I was doing some regal lounging...my paws kept unkhrossing as they slid apart!
FURniture is sooo fun!
They were off on Friday (still only working four days 'out there') but stopped in befur lunch!
These are the same balloons I was chatting with in T H I S V I D E O - it was hilarious!
Woo will see the balloons were all making sure NOT to khooperate!
YUMMY kharrot khake!
I didn't get any of the kharrot khake (it has raisins in it) BUT I did get a piece of stromboli along with my dinner!
TANK WOO FUR MAKING MY MOM SMILE!!!
She is one of Mom's four passengers this tomorrow - she akhtually starts her journey North today. Mom wanted to share her along with her story:
Here is The Last Resort's newest rescue needing your help!!
Imagine being hit by a car, sustaining multiple pelvic fractures and hip fractures......then being chained right back up outside while in horrific pain with absolutely no medical attention or concern. This is what happened to our new rescue Akayla, a beautiful 6 month old red and white husky puppy.
A concerned neighbor begged this "lovely" owner to give the pup to her, and eventually she said, "yeah, you want her so bad, take her.....she was hit by a car anyway". So this wonderful savior, who thought she was doing this poor dog a favor, decided to bring her to a shelter so she could find a new home where someone would care for her. She had no idea she was marching her little saved friend right into a gassing shelter!!
Unbelievably, our contact was there at that very moment she was walking in with Akayla, picking up another husky we were rescuing from the same fate - WHAT ARE THE CHANCES OF THAT!! Our awesome contact was literally on the phone with us when she stopped the neighbor to ask her to please not take this dog into the gassing shelter. The poor woman was horrified at what she almost did unknowingly....and we were asked.."well, I have a husky puppy here - will you take her too?" and of course we said YES!!
So this little darling has defied her fate twice....but after having xrays at the vet, it is determined that she has pelvic fractures that will eventually heal on their own, a femoral fracture that is already healed enough that rebreaking it and setting it would be the only thing to do (which of course we won't do, however, she will have one limb slightly shorter than the other).
She does, however, require surgery to remove the head of the femur, a procedure called a femoral head osteotomy, (FHO) as that will be the only way to get rid of the pain she is in. It will give her a pain free, normal life. This is the same procedure that is done for dogs with bad hip dysplasia. She will be receiving pain medication and a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory until her surgery, which is recommended for her to get in one month after she has grown a little more.
Please consider contributing for Akayla's surgery that will give her the life that she so desperately deserves!!Thank you all so much!!!
Click here to donate to Akayla's Surgery Fund
The above information about Akayla was sent by Laska's mom Sam!
I think Mom started to leak when she was reading the email - especially since she's going to be one of the guests in my Xterra this weekend!
Please khross your paws fur Akayla and her surgery fund.
PeeEssWoo: We have not yet resorted to the 'mark all as read' but we are really do quikhk reads and won't be able to leave many khomments. We were at 300+ at one point on Friday. Mom expekhts it will get better early next week and I'll be able to return to my normal khommenting. I just wanted all of woo to know!