Published 9:42am Friday, September 6, 2013

It’s impossible not to reflect on each case as I reread them. Boy has time flown by and things have changed, hopefully for the better. I just read Viper’s story from the poor soldier who had Lupus. It dawned on me that Viper was 14 years old when we got him, which means he lived to be at least 20. This poor frightened and confused soul got to live out the rest of his life in a loving and caring environment. The thought brings a tear to my eyes. I’m sure he never forgot his soldier, but he’s with him now, I think I’ll use Viper’s photo this week, just as a tribute to both of them.

My cases have been piling up so quickly (the reason Elaine pulled me away) I haven’t had time to organize my annual Bark in the Park. All I can tell you is that I’ve scheduled it for Saturday, Oct. 5 at Harmon Field pavilion from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  I’ll get some flyers made up this week. Please bring your kids, I always have extra hot dogs for the pooches.  Please call me if you have goods or services you wish to contribute for auction or raffle.  I had some baked goods last year for sale; anything to help my kids.

Please mark your calendars, Oct. 5, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., all other events are secondary, my kids need you.

I have to say it again, “I love this community.”

God bless you all and thanks for listening.

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