Tag Archives: puppies

I’m Not An Object

A picture says a thousand words.”

OK, so the picture below doesn’t have a thousand words and I put the words on it. But it’s the message of that saying above that I am trying to convey in this picture.
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It’s only 25 words, but those 25 words say it all!

Pass on the 25 word message this holiday season and let’s save some animals.

#petsarealifetimecommitment

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This Tuesday’s Tale: A House Is Not A Home Without a Pet

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The Tale Of Tammy and Her Love for Animals

Many of us can relate to feeling like our house is not a home without a pet. Well this is most certainly true for Tammy.

Tammy is a friend of mine and one of the reasons we get along is our shared love for animals! We have had a number of conversations where we expressed our mutual anger for those who harm animals. I have known her for about seven years or so and just in the time I have known her, there have been many pets she has given a home.

First we have Teesha who passed away in 2008.

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Teesha

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This Tuesday’s Tale: Lal Mohan

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The Tale of Lal Mahon

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I hope you were able to see the pets remembered in my Sunday post Sunday Pause (Paws): Honoring Lost Pets. If not, please check it out and if you would like to share a picture of a pet that has passed, please send it to animalsarefeelingbeingstoo@q.com or attach to my Facebook Post.

Today’s tale is continuing with the theme of honoring a pet that has passed away. This tale is about Lal Mohan who passed away at only two years old from a snake bite. Continue reading

This Tuesday’s Tale: Kurly

This is a tale about a little toy poodle.

There was a couple that had three small children and decided it was time to bring a furry friend into the family. So, one day they all took a drive. The children were told that mom was stopping to get some yarn.

Mom went inside to find a litter of puppies so energetic, so full of wiggles & wags. There was one puppy that caught her eye and she knew he was the one. Mom said the puppy actually picked her. (It seems our pets choose us in most cases, doesn’t it?)

She carried the puppy close to her, hidden, so the children would think it was a black ball of yarn. Surprise! The three children were so excited! They loved this dog so much, especially the youngest one and he soon became the mom’s baby, her “other child.” Continue reading

Animals and a Consumerist Society

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This post is part of SoCS
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You can accumulate many things: sick time & vacation time at work, wealth, frequent flyer miles, and of course, THINGS!!!

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Some people are rich, some people are poor. Whether you have accumulated many THINGS in your life or not, ask yourself this…is it worth it?

Watch the following video and decide.
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