Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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My pal Sami’s parents are so cool. They love her so much, and they are doing all they can to give her the best possible life after her osteosarcoma diagnosis and amputation, back in January.
Sami’s Mom Michelle has created this fabulous "Bone Cancer Hero" logo, and she even put up an online storefront on Cafe Press to sell her work. Michelle wants to raise money to fight bone cancer, so be sure to visit her storefront and shop away, because a portion of proceeds will go to this important cause.
Huey’s shirt came, and it fits! Once the weather gets warmer, he’ll have to model it at the park. He gets a little mad at me when I "dress" him, but a dog’s gotta look good.
Here are some pictures of Huey the Hero. In the first one he’s indignant about the shirt (don’t take it personally!) and is demanding to be let outside.
This one is from Easter – he was a little more willing to model that day. I think it was because we went to brunch at my mom’s house, and everyone kept sneaking him sausage and cinnamon rolls!
Why don’t my pictures ever work?
Good question. It might be a glitch of some sort, or gremlins … as you can see, when my people edit your post, the image links you provide do work.
Are you using the insert image button? (See the small tree icon in the post editor.) If you’re using the typical wiki [img] tags, that may be the problem.