Peaceful Passings also happens to be the adoptive home of one of my former fosters, Patch. He came out to greet me along with 4-5 others when I arrived and instantly recognized me as friend rather than foe. There are a lot of blog posts about Patch, back in October-November of 2013. Here is one that provides an array of pictures that show his progress: Six Weeks of Patch. Patch's story is one of incredible transformation of a very neglected and very unique dog. And I love the fact that he has taken on a role in rescue work himself, as Vice President of Peaceful Passings, and is very good at it.
|That liquid is about a quart of vegetable|
oil, a dozen eggs, with shells, and two
packages of gelatin mixed in the blender.
|Messy, but yummy.|
Feed raw, do not cook it.
|Lily the beautiful|
A good time was had by all.
|Max with a ball in his mouth.|
|Vince doesn't play ball, but he kept an eye on everyone and|
marked a lot of stuff in the pasture.
|Max, Simba, and Lily|
|The bees were active in the warm weather.|
|Water break: Theo, Simba, and Lily|
|Vince and Max|
|Lily is so beautiful.|
|Gigi enjoys getting out to stretch her legs on a nice day.|
|This picture sums up how Max plays with the others.|
He's out there with them, he's got a ball, but he's
moving in a different direction.
Here are a group of pictures of Simba and Lily, after all, they are the two who are up for adoption.
|This is a great picture of Lily and Simba together.|
|Simba sure has the classic German Shepherd look.|
|After the romp, Samantha came outside,|
thinking that with all the activity going on
it must surely be dinner time.
|Trooper on the trail.|
About mid-afternoon Clay and I headed to town for a trip to Costco, dinner, and a movie. We saw "Hidden Figures" and I can really recommend it. Best of all, when we finally got home we found no damage, no destruction, no havoc in the house. Maya had been a good girl.