Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Cotton Meets Can Do

Hi, Cotton here.

We have a happy video for you. It's hard to believe this peppy, happy Jack Russell, appropriately named "Can Do" (possibly spelled differently - Kandu or ...?) was turned in to be euthanized because he would never have any quality of life.

UPDATE: Aha, we were right!  When we originally found the story and video on this dog, all we knew was his name is "CanDo " but no spelling.  We prefer Kandu and we have finally found that this is the correct spelling.  **Breathes on paw and wipes on chest to congratulate self**

This video is called "One Brave Little Dog." Personally, we all think "One Bouncy Little Dog" would be a better title. He's got as much or more enthusiasm for life as a dog with four legs.

If the video doesn't play, click here.


  1. Dat is reeeeely amazing! Wonderful hoomans for giving him a chance!

  2. Dogs don't ever seem to know that they have a physical limitation. They are so amazing what they can do. So glad that they are given a chance to live and inspire humans.

  3. The video brought us happy tears. We are so happy this special little doggie found his loving parents and is bringing joy to all who meet him. What a great story. Hugs and nose kisses

  4. Wowzers - amazing!!! Kudos to both Kandu and to those wonderful peeps who gave him a chance.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

  5. Uau, what an amazing doggie. So good to know he found good humans to take care of him.

    Purrs from Gotchi

  6. That's awesome! Go, Kandu, Go! :)

  7. Oh Cotton!! I am crying!!! What a beautiful wonderful dog!! Yay for his mum and dad for being so creative with his set of wheels!! How wonderful!!! Awwww this has really made me feel that the world could really be a better place if only we gave each other (animal or otherwise!) a chance!! Yay!! Awww what a little happy bundle of bouncy doggie! Go, Kandu!!!!!!!

    Take care

  8. No quality of life my paw!!!!!
    I thknks da expression on his face says it alls!
    I haves been more amazed by animals than hoomans, which can sit around and feels sorry fur themselves but NOT us animals.
    Thanks fur da video!


  9. Cotton,
    That was such a great Video - I laughed and cried all at the same time. It was good he got such cool loving parents to adopt him. He does great.


  10. Bonjour dear Friends!
    First of all thanks so much for your kind visit and comment in my blog.Yes, I'm from São Paulo - Brazil and now I'm living in Luxembourg.The weather is so different here and I'm not sure if I like that white cold stuff called "snow"!But I'm happy and now I can "meow"in different languages ( in this country... we have 3 official languages: Luxembourguish, French and German).
    Your blog is really nice, full of great adventures and beautiful pictures, conCATUlations!
    purrs and love to you all

  11. mommy Léia used her profile in my comment!
    It's me LUNA from WE LOVE LUNA!

  12. Thank you so much for posting this story and video. My mom literally cried. She wants Marley to become a service dawg. He's huge but he's gentle and my mom would really like to bring him to nursing homes to visit the residents. I, on the other hand, am not social with strangers or children so my job is guard dawg. Again, thank you.


  13. What a great story! Now that I've had my morning cry, Clooney says I better get down to business...there's a ship to run here and tummy rubs to be given...

  14. Oh, what a gorgeous story - my human is getting all choked up now - you always post the most inspiring videos!

    Honey the Great Dane


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