Lynn Farmer's pets, Sheldon the box turtle and Xena the bearded dragon, like to keep up with the environmental news by browsing WRKF's mobile app on Lynn's iPad.
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D'Mitri Burk's parents, Ken and Lucia, keep WRKF playing at home when they leave for work. D'Mitri's sister, Katie, is a graphic designer at NPR and sent him the sweet t-shirt he's sporting.
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Susan Anderson's dog Koko likes to listen to All Things Considered on 89.3 WRKF while lounging in the pool.
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D'Artagnan loves listening to his mom, Ashley Westerman, host Morning Edition on WRKF. He considers himself a worldly, well-informed member of the feline community thanks to all that NPR listening on 89.3 WRKF.
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Kelly Connelly says her dog, Shadow, used to like fishing until he mistook the bobber for a tennis ball. Shadow is now barred from the canoe. They listen to Wait Wait Don't Tell Me on WRKF on their way to the camp on the weekends.
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Steve Winham holds his cat, Doodle Bug, who he found as a kitten in 2009. He says he discovered her in the middle of the street while listening to The Jim Engster Show on WRKF.
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Leo enjoys some Chai tea out of his owner Ken Burk's WRKF mug.
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Elizabeth Eads's Jack Russell terrier, Jesse James, before his first of many baths for the day. Jesse James likes to curl up with Elizabeth and the BBC World Service on 89.3 WRKF late at night.
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Jack McCaffery's two dogs, Berry and Nox, have satisfied their desire for NPR pet dishware by drinking out of a Minnesote Public Radio mug.
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Sarah Kracke's dog, Buster, considers All Things Considered
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Michael Kleinschmidt's cat, Arizona, uses All Things Considered - along with her Thunder Shirt - to help her relax during afternoon rainstorms. She likes to listen via the WRKF mobile app on his cell phone.
There is a dog who curls up next to the radio for the BBC World Service overnight, and another who prefers to listen to WRKF in the afternoon while lounging in the pool.
There are cats who purr at Elizabeth Eads hosting All Things Considered; a bird that sings the Weekend Edition theme song; a turtle and a lizard who crawl up to an iPad to see environmental news with the WRKF app.
All of them are well-informed members of the animal kingdom because of all that public radio listening.
And they will be drinking from the "I Heart NPR" bowl their families receive as a thank you for their monthly contribution to WRKF.
Amanda LaFleur is a professor of French and Cajun studies at LSU.
Listening to WRKF gets her through her commute from Lafayette to Baton Rouge. Having enjoyed Morning Edition and then the Jim Engster Show, Amanda usually arrives on campus during the Diane Rehm Show, and sometimes it's hard to get out of the car.
Amanda is a dedicated listener, but describes herself as "not a particularly organized person," known for being late paying bills and that sort of thing. By becoming a sustaining member she realized there will never be a lapse in her giving to WRKF.