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July 13, 2011


genevieve fridley

Great news that people from the community who can't adopt are finding other ways to help out.


Wonderful news about Natalie - she looks so pretty in that photo! Thanks for sharing.


Each one of these stories tears at my heart - for the dogs and the people who love them. So sad that people are losing their homes and their animals too - that so many cannot afford to care for their animals any more. I hope it is some comfort that people like Ellen and the St. Louis Senior Dog Project do so much to help, but I really hope our country can do better for our people and the animals too.

אסתי גינזברג

Wow.. lovely puppies. It's so sweet. I like too much. I never see such beautiful puppies. Thanks for sharing this.

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