August 18th 2010 4:03 pm
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Hi all furs and your human friends, pets and keeper of the foodz,
This is a lil different type entry today but, one I find of importance so am doing my part to get the word out of a serious situation concerning one of our own in England that needs all of our help.
Thanks all for reading,
*woof* Shadie Kaye and my fursibs >^..^<
for those who don't know lennox,read his story!
TELL ALL YOUR DOGSTER/CATSTER FRIENDS ABOUT THIS PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE ... LENNOX IS COUNTING ON US GUYS!!!!
The Save Lennox Campaign is growing bigger and stronger each and everyday and in doing so the Friends and Supporters around the globe are not only spreading the word about Lennox but also helping to raise awareness of many other BSL victims around the world, it is for this reason we ask all of the Save Lennox Campaign Supporters to help take this campaign to another level.
We are currently working on a new campaign video and would like to feature as many as possible of Lennoxs Friends and Supporters from around the world in the new campaign video.
If you would like to be featured then here is what we are asking: We would be very grateful if everyone could send a picture.
In the picture we would like everyone to clearly show the three words;
This Is Wrong!
The three words can be followed by your location or a personal message if you wish.
This is everyones chance to get creative, you can display the words in your picture made up from dog food cans, pasta, sand, paint or people standing in a group to form the words, it really doesnt matter, all we ask is that you enjoy yourselves doing so, realise this is not just for Lennox but all victims of BSL, and that you are as creative as possible, although a simple written or painted message on a length of paper is fine.
You can have as many people or pets in the picture as you wish, the more involved, the better.
We have setup a special email address for everyone to send their pictures to which is at the end of this message.
Again thank you to everyone, everywhere for what you all have done so far and continue to do to help us Save Lennox and raise awareness of the evil law known as BSL.
Send your pictures to:
June 23rd 2010 10:43 am
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I'm 10 years now ... as of May 1st
I won't say how many human years that is cause it's too big a number and it scares Mom just to hear it. Mom says our older years are called "Golden", we have had long talks about this. Although there are many good things that come about in our later years there is also a lot of pain, physical and mental. I guess at this very time my biggest mental problem is dealing with all the kittehs that we have adopted and watching Mom try to deal with the expense of it. And who is going to help her keep them corralled when I'm gone! We just don't understand why so many people just look upon their fur kids as disposable objects.
Each spring, some all year but mostly spring time, we get new arrivals. Some are so very little that we think may just be strays, lil kittehs who just wandered off from their meowmie and got lost but, there are others that we figure are just dumped on our doorstep, so to speak. It is not possible to just turn away from these poor furkids who have no one to love them, pet them, feed them or just give a lil scratch behind the ear. Sometimes a goggie will wander in, just a couple months ago a rambunctious lil Beagle showed up, very hungry, no collar, nothing. We live on a busy rural Hwy so Mom had to do something quick so she called my human brother to see if he would like to give him a home cause when he was just a pup, he had a Beagle named Missy. Well, he said yes and drove down a couple days later. In the mean time Mom kept him outside most of the time, on a leash of course, just in case someone was looking for him so if they drove by they could see him or hear him, cause he sure was loud! BOL Anyway, he has a new home now, has been to Vet and got all his shots and has a new brother to run with, a Dalmatian. He also has some kitteh sibs but is still afraid of them! BOL what a scardie pup!
But the physical pain is the hardest to understand ... I'll get back to this later ...
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