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Jasmine the surrogate mom

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http://newsanimals.blogspot.com/2009...ogate-dog.html
post #2 of 7
Awwww!

If you click on the picture in the article you can see a larger image showing a variety of animals with her including a baby owl!
post #3 of 7
That's enough to melt your heart. That poor dear was abused yet she is so wonderful.
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Awww, that is just so sweet! My cousin and her husband rescued a greyhound that was too old to race anymore (at 4 years old) and it took them months to even teach the poor girl how to play. She didn't know what to do with a toy, and just huddled in the corner for weeks. Now she is the sweetest dog you would ever meet. They have so much love to give, and this story just warms my heart!

Thank you so much for sharing!!
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I had a rescued greyhound for over 9 years. I got her at age 2 after she lost interest in the track. She was one day from being destroyed.

Cleo was the most gentle girl. It took her months to learn to walk on grass, not bolt and choke on her food (never really got over that), or play. She was ALL about the comfort, tho. Loved the couch and lying across a warm lap.

She passed from a stroke in 2003, but I am still filled with lots of nice memories.

Cally
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Awww, that is just so sweet! My cousin and her husband rescued a greyhound that was too old to race anymore (at 4 years old) and it took them months to even teach the poor girl how to play. She didn't know what to do with a toy, and just huddled in the corner for weeks. Now she is the sweetest dog you would ever meet. They have so much love to give, and this story just warms my heart!

Thank you so much for sharing!!
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I had a rescued greyhound for over 9 years. I got her at age 2 after she lost interest in the track. She was one day from being destroyed.

Cleo was the most gentle girl. It took her months to learn to walk on grass, not bolt and choke on her food (never really got over that), or play. She was ALL about the comfort, tho. Loved the couch and lying across a warm lap.

She passed from a stroke in 2003, but I am still filled with lots of nice memories.

Cally
These stories make my heart ache. Those poor dogs.
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I hear that there are so many people willing to adopt greyhounds that there aren't enough to go around, these days!
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