Oh Dog! It’s here! I am so excited! Happy Gotcha! Day to me! I am so happy that you have come to celebrate with me! If you’d like to read my story of how I rescued Jen, click on my pic!
Happy Gotcha! Day to me!
Last week I asked you to prepare your Gotcha! stories to share with us. Some of you have sent pictures. I love to hear stories with happy endings! I hope you do too, because you’re going to read a bunch of them today!
My friend Loup sent me this cool photo:
Loup Graham and me! Click on the pic to read his interview.
Kevin sent this sweet message:
Happy Gotcha Day!!! ( on the 20th of Oct). Here I am! I got dressed up with ribbon to participate in your wonderful party!!! Woo woo!
I thank you very much, Rumpy. If I hadn’t met you on Twitter, I was not sure to continue it.
You always cheer us-anipals up and send us lots of important messages through your blog or twitter.
I’m interested in knowing about the situations of animals all over the world and you
guide us to show it. The better I know you, the more I like you, Rumpy.
Your family is so lovely, each of you cares about each other. We should learn more from you.
I hope that this Tuesday will be a great day for you, Rumpy! Woo woo!!! I’m now preparing for a poetry about my mom and me…hmmmmm.
lots of love from Kevin xxx
Kevin! Click on the pic to read his interview.
Tweeter Kitty wrote an awesome poem! Click on her pic to check it out!
Rocky sent in a photo with the following: Here is a picture of Rocky’s first day at the ranch with his new mama Stella – unfortunately Stella passed away in May of 2011. He had an eye infection and really bad puppy acne – but just a sweetheart!!!
Rocky with Stella
Bongo has written a poem also. He’s going to post it so you can find the link to his blog and check him out. He’s got cat problems like I do! Click on his pic so you can check out his blog!
Nuala sent pics of her brothers. To read their story, click on the photo!
Splat, Socks and Carus
Jackson Bearkitteh has written a poignant poem of his rescue as a feral that was near-death. Click on his pic to read it. Here’s pics of him and of his sister Violet.
Here’s the stories of three sweet dogs. Click on the pic to read Tilly Tot, Oreo Blizzard and Ling Ling’s stories!
Tilly Tot (left) Oreo Blizzard (center) and Ling Ling (right)
Hello, my name is Stellita (Baby Girl to my mom). I adopted my mommy three years ago on 9/11. I lived in a shelter and was afraid of everyone because I was beat when I was 6 months old and ended up being passed from shelter to shelter. Then my mom showed up when I was 1 1/2 years old. I would follow her around, but would not let her touch me for about 3 months. I wanted to see if I could trust her, being a human and all. After that, she was the only one I trusted to go to. Some lady wanted to adopt me, but I did not want to go to her because I was afraid of everyone. So, mom stepped up and took me home (my forever home). I now live with my mom and two very small chihuahuas.
I had my Gotcha Day Celebration last month and could not be happier.. So, I justed wanted to wish you the best Gotcha Day Celebration day ever!
Stellita (Baby Girl to my mom)
Here’s Dakota and mom! Click on the pic to read their story!
Dakota and Caren
And last but not least, here’s the pic Gordon sent me. I guess you could say this is “the end.” You can read his interview by clicking on the pic.
Happy "GOTCHA" day Rumpy.... give us a kiss. MOL MOL MOL....
OK now, the party has just begun! Start posting YOUR Gotcha! stories!
woo woo woo! I love you!