March Goes Purple



It’s March & you pawsitively must mark your calendars on March 26th.  It’s Purple Day!

Purple Day is the internationally recognized day of epilepsy awareness! It was an idea created by Canadian Megan Cassidy who was motivated by her own struggles & journey with epilepsy. It was her hope that Purple Day would get people talking about epilepsy, share personal information, educate, support & inform those living with epilepsy & let them know they  that they are not alone. With the help of ‘The Epilepsy Association of The Maritimes‘ Megan Cassidy’s idea was developed in 2008 & is now know as Purple Day.

Like humans, we dogs & cats can also live with epilepsy. I, CEO Olivia have been diagnosed & living with Idiopathic Epilepsy for just over 9 years.  As we are often known for sharing, ‘When someone in the family lives with epilepsy, everyone in the family lives with epilepsy.’ That’s why we Show our Purple &  invite you to Show your Purple!’ during the month of March. It’s a pawsome way to get people talking about epilepsy.  

We have already been contacted by our friend & fellow Epilepsy Warrior Sasha Pina about her Purple Day event, ‘Lace’EM Up For Epilepsy’ (race will be ran May 2, 2021).  Dot & Jerry Underfoot have been working on something for Purple Day which we will bark about at another time & I am pawsitive The Wally Foundation – Canine Epilepsy will have a Purple Day announcement as well.  We always want to hear from you & what your Purple Day plans are.  Do you have an event you would like to share with us?  Go ahead, we’re can’t wait to hear about it!

In the coming weeks we have some wooftastic epilepsy related topics to share with you so sniff your way back & get the dirt on this neurological disorder & see me always looking furbulous in purple.

CEO Olivia





Going Purple for Epilepsy

Canine Culture

Hi everyone, CEO Olivia reporting. Today I’ve sniffed out pictures of buildings that have been lit up in purple for epilepsy awareness. From Sidney, Australia to Istanbul, Turkey to Toronto, Canada & all places in between, people are raising awareness.


How beautiful. I think maybe I’ll ask huMom to put purple lights on our home.

Have a pawsome weekend.

CEO Olivia

DJ Hapa

Canine Culture

Welcome to Friday, today I’m barking about DJ Hapa. Like me, he lives with epilepsy. DJ Hapa describes epilepsy as one of the greatest teachers in life, encouraging him to focus on living life to the fullest. Currently, Hapa is an official spokesperson for Epilepsy & is determined to help spread awareness worldwide.

Describing his sound as “#FeelGoodSound”, he is known for playing a multitude of genres & blending them together to create a unique sound.

Most of his online presence is in the form of tutorial videos, but I found this clip of him performing at a walk for Epilepsy Awareness. That’s his daughter dancing to the beats.

Have a wooftastic weekend. We’re digging out from a snow storm. What are you doing?

CEO Olivia