"A cat is a puzzle for which there is no solution." (Hazel Nicholson)
I wasn't really looking to adopt a new dog. But the search to adopt the perfect cat for my 18-year-old daughter had weakened my resistance and before I knew it I was reading the rescue boards again, this time looking for a dog.
Perhaps it was the loss of our 16-year-old Silky Terrier or perhaps it was the fact that my last and youngest child was moving out to her first apartment. Perhaps it was a middle age crisis or the realization that the title Senior Citizen was looming closer. Whatever the reason, the more I read the more tragedy I found and those old feelings that I had when I worked in the shelter came flooding back. So many needing homes, not enough to go around. What could I do to help? Surely we had room for one more. After all, how much room could one small dog take?
I found a story of a woman who rescued 11 Chihuahua’s from a puppy mill. Having 3 chi's myself, the story hit home hard. The mill breeder could not place them with the brokers because of various reasons and had threatened to sell them to a less than desirable reputable mill, if you can imagine that. I speculated lab specimens or bait dogs, a horror story repeated throughout the United States. [ Continue reading... ]
"Maxy, our 6-year-old Springer Spaniel, and Cupie (SPCA rescue 4 years ago), our 8-year-old Border Collie Cross, complete our lives in more ways than one."
- Vicky in Calgary, Alberta
"Lucy and Cloe's first Christmas together."
- Sandra H.
"Here is a photo of our Maxi (or Maximillion), our 8-year-old Bichon Frise ... and his 'bluey'."
Kent and Medina from Waterloo, Ontario
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