Thursday, November 26, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving

This morning I had to go fetch the newspaper from the front driveway. It was so heavy I kept dropping it, the chauffeur said it had a lot of adds in it, something about black Friday. It was black Thursday as far as I was concerned, it was still dark when I had to go fetch the paper in.

Later Bella and I had a special breakfast. Boy did we luck out, we had bits of raw chicken and turkey mixed in with out food. Before we were allowed to eat, we had to sit and give thanks.

Thanks for the hundreds of volunteers that work in the rescue of dogs and cats all across the country. Thanks for the drivers that transport the homeless, thanks for the foster family's that give them shelter. Thanks for the medical staff that treat them and make them well. Thanks for the volunteers that walk them and work with them while they are waiting for placement. Thanks to the donors that give money to fund these efforts. Thanks also for the soldiers and sailors that protect us and who are far away from home today.

Thanks to all of you who read us and give us encouragement. Have a happy Thanksgiving!

Mogley G. and Bella G. Retriever


  1. Our Golden, Bailey. Also had a issue with bringing the paper in. She understands your pain. Thanks to GRRR for all they do for the dogs. If it wasn't for them we wouldn't have Bailey with us now.

  2. Well pawed!

    We all have much to be thankful fur!


  3. From the rescued Goldens in Virginia, HAPPY HAPPY THANKSGIVING to you too!!

  4. Amen! Have a great Thanksgiving!

    Hugs and Tailwags,
    Riley, River, Sunny the foster dog, and the kitties, Cricket and Katy too!

  5. Chicken and turkey sounds very good.

    We are thankful that you let us read your blog posts and keep us entertained!

    Happy Thanksgiving!

  6. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. We are so glad we have found your Blog and enjoy it so much.

    Hamish & Sophie

  7. We are very thankful! Blessings.

    Hugs and snaggle-tooth kisses,
    Sierra Rose and mom

  8. Wishing you and yours the most blessed of days as we break bread with friends and family or spend our time as a volunteer with any one of the numerous charities in need of our time and talents.

    Peace, plenty, prosperity - my wish for the United States of America.