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John’s Happy Tails Report
9/1/14 Mostly Happy Tales From The Temporary Fog Kennel And Anywhere Else We Can Drum Up News And Excitement.

Chase the Storm

Chase the Storm

Happy Labor Day to all creatures great and small, hope you are enjoying a nice holiday in the sun, or the a/c as some of us do. I am on the outside of the FOG loop and information keeps getting sparser and sparser as we go. We are right at 25% of the way towards the one hundred and thirty thousand dollars needed to start the beginning of the new kennel facility. All we have to do is what we just did three more times and we’re started. There will be plenty of fundraisers so check the website for the when’s and where’s details. Hopefully Michelle will be posting some of the neat and detailed information, until then, however, we are stuck with me.

Acehigh Jessie was officially adopted and we have some pictures up of her and her brother That’s a Fact Jack. CV’s Candy has an application, I don’t know if she has been officially adopted yet or not. That leaves about eight dogs that we still have waiting are ready for adoption. I have not heard of any additions and you can check out the excellent eight on the website or Pet Finder. There are five boys and three girls, ages ranging from two years to ten. A little detail not mentioned in the profile, mainly because I just found out, and it is about Chase the Storm. He is a talker, he likes to talk and will sometimes even listen to what you have to say. Every once in a while we get a talker and I love them. I still remember my conversations with my favorite conversationalist Soney. He is living in a fabulous home with his brother and sister, and will still talk to me when our paths happen to cross.

CVs Candy

CVs Candy

Well, we’ve reached September, are the days at the Hialeah kennel something from the distant past, or does it seem like just last week we were meeting and greeting and seeing our old friends on a regular basis? We need to get some more talk going about a little gathering or reunion at a park one of these late afternoons when the weather is not as hot. It doesn’t seem right to mention ‘cooler’ down here in September. We had our afternoon at the park on Saturday, Trent and Lizzie came down to visit and they had a good time hanging out together along with their humans, Chris, Marlene, and Ms. Amber. Once again, the other dogs at the park were good too and a good time was had by all. Sunday a rain shower strategically placed itself just in front of our time to go, so we sat it out at home. We also had Joan O’Brien over for Friday night and Saturday night. Joan is a seizure dog and she had three or four of them while she was with us, hopefully it was because of change in routine, etc. What I got out of it was a ton more of respect for the people that take on the special needs dogs, I can see how it’s a bit more challenging, but because there are wonderful people like that, these dogs have a chance to live a good life, just like the ‘ordinary’ jobs. God Bless those people who do that, as often said, I hope they have a special place in heaven, because not everyone is able to do that. So, I leave with that pleasant thought, that Ms. Joan is happy being back with her humans and in familiar her familiar environment and enjoying the love, she is a beautiful little lady.