On May 15, 2012, Arb and I took possession of the house we now live in. Back in early April 2012, literally the same day we closed on the house, I started looking on Petfinder for a dog. We were going to have a fenced yard, and I had always wanted a dog. Arb grew up with […] . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: Happy Gotcha-versairy, Shadow!
Eleven new horses have come into care at Rescue 100. Their pictures are up on their facebook page, but not on the website yet. There are two stallions, seven mares, and two foals. Of course, they were all running together; a couple of the mares look really pregnant and probably they all of them are. . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: Horseblogging: New horses at the rescue
Yesterday afternoon I walked right into an unfolding crisis on Fisher Avenue.
The scene, as I approached, involved a man stopping rush-hour traffic while he retrieved an injured duck from the middle of the road. She and her mate had been paddling in a puddle, when a woman passing by with a dog startled . . . → Read More: knitnut.net: Next thing I knew, the duck was mine
First off, I’m happy to report that Cindy Lou was found and captured on Friday afternoon as she was running down the Queensway! It’s a miracle she wasn’t killed. Two police officers were trying to catch her when someone from Genesis Dog Rescue came along and managed to snag her to safety. She did . . . → Read More: knitnut.net: The right place at the right time
There is an amazing drama unfolding in Ottawa. You might have heard of it.
Remember a few months ago, when GC and I were looking for a dog and we had that bizarre experience with Friendly Giants Dog Rescue? Well, we didn’t lose faith in the rescue community, in part because we had the . . . → Read More: knitnut.net: Cindy Lou Who needs you