Project Purr

Former state Representative Michael Jackson discusses the firing of Police Chief Dwayne White,  crime in the Capital City and other matters of importance.

Peggy Polk, with the shelter cat advocacy group Project Purr, talks with Jim about a recent article detailing how many birds are killed yearly by cats.

Jim catches up with former Gov. Edwin Edwards. The 85-year-old was released from prison last year and is now planning on having a baby with his young wife. 

Maria Goodavage, author of "Soldier Dogs", reports on the military dogs being used in Afghanistan. 

And, Peggy Polk, President of Project Purr, talks about saving felines in Baton Rouge.