Saturday, January 02, 2010

Just One Dog and 101 Cats

We rang 2009 out and 2010 in with a happy post. Today we' ll probably make you cry. Well, we don't really want to make you cry. We just figure you will since we cried as we watched this story. Meet Stanley, one dog who is on his way to a new life because one person did one little thing and a whole lot more folks joined in with one little thing to rescue one dog who didn't have a clue he was about to experience a Christmas miracle.

The next time you wonder how you can help because you're only one person and you can't do rescue, remember Stanley. He is just one dog. There are many more such rescues going on every day.



If the video doesn't play, click here.

And speaking of rescues, we had another link from Eric, the one who rescued the 101 Lakemore Cats. This article is on Ohio.com -- Rescued cats get happy ending ...

31 comments:

  1. Sniff. I think the No Kill shelter idea is one that we will see gaining importance in the new decade as more pets find loving homes.

    Hope the new year brings happiness to all of you guys.

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  2. My mom too got very teary eyed. Thank you for sharing this story.

    Happy New Year to all of you!

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  3. We got all choked up. I wish every homeless cat and dog could have a Stanley ending!

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  4. Thank you for the story of Stanley. Mama did cry. It made her think of all those on the Cat Blogosphere who did one thing--and rescued an animal (like me) or are able to help others rescue animals. That includes all the help for medical procedures.
    Isn't it amazing that there are a lot of "one Person" beans? Here's hoping for more and more in the new year.

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  5. What a touching story (the Woman cried). Thank you so much for sharing.

    The story is close to our hearts, because we were rescued from a shelter when we were 1½ years and are so happy here with our humans. We wish many more pets who needs a home finds one in 2010.

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  6. Another happy-tail ending. These stories just bring tears of joy to our eyes and restores your faith in mankind. Beautiful... thanks for sharing.

    xox
    Chef

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  7. Woo know my mom is khrying...

    Fur many reasons too...

    Fur Stanley...
    Fur the Sibe she saw in the video...
    Fur the three Sibes she's transporting on Sunday...
    Fur the humans that khared...
    AND
    Fur all the other Stanleys out there...

    We khan all make a difFURence

    BUT we have to do something...

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  8. WOW ~ This is why I rescue !!!!!!!!!!

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  9. That is a lot of cats. We wonder if the dog now has a complex.

    Barky New Year. We know it will be purrfect for the funny farm.

    Essex & Deacon

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  10. All of a sudden, my heart has wings. I am so happy for Stanley and for all those people who helped change his story for the better.

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  11. Yep, you did it. Made the mom have the first cry of the new year. In the purrrfect world all would have a good ending to their story in finding a forever home.

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  12. w00fs, this is one pawsome video...me and mama loves it...

    b safe,
    ~rocky~

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  13. Dat made us cry wif happiness dat Stanley got rescued. Dis is why mom gets up effury morning and goes to da shelter and da kitty colonies and to answer other beans calls fur help...because she knows dat just one person can make a difference...even if it's just fur one animal.

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  14. No matter how many times I watch that I have tears streaming down my face every time

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  15. That is one wonderful story even if it did make Mom cry. We hope Stanley finds a wonderful forever home. We vow to try to do what we can to help at least some poor animal this year.

    Woos, Phantom and Thunder

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  16. Happy New Year to you all!
    Thanks for sharing the story! Pawsome!
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  17. Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!

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  18. Happy tears for Stanly. Thanks for sharing, Jan! Peace and happiness for the new year!

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  19. Jan, that you for making my heart a little happier today!

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  20. Sniff, thank you for sharing. We are crying but it is good tears. ~A,F,S,S

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  21. I'm verklempt. Totally.

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  22. Yep, thanks for sharing fur sure, Stanley is very special!

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  23. Thank you so much for your kind words to comfort us on the loss of our darling Angel, she was a very precious cat to us. Thank you also for your Christmas and New Years greetings too, sorry, we are still in shock here and have been a bit lax getting back to you.

    All the best for 2010

    Whicky Wuudler
    and Jane

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  24. Yep mom is weeping. That was a most beautiful video and Stanley touched our hearts. he looked so defeated. Then that tiny tail wag ~ hope.

    Let us all try to give hope to unwanted and neglected animals this year. Mom doesn't have money to spare at the moment (due to recovering from a bone graft and being unable to work at the moment) but she does have "things" she can donate to the rescue shop. So she will.

    Thank you so much for sharing Stanley's story. If only ALL stories could have such a happy ending.

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  25. That video is a thing of beauty. Great find!

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  26. Yep, Mom cried. She also saw the cocker that reminded her of our Amber. She got her from an animal shelter. Mom didn't get any of us from the shelter, we just came along and she took us in. It's a great feeling knowing some kitties and dogs get forever homes. On the news tonight there was a lady that helped a family that had a Beagle kennel that was having a lot of trouble with finances. It also was a heartwarming story as some of the Beales found a forever home.

    Casper

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