Archive for May 2010
Whoa! Summertime really is here. Today it was over 90 degrees Fahrenheit (32 celcius)!
Sorry I haven’t been visiting my doggiebloggie pals much. Ma and I have been busy planning our upcoming summer holiday. But not to worry…I promise to take lots of photos from our journey and post them here each week!
I wanted to share a nice card Ma received from a rescue organization which has an adorable Lakeland Terrier named Lambchop.
She reminds me of me when I was first rescued and she needs a home really badly!
I foster her through my Facebook account application called Save-A-Dog. But Ma went a little further and sent her a donation plus has been making inquiries about the little girl regularly.
Ma received the card and it was so touching so I thought I’d share it with you all.
Thank you so much for your donation to Lambchop. She has spent her life in a cage and she is slowly rehabilitating. We had her spayed and quite a few teeth pulled. I guess dogs for breeding have bad teeth from chowing on wire cages. She is now in the Prison Program being trained by the inmates. She has no idea of when and where she should go to the bathroom. It’s amazing what backyard breeders will do to make money. She has a home in NJ if she will be the right fit. Thank you for your donation to our little Lambchop,
🙂 Rose & The Rescue
Ma cried when she read it. Poor sweet Lambchop has touched our hearts and many of our facebook friends are now “virtually” fostering her too.
If you are interesting in virtually fostering little Lambchop it’s very easy and requires you to do nothing but visit her profile page.
Here’s the web address…just click on it:
It looks like it’s going to be a long hot summer for all of us in the Northern Hemisphere so take it easy out there, be safe, and have fun!
I will be back here writing again very soon!
Until then, Love you All!!
One of our beloved friends have left us for the Rainbow Bridge.
We all mourn his loss and send many heartfelt wishes to his family.
Jackson was adopted in 2004 by his wonderful family. He had many health issues but while he was here he gave much love to so many.
We will meet someday Jackson and play together with all of our friends. It will be so much fun! Much Love