If you want to know more about the show, check out the Editor's Blog.
Some fun pictures and you will get a feel for how much fun these events are and will want to join in the FUN!!!
A very special "Thank YOU" to "Luanne" for dragging a digital baby scale thru the never ending aisles of the show.
This is a very important thing for me and especially for the puppies here to insure proper dosage of medication and that they are gaining weight properly.
Am working on another post, LOTS and LOTS of new pictures. So please check back soon.
I know many of you have e-mailed me about the "Cafe Press shop", sorry it's down, but should be back up the end of next week.
I am off and running today, my sweet "Hazel" is leaving for Vermont tonite to go to her new family that has been patiently waiting months for her.. She's coming Christine!!
love you sweetness!
Please take comfort in the fact that you have helped soooo many. I am so humbled by your generous spirit. You are an amazing woman.
God Bless you and all of those wonderful dogs!! (and cats:))
I want to ask you a question regarding A Place to Bark but your email link won't work for me (no worries, its the way my computer is set up, I'm sure the link is fine.)
Could you send me an email at email@example.com?
Your work with rescuing animals is phenomenal. I understand the emotions, heartbreak and ache and also the joy, relief and happiness when you have saved an animal from a certain death, illness, abandonment and neglect.
I worked hand-in-hand with a women who rescued cats and some dogs here in BC. She has been rescuing for close to 30 years, rescuing, taking care and adopting out all that she could. I started out as a foster parent and at one time (while she was away) had 23 cats and kittens in my home. She has now since retired and moved up to the interior of BC. She took with her 35 of her "babies" who weren't or couldn't be adopted. So much of your story reminds me of stories that she has told me.
She was the reason that I ended up with 6 cats of my own. One was my orignal girl and 3 siblings who couldn't be adopted together so I took them, and 1 I rescued from a flea market and then the last girl, she had a very sad story, but ended up with me. Its bittersweet for me to talk about them as I lost 5 of them in a house fire in December 2006. I still have Oliver, my flea market baby and I still miss my others terribly.
I commend you for your work. I will keep reading and look forward to seeing your shelter built.
Thank you for what you do.
P.S. Champ and Chloe are doing well and are with Melissa and her boyfriend in Nebraska.