Tuesday, February 8, 2011
my friend has a very lovely home.
being in seattle, living near the water, we do have rat problems.
they had one... a big one and nothing could get rid of them.
so one day my friend went to the animal rescue to get herself a cat who
would prowl around and scare them all away.
as she searched and searched she noticed they were all lazy and thought
they are not going to be any help..
so she walked away...
she then went to where the dogs were (already has rescued several) and
when she saw this guy... it was all over.
he was shaking, scared and in dire need of love...
fred now lives in the big beautiful house filled with love.
and hopefully, keeping
all the rats away...
dear fred, you are one of the most loved dogs in the world. you are one of few who can lounge on a very expensive mohair blanket and now call it your blankie....
xx love auntie pam
Posted by red ticking at 8:23 PM
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OMG!!!! I heart Fred. Adorable!
Fred is so stinkin' cute. " IF" I had a mohair blankie I don't think I could say "no" to him either.
Went to Cantinetta the other night with the hubby for date night. Thanks for the recommendation, love that place!
Hope to see your pretty smile soon!
Isn't he adorable! What a beautiful story. All dogs deserve a good ending like that :)
He's lovely! I'm pretty sure the rats are going to hate him! Have a wonderful day, Kellie xx
Fred is a very fashionable shade of taupe and cream that goes beautifully with the blankie - delightful. How could anyone resists that look?!
What a lovely story!
Fred looks so adorable, what a beauty!Those eyes and ears!!!
We have a mouse problem and more than enough cats. Happy to say I have not seen any rats around. But if I did, would that give me an excuse to find a friend like Fred??? What makes your story even better for me is that Fred probably was not the most appealing dog at the shelter. (Shaking and nervous) I love it when someone can see the potential in a dog who needs that extra chance.
i would love to give him a big smooch right now.
My heart is warmed by this sweet sweet story today...xoxo
Ohhhh man, this story made me all kinds of teary eyed!! I love doggies almost more than people I swear, and I SO applaud your friend. And you for sharing this wonderful story! Here's to a day filled with more happy endings. Woot!
Fred...I love dogs with human names. I'm also a big fan of rescuing dogs. Bravo to your friends. Warms my heart!
What a happy ending! And, what a cutie Fred is.
Fred is adorable!! And all he has to do is look at you with those eyes and lying on mohair is perfectly fine!
Thanks so much for popping by my blog and leaving such a lovely comment! xo
He is so so so so cute. Oh, I forgot. My son told me that I am getting too old to use so soooooo many times. Anyway, Fred is a doll!
What a cutie! He deserves the mohair blanket!
Oh...what a darling story. I thought you were going to say the rats ate the blanket, but the story has a much better ending.
Hope all is well with you.
Fred is adorable....Ax
what a precious puppy!!! and a lucky one too ... it is so easy to get attached, especially when you see how much love they really need. (and you always get it back ten fold!)
I adore this story.
We adopted our doxie Rudi and it has been a happily ever after too.
Fred looks so very deserving of that mohair!
Some things in this life are just meant to be!
He's a sweetheart! And he looks like my "Alice". She came to me at 7 weeks old and at 5 years old now she wakes me just seconds before my alarm every morning!
Awwe Fred...your a sweetheart and you so deserve that 'blankie. Such a touching story.
* Oh, BLESS HER for saving precious, adorable Fred... he is "SIMPLY IRRESISTABLE"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Big, warm tender hugs to him from Linda and my Belle-girl!!!
Linda in AZ *
Fred is adorable. I don't think I'd be able to resist that face either. Love a story with a happy ending!
Sounds like a woman after my own heart! So great to hear that the scrumptious Fred has such a wonderful new home - if only all of them were so lucky. And I completely understand about the blankie - dogs need nice things too! K xx
Aww, I nearly cried reading this! I'm such a softie, but love the story :)
love, love Fred!
and love your friend for adopting him too!
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