Me Sunday AM
SO? I like sitting out here
And Merdie likes being khomfy here!
I'll wait fur the golfers (a few twosomes and foursomes did khome past befur the mist then rain arrived) Merdie and I will turn the khorner bakhk ovFUR to Mom now so she khan share some of those MOMday things!
I'm including two pics of a passenger that DIDN'T get to make the tripBrownieHer adoption up 'here' fell through so she didn't get to come up. I wanted you to see what a gorgeous piece of CHOCOLAB she is!
Finbar and Bandit were transported North for Husky Savers in the Rochester NY area. That was the organisation that provided the safe haven for Lukina, Cedric, and Fagan a few weeks ago.
Yesterday I mentioned the stories for these two Sibe Boys. Well, Finbar's previous unhumans fractured one of his skull bones at one point. It was the kind of break that required natural healing and the vet that treated him said he's fine. I can so attest for that! He was a joy to be around! He had a real zest for life and was always smiling. He napped most of his leg with me (as you'll see by his pictures) but Mary his first driver from yesterday said he was very very interested in watching everything they passed.
It was great he was such a sweetie because his travelling companion Bandit was an owner surrender who was quite unsure of what was happening. Everyone that had him on Day 1 all felt so badly for him. He looked so scared and it just broke their hearts to see him like that.
The Boys were lucky enough to get to do their overnight in the Roanoke VA - so they got to spend time at Casa De Dalmatian - their overnight hostess commented how sweet they both were and that Bandit seemed to be drawn to a ten year old in her house. It seemed to calm him and help begin to bring him around.
Anytime I read the descriptions of Bandit I was reminded of my most special passenger EVER: LASKA! He started his trek like a shell shocked soldier and by the time he got to PA, he seemed to find himself AND his pride again!
Bandit will too once he knows he's safe and can understand what is going on. He was a very gentle and kissy soul. He'll thrive when stability is reintroduced to his life.
Bandit had come with a crate but for my leg - and some of the previous legs - I let the two of them find their comfy spots in The Xterra. As you'll see by the Photobucket pics, that was pretty much stretched out next to each other.
I so wish these three pups the best of furever lives!
They deserve better and I was glad to be able to help.
Here is their Photobucket Slideshow AND here is their Photobucket Album that includes FIVE videos. You'll see by the name of the album and hear it in one of the videos that we did this leg for Ziggy Marley!
Thanks for keeping us safe on Sunday so I could help get these boys to their homes in New York too!
Here is a portion of an email the transport coordinator sent us late Sunday evening
I just talked with John and Kim. Finbar and Bandit have arrived with John safe and sound!! I know they slept a lot on the rides today, and I think they're a little wound up now, having gotten to their destination where some other gorgeous huskies are!
Many thanks to all of you for being part of this rescue effort. Two more beautiful huskies are going to find wonderful, forever loving homes through Kim's Husky Saver's rescue.
Thank you for the driving, the pictures, the videos, the time, gas, and above all, your love for the animals in need.
One last Monday MOMday thing to share. One of Khyra's KHAT friends Edda Puss and her mom will be blogging for Haiti this coming weekend. Please check out
for details - including why she is doing and what she plans to do during the event!
The 'normal khanine' will be back here tomorrow!
Once again, thanks for supporting our efforts. We can all make a difference if we try!
Hugz&Khysses From Khyra's Khorner
P.S. Merdie's people came for her Sunday evening but we'll try to get her back again SOON!