Friday, December 28, 2012

IT'S STILL CHRISTMAS - 4

 

Celebrate the fourth day of Christmas with me if you don't mind the gift of two doggies rather than four calling birds.  Pictured above is my daughter-in-law with Molly and Max.  Molly, who was adopted just before Christmas, is the newest member of the family.  She was found abandoned on the side of the road and taken to an animal rescue center.  I don't understand how could anyone could be so heartless as to abandon such a cute and sweet dog as Molly.

Max went to live with my son and daughter-in-law at Christmas time last year.  Max's elderly owner died, and he was abused by family members who did not want him.  He is yappy and excitable, but, considering his history, his behavior is understandable.  The family hopes that Molly will be a good example for Max.  He is already more contented when the humans leave for work now that he has a companion.

UPDATE: I should have said Molly is on the left and Max on the right. 

11 comments:

  1. they are a handsome pair and I hope they give each other support and company. Your d i l is a beautiful girl and kind too! You lucked out I think!
    nij

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    1. Nij, both dogs are cuties, and I am fortunate in my daughter-in-law.

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  2. Both dawgies look ever so sweet :) Which one is which? ... I really don't get people who can't at the very least give a dog away responsibly - it's not that hard.

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    1. Cathy, I added an update saying which is which. Molly is on the left. Yes, once you take a pet, then you must act responsibly.

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    1. I think the family is complete now. They also have a cat.

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  4. Teh Kewt! (Also the doggies! ;-) )

    Seriously, Molly & Max are adorbz. Happy doggies, happier doggy rescuers!

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    1. I'm always gratified when people adopt rescue animals. The only pets we've ever had were either rescued by others or taken in by us when they came around.

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  5. Beautiful dogs! I am always thankful when someone rescues an abandoned animal.

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    1. Oh, I stole your comment, whiteycat. I didn't mean to. Great minds...

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    2. No problem, Mimi. You can steal my comments anytime. As you said ... great minds!

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