Pets and Halloween don't always mix well. Sure, they look totally adorable in those costumes, but should you take them trick or treating? And how will they handle those strange, and creepy, costumes coming to the door? You might want to review these tips courtesy of Cedar Rapids Animal Care and Control to keep them safe.
While Halloween is one of the most fun nights of the year for kids, it's somewhat terrifying for adults, and we're not just talking traditional frights. Sending your kid out on a night where everyone is outside, and cars are everywhere, it's enough to turn any parent's hair grey instantly. So here's a couple of ideas to keep in mind to make sure all kids stay safe, courtesy of Office Stokesberry, co-coordinator of the Linn County Safe Kids Coalition.
Bill Michaels, a radio personality in Davenport, Iowa, decided to conduct a little Halloween experiment. Instead of answering his front door for each and every trick-or-treater, he set an 'honor bowl' full of candy on his front porch with a sign that read: "Take One, Please.”
Here in the state of Iowa, it's impossible to avoid the messages concerning next Tuesday. Enough said about that. This guy is a breath of fresh air with his message that takes a very different slant... a Halloween message for kids.
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