This quarter's ad earnings goes to myspecialdog.com, a website by Molly Inspires Foundation. They help dogs with special needs. We learned about this site through a casual stroll through our local downtown area. We met a family who took a liking to Shelby, and told us about their sister's pug, Molly, who is the inspiration for the site. Check out Molly's story.
March 23, 2007 | Permalink
Winnie..oh boy hard to type through tears isn't it!!! It warms your heart to know there are truly people out in the world with so much love and kindness...and tiny creatures like Molly out there who just keep on trucking it humbles me and makes my whining seem petty....God Bless people like this...keeps the rest of us on track of what is really important...Thanks for the info and a wake up call back to reality....
Posted by: Ann Crago | Mar 23, 2007 9:53:42 AM
I USUALLY DON'T GO TO THESE WEBSITES BECAUSE I'M CRYING BEFORE I FINISH READING. BUT IT'S NOT REALLY A SAD STORY. MY FIRST PUG I GOT AT 4WKS OLD FROM THE PET SHOP I WORKED AT. I TOOK HIM TO THE VET AND THE VET RECOMMENDED PUTTING HIM DOWN BECAUSE HIS KNEES WERE GOING TO GIVE HIM TROUBLE. THE VET WAS RIGHT, HIS KNEES DID GIVE HIM TROUBLE 17 YEARS LATER. I PRESENTLY HAVE 5 PUGS. I READ YOUR WEBSITE EVERY DAY AT WORK-IT MAKES ME SMILE.
Posted by: CHINAPUG1 | Mar 23, 2007 11:15:13 AM
Another great site is www.rollingdogranch.com
Posted by: Michelle | Mar 23, 2007 11:42:32 AM
Oh dear, I didn't meant to make everyone so emotional. I thought it was quite a happy story. Molly looks pretty stylin' in her little wheelchair with customized license plate!
Posted by: Winnie | Mar 23, 2007 3:31:57 PM
I love that story and it reminds me not to give up just cause something is hard you're right Winnie it's a happy story it made me smile.:D
Posted by: Donna | Mar 23, 2007 6:27:22 PM
I got choked up reading it. What a touching story.
Posted by: Joanne | Mar 24, 2007 7:57:48 PM
My pugs Seamus and Mandy and I have met Molly several times down at the beach and she always looks very happy. Yes, it is sad that she can't run around. But SHE sure doesn't seem to know that she's disabled in any way!
Posted by: Susan | Mar 26, 2007 3:18:46 PM
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