We are going to turn the station knob, a bit, and pull it off Equines and over to Felines and Canines for today’s sharing of joviality and mirth. If you’re a horse person you are probably a well rounded, all-American animal person that gives home and shelter to other species such as dogs, cats, various birds and in our case, even fish.
It’s not enough that we have four (4) highly spirited and very amusing equine personalities that grace our homestead but we also have a Border Collie, German Shepherd and 3 cats that add entertainment and personality to our daily lives (the dogs are my crew, they must go everywhere that I go.)
Now take these funny personalities and do the thing that humans always do wrong, assign human tendencies to them and you can have a roaring good time, as proven by what the good folks at Freshpet did several years ago and I have been chuckling ever since.
BUT what I did not know was the what, who and why behind the story and that is where our Feel Good Sunday lands today, the good things that they were doing for dogs and cats in need.
Thanks to all of those out there who sacrifice so as to make life just a little better for domestic animals in need, there is a special place in Heaven for you.
Keep the Faith and let the laughter begin.
The past few weeks seem to have blended together into a blur of sadness, disappointment and sorrow; not just on a personal level but globally as well. Here at home we have lost one of our last, loved family patriarchs and leaders, a tremendous blow to our family […]
by R.T. Fitch Yesterday, Thanksgiving, you did not hear too much from us here at SFTHH and Wild Horse Freedom Federation with good reason, we took the day off. Outside of our post for Hacking Black Friday and supporting WHFF we were a little on the quite side, […]
A holiday message from R.T. Fitch ~ president/co-founder of Wild Horse Freedom Federation “Peace On!” Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays for a very simple and straightforward reason; ‘it is what it is’. Thanksgiving is a holiday that is not tied to any religious custom(s) or overtones […]
Source: Equimed.com Thanksgiving isn’t just for people. Horses and other animals enjoy participating in the festivities, especially when it comes to receiving a few treats. Many horse owners feed their horses a treat or two while training, but horses enjoy a treat now and then as a reminder […]
by R.T. Fitch ~ president/co-founder of Wild Horse Freedom Federation An open letter: “It has been a while since I have penned a word or two and shared my thoughts with my best of friends. Sitting in front of my computer in the wee hours of Thanksgiving 2015’s […]
From the volunteer Board of Directors at Wild Horse Freedom Federation we would like to wish the very best to you and your family and friends; it is our most sincere hope that each and everyone of you have a veritable cornucopia of things to be thankful for…but we do ask one thing this day; don’t forget to give thanks for all of the other passengers aboard this planet earth, particularly our equine companions who give so very much more than they ever receive in return. Be thankful that we know the horses, donkeys, mules and burros as the world would be so very empty without the majesty and beauty provided to us by our four legged, hooved friends. Have a great, robust and bountiful day. Happy Thanksgiving!” ~ R.T.
While the bulk of Americans give thanks and embrace family traditions from years gone by a small group of elite Federal agents and specialized contractors plot, terrorize, capture and destroy federally protected wild horse herds which embody to all Americans traditional western heritage, freedom and family.
Once again, it is Sunday, a day when we like to add something refreshing and uplifting to your day so that we can hit the ground running on Monday. And not that I want to demean the message but we do not have a super, thought provoking message to send your way, this morning…just a simple thought to share and a few words to speak.