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Friday, September 9, 2011

Fierce Pups

Here are the little pups we rescued recently. They have grown a lot. They turned out to have ticks, worms, fleas, and lice. They have had baths every day for four days to cure the lice problem. They are finally clean today. They are adorable. We will miss them greatly, if they all get adopted on Sunday. Daisy is coming home tonight too. Tomorrow will post pics of her. It's too dark here to take photos of her arrival. Had a big day today mom was on her own all day. She worked very hard and cleaned the pups room five times. She also looked after all of us. Dad was out looking for somewhere for us to move too before the stinky bank kick us all out. He did not find anything today but will be going back again. We are all waiting to welcome Daisy. Another special needs dog. Mom is going to find something to protect her paw because it's dragging on the ground.  There are now 21 of us here at the moment. They are selling T shirts at Cause I Care for us and if you mention it's for Dogs in Brazil then we get $5 every T Shirt sold. They are on FB. We are also being sponsored for every sack against Michael Vick on a Fb site Called the' Vick's Payback Pledge'. So things are looking up a bit. We will still have to move whatever happens. People have been so kind to us. Thanks everyone! Two years ago Mom thought the human race was worthless now she knows that  there are good folk out there. Let's hope we do find that last minute buyer.  We still believe in Miracles and even tho we have passed hard times we are still here.


Jan's Funny Farm said...

That's nice of Cause I Care. We hope you get lots of donations.

Still praying for something good to happen for you.

Foley Monster and Pocket said...

Now I really have a reason to want to see him sacked over and over again

chandra said...

Oh my, they HAVE gotten big! And healthy, thanks to you. Hope they find their forever homes today!

Paws crossed and good thoughts for your pack always!
-Auntie Chandra at Daley's Dog Years