Thursday, 7 January 2010

Happy New Year!

Happy 2010!

It's a new beginning, and we're going to do all we can to make this a good year for the animals. This month alone Liz has five meetings on various issues. I'm crossing my fingers for good discussions at at least two!

One meeting is in Halifax on the grey seal issue...judging from the province's democratic process on the issue late last year, I'm not going to get my hopes up. The following link summarizes the issue quite well.

On a happy note, Little Miss Muffet, the poodle I've been fostering for the past couple months (seen here with Shiloh) is going to her new home soon! Yay! She is, quite possibly, the BEST and sweetest dog I've ever met - and I've met A LOT of dogs. Someone called the office and said she found Muffet on the street. The poor thing is 8 - 12 years old, was never spayed, and had two mammary lumps, one about an inch wide. So we got her all fixed up and throughout the whole process, she was a little angel. She wore her Elizabethan collar with no problem and acted like nothing unual had happend. She didn't even bat an eye when we left her at the vet. I've been fostering animals for a couple years now but this little girl is going to be hard to let go. She's going to wonderful people, so I don't have to worry THAT much = )

Let's hope the rest of the year is filled with more happy endings!

Tail wags,
Lia and the AAC Crew

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