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    Rescued Animals

    I hope this doesn't violate policy, but the news, with a few exceptions, has been pretty grim lately. Here's a book that will lift your heart, and even if you just read the one online story, it will brighten your day.

    http://www.goodnewsblog.com/2009/01/...they-transform

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    Thank you! It looks like great reading!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trino View Post
    I hope this doesn't violate policy, but the news, with a few exceptions, has been pretty grim lately. Here's a book that will lift your heart, and even if you just read the one online story, it will brighten your day.

    http://www.goodnewsblog.com/2009/01/...they-transform
    Thanks so much for such uplifting reading. I plan to order my copy right away and will pass it on to my other animal lover friends.

    Good news is a little hard to come by these days...thank you for this!


    JUSTICE FOR TRAVIS

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    I work at an animal shelter, (we are a no-kill shelter) there are 300 furbabies that make me look SO forward to going to work everyday. And please please please when you get ready to add a new furmember to your family..check out the ones at your local shelter. You will NEVER meet a more truer friend. This book is so beautiful and sweet and true to the core.

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    My cousin was hit by a car approximately two years ago. She went from working full time, dancing, and enjoying chasing her granddaughter to someone that will probably be put on total disability.

    She rescued a Great Dane from a friend that wasn't taking care of it. This dog has given her so much joy. Piper came to her with her ribs showing and a total distrust of people. She did her business on the floor and wasn't too famliar with being outside. Today, she's getting a few rolls on her tummy and loves to be hugged, petted and given kisses. It's amazing what animals can do for humans when just given a little love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lizzybeth View Post
    My cousin was hit by a car approximately two years ago. She went from working full time, dancing, and enjoying chasing her granddaughter to someone that will probably be put on total disability.

    She rescued a Great Dane from a friend that wasn't taking care of it. This dog has given her so much joy. Piper came to her with her ribs showing and a total distrust of people. She did her business on the floor and wasn't too famliar with being outside. Today, she's getting a few rolls on her tummy and loves to be hugged, petted and given kisses. It's amazing what animals can do for humans when just given a little love.
    Absolutely! I am so glad to hear that Piper has made what could be a very bleak situation brighter for your cousin, I will pray for continued recovery for her.



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