About Paws for the Future
Paws for the Future was built on the idea that all animals, from the tiniest pocket pets and domesticated dogs and cats to the exotic and wild, should all be humanely treated with the highest of standards. By equipping responsible owners and caretakers with the knowledge and tips they need, we can ensure that accidental mistreatment doesn’t happen, and that all pets can be happy and healthy, like they were meant to be.
We also actively support the ASPCA, WWF, NSALA, and local shelters in their efforts for restoring peace to the lives of animals, whether it be protecting them from the unnecessary cruelty of abuse or saving them from poachers and habitat destruction.
When you visit Paws for the Future, you’ll find the best tips and information you need to be the best for your pet.
Kortnie is 18 years old and is an incoming freshman at the University of Vermont. Her favorite subject is science, especially environmental sciences and ecology. Kortnie was a band member in her school band and she has been playing the alto saxophone for 8 years, hoping to continue that in one of UVM’s athletic bands.
When Kortnie isn’t working on PawsForTheFuture.com, she loves to write short stories and poems, and her favorite books include A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, the Harry Potter series, The Hobbit, The Great Gatsby, and The Perks Of Being A Wallflower.
As a child, Kortnie had many pets, including a hamster, cats, dogs, frogs, hermit crabs, and fish; and learned from a very early age that animals should be respected and cared for with the same love we provide to human children. From there, her love for animals blossomed into what it is today.
Now, Kortnie has a rat terrier, Abbie, a Boston terrier, Daisy, a border collie terrier mutt, Watson, a cat, Shadow, and two chinchillas, Octavian and Marc Antony.
As far as the future, Kortnie has very bright plans. She hopes to complete her four years at UVM successfully and move on to veterinary school.