Monday, February 27, 2012

From heartbreak to that warm fuzzy feeling - Mom on Monday

First, this post has nothing to do with previous posts although it is still affecting me some.  Instead this post has a couple of videos - one I found on Facebook and 
then later on YouTube and 
the other also on YouTube.  
I do want to WARN you,
especially with the first one-
especially with the first video-
there is a VERY GOOD chance that
it will induce heartbreak at first BUT
  as I said in my subject line-
that warm fuzzy feeling 
followed by 
your heart melting is 
your reward for watching it.

The second video is 
not quite as heartbreaking altho
the first few seconds takes 
you back to Edie's rescue BUT
then you get a glimpse into
the beginnings of Edie's
"happily ever after" life.

This happened almost two
years ago but what happens in
these two videos,
we all know it continues today. 
I wish I had the time,
money and ability to
do rescue but at this
time and into the near future,
it just isn't possible.
I'm just grateful that there ARE
people who CAN do rescue for
dogs and ALL animals.
And I am so grateful that 
Shiloh'n Shasta have never
known anything BUT
a loving and caring home.


The Daily Pip said...

Oh, we saw this video on facebook, too. The sound he makes at first is so heartbreaking! The group that rescued Eddie is AMAZING. There's lots of videos of their rescues and they are all so incredible!

Your pal, Pip

Angels Amber and Max DaWeenie and Mom said...

Isn't it just amazing what a little kindness can do!

The Ladies of Beaglebratz Manor said...

From mom - That's what amazed me the most - how quickly that transformation happened after it was determined she was "unadoptable" - she didn't even need any rehabbing time to where she would allow people to pet her.

Frankie Furter and Ernie said...

THIS is amazing. I am so glad that you shared it with us!!!

Two French Bulldogs said...

love this
Benny & Lily

River said...

Last week we watched all the Hope for Paws videos--hours of them saving hopeless doggies. They are amazing. My mom thinks even she wouldn't have the patience Eldad has. The very best part of the videos is that every single time the doggies will suddenly look up at him with such trust. Makes us cry.

love & wags,

Shane Kent Louis said...

Yep, I've seen this clip before. At the start of it, it already broke my heart.

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Coco Bean - The Princess said...

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Viva La Resistance!

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Berts Blog said...

This is a wonderful post. It shows so perfectly what a tiny bit of patience and whole lot of love can do.

To think until that first day at the vet, all Edie knew was fear and now she knows there is another side to the human population.

Thanks for sharing