Friday, December 26, 2008

The Annual Holiday Photo of Rescued Pugs

Tim and Glynna's Pugs
Christmas 2008

Thanks to Dallas Fort Worth Pug Rescue volunteers Tim and Glynna for sharing their annual picture of their wonderful pugs. Each year Tim and Glynna's holiday picture reminds me of that scene in Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer when Rudolph visits the Island of Misfit Toys. That's the part of the movie where all the toys who were discarded or forgotten for one reason or another are gathered, just hoping to be rescued and loved.

Our rescue pugs are much more precious than toys. I think sometimes people forget that pets are not things to be discarded or forgotten. Even blind, deaf, and handicapped elderly pugs deserve a chance at having a loving home, and that's why we turn away no pug regardless of age or medical condition.

I think if you eavesdropped at night on the prayers of our rescue volunteers, you would hear a common wish. God help us to rescue them all and to find wonderful homes for every unloved and unwanted pug.

2 comments:

pugwynde said...

Nancy, What a wonderful picture of Tim & Glynna's pugs! Your script brought tears to my eyes. DFWPRC volunteers & pugs remain in my thoughts & prayers. Michelle Charvat, Loveland, CO (Mary & Mo)

Nancy and the fatties said...

Hi Michelle! please give Mary and Mo big hugs for us. If you want to send your email to nancnpugs@msn.com and the number of calendars needed, we will be sure we get a calendar(s) to you!
xxooo