Friday, November 20, 2009

Always On The Outside Looking In?


Always on the outside looking in? Ever feel that way? Actually these two pups are thoroughly pampered pooches by anyone's estimation! They are the pets of my niece Jill and her daughter Maggie, who do a lot of volunteer work for the Gurnee, Illinois Animal Rescue House of Hope.

The photo below is one of Maggie and her rescued dog Myron. Myron was found wandering along a road with no identification. His eyes were infected when found but he is doing fine...happy, healthy, and deeply loved. He has been with Maggie and her mom for a couple of years now and joins the other dogs, playing happily along with any game that is presented.

None of them are on the outside looking in! Can you tell!


16 comments:

  1. They are just adorable! I can see they are well loved!!
    Hugs,
    Marilyn

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  2. They are all so sweet! What a blessing Maggie is to Myron. I Believe our pets are angels in disquise. :)
    Blessings alway!
    Gwen

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  3. Oh My Goodness...
    This is just the most precious picture I have ever seen. They appear to be perfectly content that they can see in, but still wanting to come in. I love this pictures.

    The picture of Maggie and Myron is just breath taking. I think it could win a prize photo contest. It is just so darn cute.

    Thank you for sharing. I love this post. Please stop by and say hi. I so love company.

    Country hugs...Sherry

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  4. What cute photos. They look very well behaved for being as pampered as you say.
    Hugs,
    Dawn

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  5. OMGosh! Love the curly babies:D I'm so thankful for organizations and people like your niece who shower these lambs with the love and affection they so deserve. I think it pleases God's heart - I know it does mine ;)

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  6. Beautifull images

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  7. How cute...they have the sweetest faces! I'm so thankful for the animal rescue organizations AND for the people how so selflessly volunteer their time.

    Love and hugs,
    Karyn

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  8. awww... precious!

    kudos to them for their volunteer work!

    kelly

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  9. Thank you for such a wonderful post!! Such lucky babies to have such a loving home!! Every time I hold the stray cat that adopted us she looks right into my eyes and purrs like there's no tomorrow. I always say "I love you, too" to her because I know that is what she's telling me. God knows what He's doing when He puts these needy animals in our path because He knows that we'll take care of them. So, so sweet. :)

    ~ Wendy
    http://Crickleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

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  10. Aw they are so precious!

    Hugz,
    Dolly

    come visit some time

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  11. Cute and beautiful images!
    Hughs....fom Vienna...Luna

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  12. Hi Coralie, I think my bichon would love playing with those two. How cute they are and no I don't think they are being neglected. Have a nice weekend. Sharon

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  13. Golly, they are cute. I couldn't resist them either.

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  14. Those are some mighty loved pooches! God bless them (and you) for rescuing these babies.

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  15. Oh, I love them! I love this heartwarming story about Myron. If I worked there, I'd have so many dogs! I love dogs! Twyla

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  16. Myron looks a lot like my pup, Chloe! I have to say that Maggie is the cuter of the two though!!!

    Blessings,
    Christine

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