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A nice story about a woman trying to help senior dogs get adopted.
Thank you so much for that Konrad. I will think about this when and if Hektor goes before me. Presently I support a project which is run by our biggest Dog charity in Britain, The Dogs Trust. I sponsor dogs in what is their home for elderly dogs who have often lost their owners. I do not support an individual dog in this case and it is amazing how many of these dogs find home even late in life. I also support a dog, mine now is called Jake who may never be possible to re-home he is so nervous but they have a No Kill policy and he will live with a great deal of love and attention in their kennels. Strangely enough my first sponsor dog was also considered un-rehomeable, but he did find a caring home.
What a nice story, and so true, the seniors almost always seem to get over looked.
This was a great article.Not clicking the link below,dont want to cry this morning.(
And here is the saddest and best story I've ever read. I posted it before, but its good to see it again. But a warning, you will cry buckets!!! Its a poem/story someone wrote called "How Could you".
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