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John’s Happy Tails Report
7/7/14 Mostly Happy Tales From Hialeah, But Not The Kennel, And News About The New Kennel.

Cindy Cee

Cindy Cee

Greetings Earthlings, much has happened in the past week. I don’t know how much I’m authorized to talk about, so we will keep it mild here, but it looks like plenty of stuff on the horizon. First off, the powers that be are back from the Alaska thing. Wet, cold, and wonderful, they said, which is about standard for that sort of thing. They didn’t waste much time getting down to work. The way I heard it, several sites have been looked at already; with plans being drawn up for exactly what they will require. I am hoping that Michelle or Jerry will put out an update with more complete details than I have to offer at the current moment. Things are moving forward however, and we’re trying to have a little get together for the FOG alumni so the old gang can get back together. It’s been almost a month and my Diffy for one, is missing the old weekend routine of seeing and playing with his friends. Dog parks are ok, but it’s not the same.

Acehigh Jessie

Acehigh Jessie

On the dogie scene, there’s been plenty of action for nothing going on. The more things change the more they seem to stay the same. Atascocita Johan and Atascocita Fain went out and were returned last week. Since then they have been readopted. Hopefully this works out for them, they will be living with two other greyhounds and I believe the humans are previous FOG adopters, so they look to be in good hands. AtascocitaGabby has been waiting seemingly forever to get into her new house. As usual, not the dog’s fault, or even her humans this time. The new house inspection was causing the problem and I heard that she will be home free this week. From what I’ve seen of the potential adopters, Gabby, it will be well worth the wait. Returnees Acehigh Jessie, Chicks Love Me and Cindy Cee are currently available in the temporary Sunrise Kennel and you are welcome to visit them, but call Michelle or Jerry first. Cindy Cee used to be the spin queen of the kennel, she would spin upon command. It will be interesting to see if she still does that little trick. Benny of Ruckus is also awaiting his forever home. He went out with another dog, but proved to be a little more Alpha, so he will have to find a home without other dogs or cats most likely. He loves people, so he’s got that going for him. Keltie was picked up from a shelter, and I have no information on her, except that her name is Keltie, and a senior was picked up from the street and will be joining us this week, I think her name is Como Se Yama, which is all I have as being facts at the time, but don’t bet on it. No pun intended. So, we do have some dogs currently ready to be adopted. We have kennels waiting for us to make room to give us replacements. The best we can hope for now is speedy construction, but we have already started, so hang on to your poop scooper, you may see nothing but dust and tail feathers as we gain momentum. So that’s all the news I have for the moment that’s fit to print. Stay tuned, and hopefully a new update or better update will be posted, but things have started to move, so keep us on the front burner.