Oh wow, that really got me. In tears over here! What an amazing gift that she lived! Nothing eats away at my heart more than the senseless suffering
of our beautiful animals.
My blessings to you OP! In this life so full of tragedy, many people do not realize how much love and hope can be forged in a human/canine
relationship. Yep, I sound fruity...... but I have a special relationship with dogs so
As far as names go, if you are still raffling, I'd like to nominate 'Promise'.
I am glad you liked it, good luck! She looks like a little Niburu. I am not sure what a little niburu actually looks like but after seeing the dog it
is fitting. Reminds me of little nemo but Little Nemo was a couragious fish. Little Niburu might be a couragous dog.
I love stories like these! I have been rescuing animals my whole life. My white persian cat was found near a dumpster, she had fleas and a bad ear
infection. At first she was like a wild couger, growling and hissing and terrified of everyone and everything. Being deaf didn't help, but I soon
learned how to communicate with her and in time she became the most angelic and loving kitty ever.
You will have many yaers of happiness and love with this little angel.
I'd like to point out a couple of things here though.... not to blow the wind from your sails... what about all the living things that you killed by
saving that pup? The other organisms and animals that could have potentially befitted from its death?
I think it is great that you saved the puppy, and I am sure the puppy is grateful. Perhaps one of the millions of children living the same way could
benefit from your ability to rescue as well?
Its amazing how it is so much easier to rescue a puppy from the clutches of death than it would be a street kid.
Nah seriously being from Scotland we always call the runts of the litter or dogs that have been rescued or have been in an accident Lucky, is part of
the sense of humor. plus has a double meaning that the doggy seems very lucky to have you in its life, well done saving her life and I hope you get
many happy years with her.
hubby and i were talking about animals one day, while observing our dogs. we concluded they must be an alien life form brought to earth. they
communicate with each other silently (or beyond human hearing anyway). we watched our collie and terrier carry on a silent conversation with each
other, it was amazing really. the collie was in the house and the terrier on the back porch. the terrier wanted the collie to come outside and play,
you could tell cause he was staring at her and she was staring back and it went on for a like a couple minutes.
your pup also reminds me a bit of ET in the film by the same name, especially the scene where they find him in the ditch, and he's sick and they
A song came out for the film about ET, sang by Neil Diamond, called HEARTLIGHT.
Thanks for sharing your story. When I hear about all the animal cruelty that we human's perpetrate (such as troops in Iraq using dogs for target
practice), I feel hopeless about our race.
If we can't learn to be responsible, mature stewards of nature and all the living, breathing creatures under our dominion then maybe we deserve to be
Hopefully, those people who do try to make a difference and who do the right thing make up in some way, spiritually, for those who are the worst
offenders. I hope you are right that now is the time when more people will turn to helping rather than harming.
I love our two dogs and hope we will have the opportunity soon to rescue another in need and add to our household. Thank you for the inspiration
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