Chief is definitely tall, dark, and handsome but he is also incredibly loyal and loving. Not only that, but Chief is quite the gentleman with wonderful house manners.
Zack is a senior Westie, approximately twelve years old. He was picked up as a stray by the county shelter. He is blind and deaf but has no skin or health problems. The shelter knew Zack would not be easy to adopt, so they called Elizabeth of Lone Star Westie Rescue.
Merlin was purchased as a young pup from a breeder out West. The family that bought him meant well, but with no prior Scottie or terrier experience, they found the sweet but playful pup to be a bit too much for the busy family.
Robbie is a terrier mix who was picked up on the mean streets and sent to a shelter. Fortunately for Robbie, the shelter contacted Col. Potter Cairn Rescue, and he is now safely in a loving CP foster home.
We are two artists who care about animal welfare and The Cat House On The Kings and wanted to do something to help.
Magda Szabo is a celebrated and awarded miniature painter. Magda has successfully marketed over 700 paintings of miniatures at the Village Gallery in Maui, Hawaii.
Cedric came into NY/NJ Scottie Rescue from a busy New York City shelter. This Scottie/Schnauzer mix is about eight years old and weighs twenty pounds. He has no apparent health issues except for kennel cough, which is common with dogs that are pulled from shelters and for which he is being treated.
& Cynthia Chow
So many mystery novels are coming out all the time it is impossible to keep up! So once again we find ourselves playing catch up with a wonderful group of new and fairly new mysteries-"Murder in Galway" A Galway Ireland Mystery by Carlene O’Connor, "A Dream of Death" An Antique Mystery by Connie Berry, "Murder She Wrote, Murder in Red" by Jessica Fletcher and Jon Land, "Thread on Arrival" A Mainely Needlepoint Mystery by Lea Wait, "The Scent of Murder" A Jazz Ramsey series by Kylie Logan, and "Antiques Ravin’" A Trash ‘n’ Treasures Mystery by Barbara Allan.
Many senior dogs come into shelters or rescues because their owners have become ill or have died. Some are simply cruelly discarded from the only home they have ever known because they have committed the sin of getting old, and their families can’t be bothered carrying through on the bargain all dog parents make, or should make, when taking on a canine companion, i.e. to care for them throughout their lives.
Maddie James is home on Daybreak Island for her grandmother’s funeral. Grandma’s death wasn’t unexpected, but she’s mourned by all who knew her. At the gravesite, Maddie sees an orange tabby cat, friendly enough but frightened as mourners approach to offer their condolence.
Daisy at nine and Charlie at six were owner turn-ins from the same home, though they are not related. The owner felt with family and work demands she could not give them enough attention, so she did the right thing and contacted Sunshine State Westie Rescue (SSWR).