#ThrowbackThursday: Lost Treasures

Recently we received a new-to-us camera. I had an old memory card I stuck inside, and found, to my surprise, some forgotten treasures. Thought I’d share them with you today. Enjoy!

This is Rumpy not long after I found him. He'd been with me long enough for me to figure out he was staying. Then he convinced me he to let him live inside.
This is Rumpy not long after I found him. He’d been with me long enough for me to figure out he was staying. Then he convinced me he to let him live inside.
And this is baby Graybie Baby!
This is baby Graybie Baby! He was abandoned soon after birth, and I bottle-fed him. I didn’t think he’d live, but he did!
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This is baby Hissy Fit Jones! He was accompanied on the back porch by June Buggie.
This is Rumpy with Lucky.  He stepped in a trap as a pup and lost both his front feet. Vets at the University of Tennessee Vet Hospital saved him by creating two paws for his legs, then a rescuer rehabbed him. He was a wonderful dog. Always happy, to have been though what he had.
This is Rumpy with Lucky. Lucky stepped in a trap as a pup and lost both his front feet. Vets at the University of Tennessee Vet Hospital saved him by creating two paws for his legs, then a rescuer rehabbed him. He was a wonderful dog. Always happy, considering what he’d been though.

30 thoughts on “#ThrowbackThursday: Lost Treasures

  1. Great pictures!!! So happy to see young Rumpy, baby Graybie Baby, Hissy Fit Jones and beautiful Lucky!!! Thank you very much for sharing them!!! 🙂

  2. Lovely sweet pictures, thank you for the share. What an harrowing story of Lucky’s life. Animals are always so much more appreciative of life and it’s Blessings than we are. He is fortunate to have found you, Rumpydog and the gang. This story brought tears to my eyes.

  3. Aww, so sweet. Lovely to read about how Lucky was saved. Never ceases to amaze me how animals adapt so well with a loving home. Our Max is like that, born missing a paw (in-bred at a puppy mill) thrown away to a kill shelter when we found him. The sweetest little guy (very small for a rottie: 50 lbs) we’ve ever adopted. 🙂

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