What goes around, comes around. That is so true for a puppy that was found abused, starved and abandoned but ultimately adopted by a young boy with autism. Watch the video and tell me....who saved who?
This is not a joke. Although it may not seem possible to make such a mistake, it turns out that truth is stranger than fiction! Toy poodles being sold for $150 at an outdoor bazaar in Buenos Aires turned out to actually be two ferrets that were hopped up on steroidsand given grooming on their hair to make them look like poodles.
As a farm wife, I try to stay out of my husband's purchasing decisions. Stuff just tends to show up in the yard. But if I found out that he ever spent $172,000 for a cow, I'd kill him! This farmer must have a more understanding partner.
The Genesee County Animal Shelter is in the running to win a year's worth of free dog food through an online competition sponsored by Pedigree. If you have a minute, I'm sure that they and a lot of hungry dogs would appreciate your support!
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