Your Pet Connections
Ginger sent me the photo of her Boss Ross (love the rhyme)Here's what she said: " After seeing Dragon with the cat on his head I had a compulsion to compete in the "man and his pet" category. The picture is of my Ross and our foster Bianca. She took to him right away. Ah, love. Ross is willing to donate one of his smelly shirts to help the transition to the new family. What do you think? Is that a good incentive to adopt?"
What a great picture! It's all about love.But again, we must question the horizontal stripes! Right B? Ginger and her family are foster parents for the Humane Society. The H.S. has lost several foster fa miles because of their moving and need some more so they can help more dogs and cats. Look at what a joy fostering is! You simply care for a dog or cat until the Humane Society finds a permanent home for them. All you provide is food and love; the H.S. pays all vet bills. They especially need homes for dogs over 30 pounds and cats. Please contact them if you want to learn more about this rewarding opportunity. Ginger, please tell us more about fostering. Go the H.S. Web site at:www.clarksvillehumanesociety.org, e-mail email@example.com or call 648-8042. And if you want to adopt Bianca, please contact the Humane Society soon! You can see by this picture she's a sweetie!
Any readers interested in learning what the Humane Society is doing can sign up to receive their regular Actionline news alerts.These are short e-mails about what events are going on, alerts about lost or found dogs and ways people can help. For example, they recently sent out an alert about a woman leaving a violent domestic situation who was going to a shelter that didn't allow pets.She has two elderly dogs. The H.S. is looking for someone to them for a few weeks until she is settled elsewhere or other arrangements can be made. Or sometimes they ask for someone to drive a dog to Nashville to meet up with a transport for another rescue organizations. They sometimes need people to pick up cans someone is donating, or used print cartridges. All these are very easy ways to help them, so please e-mail and ask to be put on the list.
And this picture is adorable isn't it? A coworker, Jason, showed it to me at work before he ate it! It's the cutest PUPCAKE ever! A relative of his made them, and the detail work is amazing. I wouldn't want to eat it; it's too cute! How great this would be for a kid's pet-themed party or animal-related event.This woman should go into business, as she has a great talent.
If you have any pet photos you'd like me to post her, send them to me with a description to: firstname.lastname@example.org
posted by Sandy at 3/17/2008 03:13:00 PM