Google+

Water Crisis Can we send a truckload of water to Kenya?

Friends, I have something very serious to talk about with you. It is the water crisis in Kenya.

Imagine being super thirsty. Then imagine that you can’t just go to the faucet, the fountain or reach for a bottle ofGracey, The Tiniest Tiger water. Imagine that you are tired and feeling desperate because there is no water for you and that you might have to walk for hours and even a couple of days to reach a water source.  Imagine you have small children dependent upon you in this desert, with no food or water and you have to walk for days in search of relief.

Take a moment and try to Imagine

There is a water crisis in the Horn of Africa.

Right now an estimated 10.7 million people in Ethiopia, Somalia and Kenya are trying to survive the worst drought in 60 years.  Families are forced to walk as long as 30 days to find food and water. Herds of livestock, the primary livelihood  for many of these families, have perished in the drought.

[Read more…]

The Tiniest Tiger’s Drinking Water Crisis

Gracey drinking from water fountainFriends, my day started off a little rough.  There was an issue with my drinking water. Sometime in the middle of the night, my primary water source became tainted.  And no, not with fig tree dirt from my paws either. It was The Tiniest Tiger’s  Drinking Water Crisis.  My drinking water was not clean and fresh and I didn’t think it was safe.  This was serious!!

On my usual habitat surveillance around about 3:03  am, I was stunned and seriously frightened by what I discovered in my fountain.  After I jumped back in terror, I bolted to my secondary water supply located beside my chow bowl.

[Read more…]