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Age: 14 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 1-10 lbs

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Special Gift Box:
The family of Nala Sue   [Angel], Camera , Kelly Ann  in loving memory, Quinn ,     Willa

Mochinator & C.C.C. (Concerned Canine Citizen)

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:
-purebred-dog rescue

February 22nd 2003

Mochi loves writing in her Dogster Diary and chasing squirrels or feral cats.

Mochi's pet peeves include the sound of the automatic garage door as it is opening, the ol' man, barking spiders, not being held long enough, and the mass media.

Favorite Toy:
Mochi loves tearing up tissue paper, tugging on socks, and shaking rugs.

Favorite Food:
Mochi's favorite foods are cottage cheese or hard cheeses from the specialty stores.

Favorite Walk:
Unfortunately, Mochi dislikes walks and prefers to stay in the backyard.

Best Tricks:
Mochi doesn't know how to do any tricks.

Arrival Story:
In January of 2009, I was looking on for a Pomeranian. It had been two years since my previous pom crossed the rainbow bridge. I was ready for a new pom to love. Mochi came up under the Twin Tiers Rescue group of Central PA. I filled out an adoption application, and by St. Patrick's Day Mochi was mine!

Mochi's sexual preference is straight, and she is a Catholic pooch praying for peace in the world. Mochi's political beliefs encompass Libertarian, Constitutionalist, Green, & Independent ideologies. Mochi believes stronlgy in protecting herself (she is a card carrying NRA member), but she also does her share to protect the environment (flushable dog poop bags). She also encourages her human friend to volunteer in the community to make the world a better place to live. As an animal abuse survivor subjected to inhumane breeding conditions, Mochi hopes that you will do your part to make sure animals are loved and protected including not buying dogs from puppymills/pet stores/back yard breeders. Although Mochi is Catholic, she does not believe that human and animal sexuality are the same. Instead, Mochi feels animals should not be allowed to breed at will and with the sole focus on financial gain so please spay and neuter your pets. Also - please adopt!!!!

Forums Motto:
Born 2 Lick

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Is this a good breeder to purchase from??

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I've Been On Dogster Since:
July 11th 2009 More than 7 years!

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Mochi's Memoirs: A Pennsylvanian Pomeranian's Perspective

Ash Wednesday, 40 Days for Life, NPR, & Light Bulbs

March 9th 2011 3:45 pm
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The Lenten season is off! I don't know what I am going to give up. I think Mom should give up the ol' man for Lent.

40 Days for Life has begun. Please keep this effort in your prayers! Around here, there are about 40 Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox churches keeping vigil at the Planned Parenthood everyday. What a great way to share faith/hope and put aside our differences!!!!!

Did you get to hear the lunatic ravings of .... NOT CHARLIE SHEEN, but of Mr. Schiller from NPR? He had a whole bunch of nice things to say about Jews and Christians in this video (sarcasm...). Also, if you have any conservative values you are stupid and unable to have any bit of intelligence. My summary of what he said is really nice compared to what he said about Americans so check it out. After the video, you probably will be really angry. If that is the case, please sign the online petition to stop all funding to NPR.

Video of NPR execs criticizing Americans and America: chiller-resigns-over-sting-video-of-npr-christian-tea-party- talk-video

Online petition to stop government funding of NPR:

A s you may have heard, light bulbs are being banned in the U.S. We are not happy in this household b/c the new, eco-friendly bulbs (which contain mercury...) lack brightness. Mom ends up turning on three lights instead of one b/c we can't see! She went to Lowe's to stock up in the fall when she got whiff of the government wanting to get rid of them. Would you like to see Edison hang around a little longer and tell government to butt out of your light business? Sign this petition hosted by Freedom Action!

Have a joyful week getting involved politically!!!!


Video: How Much is P. Obama Cutting From the Budget????

February 15th 2011 2:05 pm
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It has been a long time, my friends. We have been busy eating, sleeping, and being sick. There has been so much to talk about (i.e. porno scanners at the airport which mom dodged on her recent "vacation", the Nov. 2nd elections, the Packers taking the Super Bowl, and Egypt experiencing an interesting moment which it hasn't seen since God freed mom's Jewish ancestors, etc...), but we just haven't gotten around to commenting on it all. We hope all of you had a great Christmas and that your 2011 be bone-filled!

The local tea party rep. sent this out today. It is a video giving you a visual on our budget using pennies. It is 1.5 minutes long.

I don't know what to say after this video other than "cat-crap"! That is my curse word for today.

I haven't been sending out "Thank You" notes for all of the goodies received since last year. Thank you for always thinking about me! I keep a lot of you in my thoughts.


Pedigree Adoption Program

September 19th 2010 4:19 pm
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In light of the offer to send 20lbs of dog food to shelters/blog entry, I am going to do my write up of Pedigree's Adoption Program and hope that some pound pups get some good grub. If you are curious as to what is up, my previous diary entry describes why I am doing this one.

Here is Pedigree's Adoption page: t.aspx

I think that their mission is very cute. They say they are, "helping to cure people of their doglessness".

They provide useful tools for locating animals (similar to These include a local shelter search and a breed-specific search based on your zip.

There is also an educational section which contains articles on adoption. Some of the topics include questions to ask before adoption (i.e. are you ready to adopt) and being a responsible owner (i.e. training your dog and picking up their poop, etc.).

I tried out the locate a shelter in your area search option. None of the Pomeranian rescues were listed, but the major shelters were. I then decided to do a breed specific search, and Pomeranians looking for new homes in our area did pop up. That made me happy!

I think that there definitely was thought and effort put into setting this up and accolades to Pedigree!

Don't forget that even if you can't help by adopting a dog using Pedigree's search tools, you can still become a fan of Pedigree through facebook. For each facebook fan, they will donate a bowl of food.

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