An amateur's notes on giving voice to abandoned dogs
Boy you weren't kidding...I recommend more than one hankie, though, that's for sure. Here I was just about to make pound cake for the Holiday and watched this clip...needless to say I am now a bit distracted! What a sweetie...it's always so wonderful to hear of rescues like this...I'm so happy for Stanley!Emily:)
Another happy ending *sniff*
Oh man... *sniff*
Welcome to my world (but with cats!) What a beautiful, beautiful video....It makes me want to run to the shelter and rescue somebody who needs me...-B
bawling. Helping aid the search for Chase and now seeing this - it really shows how doing the little things can add up to making a difference!melissa
Wow.. you weren't kidding about needing a hanky. I am happy for Stanley... that video really shows what rescue is all about. Unfortunately, I can't help but think about all of the other dogs in the shelters, just like Stanley who need their second chance. It breaks my heart.
Any chance we could get an update on how Stanley is doing?
I think I just emptied an entire box of Kleenex on that one. I hope Stanley gets well soon and goes on to live the most wonderful life.
Hi Muchadoaboutnothing, there might be updates posted up eventually at www.campcocker.com
I passed that video all over the internet :)Off topic....did you see this? : http://www.cbc.ca/video/#/News/Canada/BC/ID=1367710705WTF?!?
Stanley! What a lucky, sweet boy.Hey Fred, do you know whether there's been any word on the old springer that was rescued a few weeks back?
Hi Biscuit, sorry, not sure which Springer you're referring to.
November 24 - "We Found Him". I thought of him now because of the dermotic mange, which I think he had as well. I hope he's doing all right.
Hi Biscuit, I haven't heard much back about him but if I remember, I'll ask next time I'm in at TAS.
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