Monday, July 10, 2017

Did You Know?



Thanks, Shane.

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  1. What a wonderful story, thanks for sharing. Have a great week, hugs Valerie

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    1. Thank you. You have a great week too, Val.
      Hugs back,

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  2. "The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” Mahatma Gandhi
    And he was right.

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  3. Nice story. Sadly they went on fighting.

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  4. I was truly impressed with this, even if it was a commercial. It really shows what this country was once made of.

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  5. An uplifting way to start the week.

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  6. Wow, what an amazing story. Something about animals. Like the moment in War Horse where both sides went out to free the horse.

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    1. They do bring out the protective nature in a lot of folks don't they?

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  7. I love this story because this is at a time when animals were not treated n the same level they are today. It does show what a gentleman Washington was.

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    1. I agree, Birgit. Washington was certainly a gentleman and honorable man.

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  8. Animals sure can bring sides together then they just go back to fighting though.

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    1. Sigh. We just don't seem to learn do we?

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  9. I did not know! Great story!

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    1. I didn't know it either till my brother forwarded this to me.

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    1. A little piece of history I wasn't familiar with.

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  11. What a sweet story, thanks for sharing. Have a happy week.

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    1. My pleasure, Barbara.
      You have a happy week too:)

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    1. My pleasure. Glad you enjoyed it, S.J.

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  13. When men are honorable, they show the best of what we can be! Thanks for posting this today.

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    1. That's for sure, Lee.
      You're most welcome.

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  14. All I could think about during this was that Washington named a longcat after Hamilton. haha

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  15. cranbereez; we waz hopin text wood bee thru out; we will chex thiz out when de FSG comez home frum werk !!! ♥♥☺☺

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    1. Bummer. Hope you get to see it. I think you'd enjoy it.

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  16. I love that you take the time to show us these stories we may not see otherwise. Very special and important! Hugs...

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  17. Aww. So heartwarming! I love the videos dog food companies are doing now. They're realizing that going viral with a doggy video people will eagerly share goes MUCH farther than a traditional commercial.

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  18. Absolutely touches the heart Sandra...loved it!!! After all...dogs are people, too 🐕🐩

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    1. Glad you liked it, Jan:)
      Hope all is well in your corner of the world.

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  19. Very touching! Very touching!! When we act from within our soul, to one another, compassion is everywhere. This dog showed what we can do! Big Hugs!

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