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While these boys may not be "newsworthy", they're very worthy to us -- !!

 

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At the right is dear Hogan, an Ohio unwanted pit bull, sponsored by rescuer Sharon, who is working her tail off to save this boy.

She writes --

"Hogan is a big guy. He is very friendly with people and dogs. A gentle, playful soul who is about 2 years old. He is neutered and shots UTD."


Now, to me, Hogan is a champion -- and his story touches me -- with Sharon's vigilance in helping him, and his overall condition --

-- really, this boy needs help, and he will get it.


Next is little Smokey -- Sharon writes --

"Smokey is also about two years old, neutered, shots UTD. He is also dog, cat and people friendly is loves the attention of people.

Neither dog shows food aggression or any or iffy behavior at all.
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And again, Smokey the Survivor.

He is an adult pit-mix (probably with Boxer), and he is getting a one-in-a-million chance in Ohio --

-- through Sharon's help.


So, to me, these dogs are the ones the media overlooks -- like Opal here, at the right -- a girl who was running the streets as a stray, and whose adoptive parents gave her the gift of a great life.

While I think the Mike Vick pups needed help, and need attention in the media, to show they're overall good dogs that got stuck in a bad spot, I think that every day rescuers and every day dogs in need -- and those rescued -- need some glamour, too.


These rescuers and adopters are the people that every morning are awoken, pushed by an inner voice, to help these poor souls.

These rescuers and adopters, however, are not in their route for glamour and show -- instead, they're in it for soothe an inner need, to say to God at the end of the day that, "I'm helping" and to look at their rescued dogs and to know that they made a world of difference that day, for that one loving soul.

So, a big "THANK YOU" to the Sharon's out there, and a big "THANK YOU" to adopters like Opal's parents.

If you'd like to join the humble, rewarded ranks of Opal's parents by blessing one of these two boys' lives, fill out an adoption application above!