After a day like today, where I saw posts about three people starving horses to death, a woman running a “rescue” organization for dogs only to find out she was flipping them, and a dog that looked extremely skinny and had barely any fur was tied up in a junkyard for years, reading a story like the one below gives me faith in humanity again.
It’s Sunday! As I always say, it’s time for kicking back & relaxing. I have put together a slideshow with some of the pet pictures others have shared with me, and some of my Cino. These pets have the right idea! So sweet.
What is the first thought that pops into your head when you see a Pitbull?
It’s not unreasonable that you might be a bit nervous and unsure around them given their reputation. You hear about them attacking people and other animals all of the time. There are all kinds of articles out there saying how dangerous they are, yet on the flip side there are articles that defend them.
Personally, I do not need an article to tell me what to think. I believe Pitbulls are taught by bad people to be dangerous. I hear stories about sweet Pitbulls that are beaten (and a lot worse) so they become mad & mean. Then they will fight for awful people in dog fighting rings.
What is wrong with people that watching two sweet, precious, living, feeling beings tear each other apart and to them it is entertainment?! (My rant for the day) Continue reading →
I recently was part of an interview with another blogger. I participated in this because it is so important to me to get my message out there. What is my message?…
To respectfully bring attention to the treatment of animals in our society, how this was not in God’s plan for HIS creatures, that animals are living, feeling beings, and that we need to speak up and help them.
You can check out the interview here. You may get to know me a little better. There are also links to some of my previous posts in the interview that you may have not had the chance to read. Continue reading →
This is the tale of Blue. She lived on the beach following people around begging for affection until one day somebody finally rescued her.
I am a big fan of stories about rescued animals and I have been finding out there a lot of them. This makes me really, really happy! The part that makes me sad is that it seems there were so many other people who just “left her.” We would never do that if we saw a child on the beach alone. Why is it “ok” to leave a dog, that apparently has no “pet parent”, by itself on the beach? Continue reading →