I feel fortunate to have a multi Pet household. A few years ago, our daughter adopted Siamese cat she named Yoda. From again from the beginning she decided that she was going to keep the cat indoors, so as to not suffer the fate of two of my cats which family members ran over because … Continue reading Grateful for Four-legged Friends
Tag: dog rescue
By Deborah Taylor-French This is a reblog of one of my main messages. Please adopt your next dog, cat or rabbit. Millions wait for homes in animal shelters, foster care or rescue volunteers homes. You can search for purebreds, mixed or mutts. Saw this video and had to share. Yes, it begins sad, but stick … Continue reading Rescued Dog Gives Back: Mutt Monday
A wild and wonderful story of dog rescue, a huge Vet bill and a happy dog adoption tale.
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Readers, you may remember Pierson’s Bad Poetry Day?
Dawn Ross shared this from American Dog Blog. I still love Pierson’s offbeat, funny Valentine rhyme, with which he won a prize.
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On January 10th, Pierson’s official Gotcha Day, I told you about how he was finally caught after living in a park as a stray for nearly a month. But his adventure didn’t stop there. Coming into a strange new home took some adjustment. So let me tell you the rest of Pierson’s story.
Take Him to the Shelter?
When we first started trying to catch this stray dog, my husband didn’t think it would be a good idea to take in a stray. He was worried about bringing in a dog with unknown behaviors and unknown diseases. He suggested that if we catch this dog, we should take him to the humane society, let him go through the adoption process, and then adopt him. There are some no-kill shelters in the Kansas City area, so it was not an unreasonable request. Also, considering he was a stray, it would give…
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Chinook Rescued at Last Chinook as he waited patiently in an animal shelter. "Today marks the 53rd anniversary of the creation of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge by President Eisenhower – known then as the Arctic National Wildlife Range. Recently at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, Interior Secretary Sally Jewell reiterated the Obama administration’s support … Continue reading One Planet Sunday