One of my Facebook friends asked me to tell her Dusty T. Dog’s story. I thought I’d share it here, too. Thanks, Lois, for inviting me to be a guest on your blog. 🙂
....on pets and prisoners.....
… and now for something completely different.
My good friend and blogging buddy, Martha Kennedy, is a dog lover. Big dogs. And lots of them. Martha has probably had more dogs than I have fingers and toes to count them.
Today, in a special guest post, Martha will share the story of a very special dog, Dusty T Dog.
This is Dusty’s story…
Dusty T. (the Unadoptable) Dog
“He’s not adoptable,” said the animal control officer at the front desk. “You don’t want that dog. We’ve called a rescue for him and as soon as they have space, he’s going. Don’t worry. We’re not going to put him down.”
“But I’d like to meet him.”
“He’s got problems. He was found by the side of the freeway. He’d been kicked and beaten, probably pushed out of a vehicle. He’ll never be normal. Here. His records.” The officer handed…
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Martha–the most amazing and beautiful dog story ever.
I don’t know how or why I didn’t reblog it when you published it but better late than never. A Facebook friend asked to know all about Dusty so I found it and shared it with her. 🙂
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