Thursday, January 6, 2011

M is for Maggie and Myron!



Maggie is my grand niece who, with her mother, volunteers for an Illinois shelter for hard to place dogs. She adopted Myron who had been found wandering along a road in Georgia with his eyes so matted they had to be removed. But Myron is no sissy!
He plays with the other dogs and has a great life now!

M is for the Magnificent Myron and his Mom Maggie!

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21 comments:

  1. What an incredibly happy story! M is for MARVELOUS!

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  2. A heartbreaking story with a happy ending. Go Myron! xx

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  3. A story that tugs at your heartstrings. Myron is blessed as well as Maggie!

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  4. So sweet! Love a good adoption story.

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  5. Myron looks like a wonderful dog. Glad he found a great family.

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  6. What a sweet story, and a lovely pair!

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  7. Glad they found each other!

    =)

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  8. Aaah, what a heartwarming story and your niece looks like a real sweetie and what an adorable pup!

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  9. Maggie is Myron's puppy dreams come true.

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  10. oh they look so perfect together! what a cute pair!

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  11. WHAT A GREAT STORY, GOD BLESS THAT LITTLE SWEETHEART. SOUNDS LIKE HE IS GETTING GOOD CARE AND LOVE, HOW HAPPY HE MUST BE. HAVE A NICE WEEKEND.
    RIZZI

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  12. What a sweet story. Maggie is Myron's little angel.

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  13. Myron is so sweet!!! (said in my doggy voice!!!)

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  14. It doesn't take eyes to see love!!!

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  15. Awe how precious a dog he is! Thank goodness for people like Maggie and her mom!~Ames

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  16. M is for Myron indeed and how good it is to know he is with you and your family in such a loving home...our 3 shelties send furry hugs!

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  17. Such a touching tale! This week seems to be full of marvelous heartwarming tales.

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  18. I really admire Maggie's mother. Helping with suffering in the world while teaching the next generation kindness and compassion!

    what a heart-warming post, Miss Coralie.

    Thanks for a lovely link to Alphabe-Thursday's letter "M"!

    Just magnificent!

    A+

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  19. Hi Coralie! visiting you back from alphabet thursday! What a quaint spot you have! I see you love collies! I have a 14 year old border collie rescue named maggie. They are great dogs! I am now following you blog! All the best! Alex

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  20. Oh I'm so glad Myron found a good home!

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