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Wednesday, December 8, 2010

It Must Be Love...

DeSmet beat Vianney last night.  Here are last night's stats:

I took video of Eric and will try to post that later today or tomorrow.

Here are the stats from Friday night's game. You should be able to click on the image to enlarge it.

I thought of Krista, who has our cat Milo, when I saw this in a magazine. Milo follows her around and wants to be by her side at all times.  This would have been a great gift for her.

This looks just like him too.  Or at least he used to look like this.  We adopted him at 6 months old.  He's 10 now and not doing well.  He's lost a lot of weight, has fluid around his lungs and is struggling to breathe. Krista is taking him to the vet this morning. We're hoping to say goodbye to him when we go to California at Christmas, but not if it means he has to suffer. He's been the best cat to Eric and me and to Krista and her kids.  We love you, Miles!

I've been obsessed with a pitbull puppy in the city who has been tied up and left out in the rain and snow (it snowed on Thanksgiving Day) with no shelter for the past two weeks and who knows how long before that.  She was finally rescued by a volunteer at Stray Rescue, where I walk dogs.  This guy was so persistent with the Humane Society, the police, and Animal Control, and everyone kept blowing him off and telling him they were working on it.  In the meantime, the puppy was freezing.  It broke my heart!  I don't understand what is wrong with people.  And that, my friends, is why I'm not a people person.

Meet Noelle...

Here is a picture he took of her tied up in the yard.  How nice that they gave her a bed to sleep on in the rain and snow...

Allelulia (below) is one of the dogs I walk at Stray Rescue.  Isn't he cute?

My sweet Stella snoozing...

Gotta run.  Going to walk dogs at Stray Rescue.  It's 18 degrees outside. 

It must be love, that's all I can say :)


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