“As America’s Birthday Party draws to a close and many of us head back to our paying professions it doesn’t hurt to take one last look at something that brings a smile to our lips and a lift to our hearts. Doug the Dog is just what the Jester ordered. Have a great day, hope that all of you are rejuvenated and let’s have one last, fine day to add to our library of wonderful memories. Keep the faith as we live the dream, my friends!” ~ R.T.
Source: The Dodo “CUTE ALERT: Good Grief, this cut is so cute you won’t even need sugar in your cup of coffee while you watch it…outstanding. This clip brings back memories as years ago, when we first rescued Apache in Brazil, a little kitten befriended him and would […]
Feel Good Sunday: Video – The Story of Pumpkin, Mini Dwarf Pony Who Could Barely Walk Finally Gets To Run
Source: The Dodo This mini dwarf pony was born barely able to walk, and she had to be carried everywhere and kept inside all the time so that she wouldn’t hurt herself. Today on Comeback Kids: Animal Edition, watch how Pumpkin’s family went above and beyond to give […]
“Okay, time out, folks. It’s Sunday and all of us deserve a few moments of quiet reflection, a hug, a smile and perhaps even a big smooch. We can ramp back up for the fight tomorrow morning but for now hug each other and above all, scratch the […]
“In this current climate of chaos and lack of moral fortitude it is extremely difficult to stay centered, on point and positive about anything, it seems. Election fatigue and fear for the future of this once great country is beset upon all of us and simply laughing at a story about goofy equine antics just might not be enough to snap us out of this funk on Feel Good Sunday, today. So with that being said, we are going to give you something with a little bit of substance to it, something that you can wrap your heart around and perhaps give you a little bit of hope during this most bizarre and unprecedented time.
This story, below, may not have an equine as the principle actor but it most assuredly speaks to the fact that wild animals (including wild horses and burros) are not ‘things’ that can be used and abused at the twisted and perverted discretion of humans (BLM). The reality of animals having the right to live wild and free in their native environments speaks to the very core of what Americans live and die for…freedom. The time for us to practice what we preach is perhaps lone overdue; let’s make a difference.” ~ R.T.