Likes: Being with people. (She thinks she is a person) Being treated like royalty...anything we can do for you your majesty? Staring obsessively into the trees for any sign of a squirel. Tripping mom. Ignoring Tehya.
Pet-Peeves: TEHYA!!! Being taunted by the squirels in the trees in our backyard and being left alone. She also hates walking in wet grass...eeeewwww!
Favorite Toy: Anything that she can find in the trash can. Loves her pink stuffed octopus.
Favorite Food: baby carrots
Favorite Walk: Dog Park
Best Tricks: She puts her paws in the air when you say "stick em up" and falls to the floor when you say "bang" If there was a contest for loudest doggie belch she would win by a landslide!
Arrival Story: Pound puppy. Best $37 I ever spent!
You always had all of the answers. You always made things better. So how do I deal with this girl? My constant companion and my best friend. You have seen me through so many of my life's journey's and now you are gone. I can't do this without you. I keep waiting to hear your happy squeals as I pull into the garage. I put my hand down on the side of my bed in the morning and expect to feel you there. How do I ever fill this empty void and when will the tears stop? I ask God to love you until I can be with you again my sweetheart and I pray that your journey to the bridge was painless and that you are free. You will live on in my heart forever. I will never forget you my special girl. I love you so much. ~Mom
Care Again is a non profit organization which raises wolves, performs wolf studies and in the past has offered outreach programs.
Zoning changes made it mandatory to relocate the wolves and time is running out due to lack of funding and helping hands. The wolves were moved to a pristine nature preserve backing into a national forest in Colorado. Presently volunteers are urgently needed to help finish building the fence to ensure the safety of the wolf pack. The materials are there with a single set of human hands trying to manage it alone, due to the weather and other duties like feeding and tending to the wolves, it has been nearly impossible to accomplish this important task.
People interested in volunteering near Woodland Park CO. may contact J. Harris at:719-748-3780
Please have the patience to leave your name and number to be reached TWICE as the answering machine is less than state of the art and the wolf guardian is often away tending to the wolves.
You may also contact Sasha at LenaMalikhusky@gmail.com with any further questions.
Donations of any amount towards this 501 non profit organization are welcomed and greatly appreciated.
Please join us at our new website! : http://careagain.net/
It has been six months since my friend Blue has gone missing. Every day seems like an eternity for his mom, but we will not give up. His story is being heard across the nation and across the world. We will not stop searching until you are home.
Please copy and paste Blue's information into your diary and then tag some of your friends to do the same. Someone, somewhere knows what happened to Blue. The more eyes and ears that see his face and hear his story, the better chance that we have to get him home where he belongs. We would do it for any of you! That's the power of the paw!
Blue, a black and white Siberian Husky (4 year old male, brown eyes, microchipped) has been missing since May 8, 2007 from Brighton, MI.
Dogster page: http://www.dogster.com/dogs/620507
Website : http://whereisblue.com
MySpace: BLUE~I am lost
Telephone: (313) 550-6095
Reward offered for his return, no questions asked.
Permission and gratitude for cross posting. Thank you!