Jan 23, 2008

A Beautiful Story

Give a Dog a Bone attends to San Francisco's "forgotten dogs." It's a phrase that still packs an emotional punch, though I've heard it hundreds of times in my years with the shelter. Unfortunately, forgotten dogs exist everywhere, but the below article is a moving account of how one person can affect so many...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is a fabulous story. It hit me exactly the way the story of GADAB hit me when I first read it.
You are doing wonderful, wonderful work, and doing it the only way it can be done - putting one foot in front of the other.
Your courage and commitment, like those of the lady in Corning -(memory glitch!) - are inspiring and commendable. - Jean in Seaside