NOW FUR THE SAD NEWS: When Mom left Sunday AM, the laptop worked BUT when she got home Sunday PM, it would not stay powered on - she's hoping it isn't a khomplikhated issue rekhwiring lots of time and green papers - but.......
Fur now, we are using The Doggy Nanny's BUT we khan't monoplise its use since The DN needs her desktop - this means we khan't be sure we'll get around to the blogs fur now - and it also means that stuff Mom wanted to share will have to wait - some of those pikhs are on the laptop - PLUS, her brain is a bit skhrambled bekhause she really really REALLY misses her laptop -
I'll let her share Sunday's passengers now - and please be gentle with her -
AND PLEASE REMEMBER WOO KHAN HELP SHELBY AND MAYBE END UP LISTENING TO MY MOM BABBLE ABOUT WOO - PLEASE CHEKHK OUT THE PAWESOME AUKHTION GOING ON THANKS TO JD AND MAX - THERE ARE SOME INKHREDIBLE STUFFS OVFUR THERE!!!
The Charm - I was too slow to get a WELCOME TO PENNSYLVANIA pic - all I got was sky - which as you'll see here and in the Photobucket album was overcast and showery - the hills that line I81 were shrouded in fog
He was an excellent passenger - all of his drivers on Saturday reported the same thing
Look at that nose!
Little pink pads too!
There are lots more pics in the Photobucket - and some videos too - I've also uploaded some of the pics sent by Saturday's drivers -
Now to the story of The Chugs - Khyra said I'd share it today - well, here is what Irina shared with us about them:
Now to the Chugs...these poor doggies were rescued from an individual who just let his Chi's and Pugs run around, none spayed or neutered and we all know the outcome (heck, the outcome is on this transport). These dogs have not been socialized at all yet they are all very sweet but SCARED. They have never been in a car or in a crate or to a vet or to a groomer...not until today that is. PLEASE DO NOT TAKE THESE DOGGIES OUT OF THEIR CRATE DURING THE HAND-OFFS. Only take them out at the over-night and then at their final destination. They are NOT traveling with collars or leashes. They will BOLT if they get loose. They are NOT microchipped or neutered.
They ate a little kibble but they won't eat out of a bowl...their food has been tossed on the ground and they have had to fight over it with other dogs and chickens (yes, chickens). What they did here in the expen was take the kibble out of the bowl and spit it on the floor and then ate it; some of them will growl over the food but they don't fight over it. They just crouch close together because they have no idea what is going on. I've held them all and gave them kisses and they are okay with that but just scared. So as to the water issue...I don't think they will drink out of a bottle or even a bowl. Not sure what they drank out of at their old place, could have been puddles so they may be used to muddy water.This is a true rescue of dogs that were doomed to a horrible life and thanks to The Last Resort they have a chance at wonderful lives. Please be patient and careful with them and understand that they are just very confused right now. I know you will all take very good care of them.
WOW kind of sums it up doesn't it?
This transport actually combined the resources of THREE rescues with Buck coming via Rotts 'n Pups; The Chugs coming North to go to The Last Resort Rescue for socialisation and placement (they actually had to stop taking apps for these fellas - they were THAT popular); The Puppy Sisters went to Pibbles and More Animal which now has a Petfinder Page - you can see Carrie, Cheri, Nena, and Brindy there!
We got a message from Sam at 10:45 last night to say they had arrived - Nobby, Nubby, and Fatty had gone to their furever homes; Red and Joe went to foster together. They warmed up once we were able to get our hands on them and let them snuggle in our laps. They will be wonderful dogs! Thanks again!
We hope the Paw It Furward pals: Turke, Bunny, and Monty and Co enjoyed seeing the passengers they helped get to better lives!
As this is Post #962, I guess the next milestone will be #1000!
I did capture a shot of the odometer at 99999 and then at 100000 - I'll share that at some point - it happened about a mile or so after I got on I81 and started South
About halfway between Harrisburg and Carlisle as I headed to Hagerstown, I heard THE song that is my favourite of ALL times - and the title ties all of this together - in a sense:
WISH YOU WERE HERE by Pink Floyd - meaning all of YOU to feel the energy a transport brings AND all of those across The Rainbow Bridge -
Again, we'll be around as we can - commenting from The Crackberry isn't worth the struggle but we'll read from it and snag The Doggy Nanny's desktop when she isn't using it -
Hugz&Khysses From Khyra's Khorner