the actual work. Wildlife rehabilitators rescue ill, injured and orphaned wildlife for release back to the wild. All wildlife rehabilitators are volunteers who must pay for permits, cages, food, veterinary care... to rescue the animals. Wildlife rehabilitators receive no money or compensation from the Department or state to care for these animals.

Nicole Bowser Carion became the rehab coordinator in October 2004. Before that a warden in each of the six California regions was in charge of the rehabbers in that region. Animal Advocates is located in region five. We are the only facility licensed in the City of Los Angeles serving over 4.5 million people and over 500 square miles. Warden Joseph Baima was the rehab coordinator for region five up until 2004. Warden Joseph Baima did a wonderful job educating, aiding and permitting rehabbers in the region. He did an even better job making sure there was peace among the rehabbers.

Since Nicole Carion became the rehab coordinator the number of permitted rehabbers has decreased by 15%. Number of animals rescued has decreased by 16,358 or 20%. While the economy is probably one of the reasons the number of rehabbers decreased from 2008 to 2012, I believe Nicole Carion is the reason for the previous and continued decrease.

We have lost 15% of our permitted wildlife rehabilitators since Nicole Carion joined Fish & Wildlife. For this reason the number of animals rescued has dropped by 16,358 or 20%. I have been receiving more calls than ever before asking for help with wildlife but we have to refuse a great number of animals because we get full quickly. We take in between 700 and 1,300 mammals a year.

Nicole Carion made it more difficult and costly to become a rehabber. I don't believe the level of care of wildlife has increased. Nicole Carion added a lot more red tape to make it almost impossible for new people to receive permits. The only thing Nicole Carion has to do is file an annual report of the number of rehabbers and animals rescued each year. She was three years behind in her reports until I sent in an information act request to obtain the reports. She finally finished and posted the reports.

Nicole Carion stopped accepting applications for permits when she started. I was the last person permitted in 2003. My permit was signed January 2004. She did not approve a new permit for at least two years. While she is accepting applications I don't know if she is approving new permits. We desperately need new wildlife rehabilitators so we can save more of California's wildlife.

One of the main purposes for having wildlife rehabilitators is so that the public will not try to help the animals themselves. Inexperienced people could be bitten, scratched or attacked while trying to help. They could spread zoonotic diseases and parasites. While we don't have many cases of rabies in California we do have some rabid bats. A caring member of the public could easily be bitten by a dying rabid bat and not know to immediately get post-exposure rabies vaccinations. A caring member of the public also won't know how to properly raise wildlife for release back to the wild. We would end up with many illegal and possibly dangerous wild animals as pets.

Please, contact the directors at Fish & Wildlife to ask them to increase the number of wildlife rehabilitators. The head of the Fish & Wildlife Department is Charlton Bonham. Deputy Director is Kevin Hunting. Dan Yparraguirre is in charge of the wildlife branch which oversees Wildlife Rehabilitation. director@wildlife.ca.gov.


Year
Number of licensed rehabbers
Number of wild animals rescued
2004
116
83,000
2005
111
75,696
2006
108
69,153
2007
108
68,437
2008
114
70,233
2009
106
79,007
2010
100
71,458
2011
100
66,642
2012
99
No report
2013
98
No report
2014
95
No report
End of Year Reports
All wildlife rehabilitators in the State of California have had their permits renewed three times in six years with these same spelling errors. These are basic words. How can the wildlife rehabilitation coordinator for the State of California misspell these words, INDIGINOUS, REHABILIATION, REHABILIATATED, PUSUANT, WILDLIFE ANIMAL, RESONABLE, FACILITES Nicole Carion wildlife rehabilitation coordinator Fish and Wildlife can't spell. Nicole Kimberly Bowser Carion wife of Michael Carion.
Nicole Carion wildlife rehabilitation coordinator Fish and Wildlife can't spell. Nicole Kimberly Bowser Carion wife of Michael Carion.

Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates is a wildlife rehabilitator licensed by the California Department of Fish and Game and the USDA. Mary Cummins is also a licensed real estate appraiser in Los Angeles, California.


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Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates is a wildlife rehabilitator licensed by the California Department of Fish and Game and the USDA. Mary Cummins is also a licensed real estate appraiser in Los Angeles, California.


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Thursday, June 5, 2014

20th anniversary of the 6.7 Northridge earthquake January 17, 1994 - Mary Cummins, Real Estate, Animal Advocates


20th anniversary of the 6.7 Northridge earthquake January 17, 1994 - Mary Cummins, Real Estate, Animal Advocates

1994 earthquake freeway collapse, Mary Cummins, real estate
The Northridge earthquake struck at 4:31 a.m. January 17, 1994. It instantly knocked out power and phone service across most of Los Angeles plunging the area into total darkness. The sun would not rise for another two and a half hours as people tried to access the damage. Only when the sun came up did people finally realize the massive destruction.

I grew up in Los Angeles and lived through the 1971 San Fernando and 1989 Loma Prieta earthquakes. I was six when the '71 quake hit and remember toys falling off shelves. I actually thought that quake was fun. My Nana who raised me did not. She grabbed her makeup and wig case, ran to her Lincoln Continental and refused to come back into the house until the next day.

When the '89 quake hit I was living in a house in the flats of West Hollywood near the Pacific Design Center. That was also a violent quake. The pool had huge tsunamis which tossed 1/3 of the water out of the pool and into my neighbor's driveway. The illegal unpermitted addition cracked off the main house and I could see the sky. Some ugly glass knick knacks I'd received as gifts from family members fell and broke on the floor. Oh well.

Then the '94 quake hit Los Angeles. I lived in a condo at 906 N Doheny Dr in West Hollywood just south of Sunset Blvd at the time. I was dead asleep in bed with my two cats when there was an instant jolt then everything started shaking from side to side.

Eskimos have many different names for types of snow. Californians have many different names for types of earthquakes. This quake wasn't a slow deep easy rolling quake like most. It was a violent boom then hard side to side shaking. Instantly pictures flew off walls, glasses walked off the shelves in the bar, cabinet doors flung open, book cases fell over. I knew the building I was in survived the two previous big quakes so I wasn't worried. I got up mid quake to close the bedroom door so the cats wouldn't run into the living room and step on all the broken glass.

While the building was violently shaking I heard all my neighbors screaming. West Hollywood is made up of many people from other parts of the country who are drawn to the area for its gay lifestyle. Yes, many gay men who'd never experienced a quake before were screaming like little girls and hugging each other in the hallways and courtyard. As a native who grew up with earthquakes it is amusing to see non-natives scream during moderate quakes. My terrified neighbors ended up camping in the center courtyard for three days refusing to go back into their condos.

I had appraisals planned for the next day but the phones were out so I couldn't confirm. I didn't know how bad the quake was as I had no radio, TV, internet or cell phone. I got dressed and drove to my first appointment. Driving through Beverly Hills walls were knocked down, chimneys toppled, front facades of commercial buildings fell onto Sunset Blvd and power was still out as were all the street and traffic lights.

I arrived at my first appointment in the hills of Bel Air. That house would later be red flagged. The pool cracked dumping its contents on the neighbor below. The main bearing and exterior walls had major cracks. I told the owner that his home was totaled. I wouldn't do the appraisal and would not charge him. He decided to have an impromptu "my home is destroyed" party with neighbors who broke out the bar at 8:30 a.m. I went to my next appointment.

My next appointment was another totaled home. After five minutes I told them I wouldn't appraise the property or charge them. I told them they should probably start gathering their pets, important personal property to put in their car away from their home in case it collapses. It later collapsed. I hope they listened to my advice.

There were many, many aftershocks. Every time the building started shaking the neighbors would scream hysterically and hug each other in the courtyard. I would just roll my eyes and laugh under my breath in amusement as we weren't in any danger.

My neighbors camped in sleeping bags in the courtyard for three days. Power was also out for three days. We were instructed not to drink the water without boiling it but we had no way to boil it. If you were outside when an aftershock hit, a huge cloud of dust would rise from the ground. Fortunately I gave earthquake kits to all my clients the previous year and still had a few left in my closet which I gave to neighbors and used myself.

I listened to the radio in my car (which I drove out of the subterranean garage and parked on the street) to try to find out what happened. I read, did yoga, played with the cats, ate the food in my frig. Later I ate the thawed food from my freezer. Fortunately I always have enough cat food and litter to last through any emergency because I'm anal about emergency preparedness.

Not much to do with no power or phone. I decided to go to the gym. I drove to the Sports Club Los Angeles and the parking gate arm was up. I drove in and there weren't many cars there just some trucks. I went to the door and it was open. Seems the center stairway collapsed and the gym was closed. It was actually closed for three months for repairs. They gave us free passes to go to other gyms in the area.

Finally day three there is limited cell phone service. My friends call to see if I'm still alive and I laugh. It was only a 6.7. It wasn't the "big one." Power is back and I can finally turn on the TV and see the massive destruction. Holy crap! While the freeway collapse was visually epic there was other damage which was not as obvious.

1994 earthquake medical building collapse
A medical building on Olympic accordioned. I think the third or fourth floor just collapsed yet the building still stood. No one was ever allowed back to retrieve anything not even medical records. They bulldozed it with all contents intact. That is how dangerous it was.

1994 earthquake medical building collapse, Mary Cummins, real estate
A hotel on Ventura Blvd also sandwiched and lost an entire floor besides part of the front facade falling off. Many apartment buildings in the valley just collapsed especially the older ones with open parking under the units. They were poorly built directly on top of an unknown fault line.

1994 earthquake collapsed apartment buildings, Mary Cummins, real estate

There was major damage to the Los Angeles freeway system which would take months to repair. The 5 to the 14 interchange collapsed in what is the most dramatic evidence of quake damage (see top photo). A motorcycle cop responding to the quake drove off the freeway not realizing it had collapsed because it was dark. He of course died on impact. His dead body is covered by a blue sheet in the top photo. His motorcycle is to the right.

The overpass of the 10 freeway at La Cienega/Venice collapsed. The 118 at Balboa partially collapsed. The 91 to the 405 interchange had damage. In total six bridges collapsed, four others needed to be replaced and there was damage to many other freeways. Most of the damaged bridges were built pre-1971 before they had to be earthquake proof.


After the quake I quake-proofed my picture frames, strapped furniture, altered open shelves and better secured cabinets. The quake seemed to have slightly tipped our condo building down the hill. Doors and windows swung open on the north side but couldn't open on the south side. I had to re-level two doors that wouldn't open, adjust three windows that wouldn't close and putty a lot of cosmetic cracks in the walls. Fortunately I didn't suffer any serious damage though others did not fare as well.


Earthquake maps and building codes would be changed once again as they do after every quake. More retrofitting of older buildings. More regulations for new construction. Liquefaction zones would be better mapped. Earthquake insurance would change forever becoming almost impossible for anyone to find or afford. I would be doing earthquake inspections on every property which was in escrow when the quake hit.

I did a lot of education about earthquake preparedness after this quake. I was shocked that so many people were just not prepared to go a few days without food or water. Below is more information about this quake and some preparedness tips. We will continue to have earthquakes in California. Based on research we are due for the "big one" during the next 100 years. Everyone here in California needs to be quake aware and ready for the next earthquake. It's just a matter of time.

Photos from the quake
http://photos.dailynews.com/2014/01/photos-a-look-back-at-the-1994-northridge-earthquake/#1

More on the 1994 earthquake
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1994_Northridge_earthquake

Some earthquake preparedness tips
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/learn/preparedness.php


Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates is a wildlife rehabilitator licensed by the California Department of Fish and Game and the USDA. Mary Cummins is also a licensed real estate appraiser in Los Angeles, California.


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Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates is a wildlife rehabilitator licensed by the California Department of Fish and Game and the USDA. Mary Cummins is also a licensed real estate appraiser in Los Angeles, California.


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Sunday, June 1, 2014

Dolly Parton lived next door to us on Thrasher, Mary Cummins, los angeles, california


Dolly Parton lived next door to us on Thrasher Ave, Los Angeles, California. Mary Cummins

Dolly Parton on Thrasher Avenue, Los Angeles CA
Dolly Parton is 68 today. A quick story in her honor from when she lived next door to us at 9196 Thrasher Ave, Los Angeles CA 90069. We lived at 9170 Thrasher. Dolly came home late with her husband and saw my other neighbor's house on fire. While Dolly's husband called 911 Dolly ran to the door, knocked and yelled to wake up my neighbor Inga. My neighbor thought she was a "cross dressing Dolly Parton lookalike" and refused to open the door. Fortunately then she smelled smoke and got out of the house in time. Dolly Parton basically saved my neighbor Ingeborg Burke "Inga" who lived at 9171 Thrasher.

Dolly Parton home at 9196 Thrasher Avenue, Los Angeles,  CA 90069
Dolly Parton home at 9196 Thrasher Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90069
Dolly Parton and Carl T Dean bought the property in 1985 for $750,000 Doc #1425094. It was at the end of the cul-de-sac with spectacular views of the city. The neighbor across the street from us Leland and Marjorie Roswald owned that land and built that home in 1977. I remember playing on that lot as a kid. I also remember crawling around the home when it was under construction. I was born in 1965 so I was 12 at the time. When Dolly owned the home it was painted and decorated in pastels. That was the "in" color at the time. They sold the home in 1990 for $1,200,000 Doc # 565954.

More photos of the home from a recent MLS listing. I believe it's currently leased for $16,000/month.

STATUS:  SoldADDRESS:  9196 THRASHER AVE , LOS ANGELES 90069 SP:  $16,000
    Add'l Photos
   
RESIDENTIAL LEASEAREA: (3) Sunset Strip - Hollywood Hills WestMAP:  592/H5MLS# 09-337975BR: 4
STYLE: ArchitecturalSUB: PUD: NoYB: 1977BA: 6.00 (0 0 0 0)
APN: 5560-006-020SFR/CA: SFRHOD: $0.00STORIES: 2APX SF: 4,700/OW
UNIT LOC: N/AVIEW: YesPOOL: Yes#UNITS: 1APX LSZ: 14,239/AS
EXP: N/AGH: None#FP: 3FLR#: 1PKGT: 3
BALC: N/ASALE: NoLOP: NoFUR: No#CVD PKG: 2
HORSE PROP: OPT $: OPTT: PETS: CallSDEP: $44,000
ELEM: Call CityJRHS: Call CitySRHS: Call CityCOMPLEX N/ATERM: 1+Year

DIRECTIONS: Doheny north to Oriole, right on Thrasher.
REMARKS: UNFURNISHED LEASE, completely remodeled architectural inside and out, gated, w/heated pool/spa, decks w/glittering city views, dramatic high ceilings, 4bed/5.5baths, Media Room, all new “eat in” Kitchen, private cul-du-sac, 3 Fireplaces, Laundry, His and Hers MB, Coffee Bar in MB, new hardwood floors and carpet throughout, all new baths Cable/Satellite/Internet/Phone ready @$19,900 per month, 1-year lease or longer.  Click here to community information: schools etc. Click here to see the Walk Score

ROOMS: Breakfast Area,Breakfast Bar,Dining,Family,Gym,Library/Study,Living,Patio Open,Powder
AMENITIES: Pool,Security,Spa,Sun Deck
EQUIP: Barbeque,Dishwasher,Dryer,Freezer,Garbage Disposal,Hood Fan,Microwave,Network Wire,Phone System,Range/Oven,Refrigerator,Satellite,Trash Compactor,Washer
AIR: CentralHEAT: Central
FLOOR: Carpet,Hardwood,Stone,TileLAUNDRY: Inside,Room
FIREPL: Family Room,Living Room,Master Bedroom,Wood BurningROOF: Rock
POOL: Heated,PrivateTENANT PAYS: Electric,Gas,Water
PARK: GarageTYPE: Single Family
VIEW TYPE: City LightsWATERFRONT: None
SEC: OwnedPOSS: 
SEWER: In StreetSZONE: None
DISC: As IsSPA: Bath Tub,Private,Other
OCC/SHOW: 24-hr Notice,Call LA 1LAND TYPE: 

LP: $16,900DOM: 115LD: 01/05/2009SP: $16,000SSP: BLOG Y/N: YesLP/SF: $3.60
OLP: $22,000CDOM: 115CD: 04/30/2009SD: 04/30/2009WD: AVM Y/N: YesSP/SF: $3.40


LA1: Edward TinneyDRE: 01309990
PH: 310-385-3607CELL: FAX: 310-979-6087
LO1: Coldwell Banker-BH NorthPH: 310-777-6200 x 607
Email Edward Tinney edwardtinney@msn.com
LA2: DRE: N/A
PH: CELL: FAX: 
LO2: PH: 

SA1: Edward TinneyDRE: 01309990
PH: 310-385-3607CELL: FAX: 310-979-6087
SO1: Coldwell Banker-BH NorthPH: 310-777-6200 x 607
Email Edward Tinney edwardtinney@msn.com
SA2: DRE: N/A
PH: CELL: FAX: 
SO2: PH: 

CSO:  4%LT:  ERLBA:  BAC:  YesLS:  NoEO:  NoPROBATE:   

Broker/Agent does not guarantee the accuracy of the square footage, lot size or other information concerning the conditions or features of the property provided by the seller or obtained from Public Records or other sources. Buyer is advised to independently verify the accuracy of all information through personal inspection and with appropriate professionals. Copyright © 2014 by TheMLS.com. Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Presented by: Mary Cummins CalBRE# AR010270


http://photo.themls.com/members/picture_gallery.cfm?se=1&num_photos=11&mlsnum=09-337975&sn=9196&st=THRASHER&unum=&city=LOS%20ANGELES&zip=90069

Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates is a wildlife rehabilitator licensed by the California Department of Fish and Game and the USDA. Mary Cummins is also a licensed real estate appraiser in Los Angeles, California.


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Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates is a wildlife rehabilitator licensed by the California Department of Fish and Game and the USDA. Mary Cummins is also a licensed real estate appraiser in Los Angeles, California.


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