(First Momma wants everyone to know that Mags did fine with her surgery yesterday and will be coming home tonight after she gets off of work. Stella was pretty upset last night trying to figure out what was going on.)
Mom will be posting more pictures of this story once she figures the camera out. Until then here is a picture she got from Marianne's page.
So you know Mom loves dogs, and you know Mom loves pugs, and you know Mom loves pugs that need out of the "crualella deville puppy mills" so this is our story.
Thursday afternoon Mom was able to get my brother and sister away from the Mill and transport them two hours away to meet a person coming from Las Vegas so they could go and live in a great home! This person is part of a Pug Rescue Organization and she was on her way to Milwaukee to a big ole pugfest.
Here is my brother, (we secretly called him Bennie)
Here is my sister, (we secretly called her mouse)
Mom wanted to keep them, but knew she couldn't so the next best thing was to find them super homes.
Mom cried not cos her heart was breaking but because it was joyous.
Angus Gunther Long
I was so excited when I found out I would actually be able to save these little guys from living the rest of their lives out in the cruddy basement. I couldn't stop smiling all week, unknown to me though was the actual day that we left not only was I happy and nervous, I was sad. We really wanted to keep the little boy, but knew three was enough for us, so it was somewhat of a internal struggle. Even just driving them, I got to know them better and their wonderful personalities. As we waiting for Marianne to get there, my stomach was doing flipflops and I had so many emotions. When they pulled up beside us, I actually thought about just driving away. How silly of me, and then I cried some. I am so lucky to get to meet Marianne and Barbara and I could tell they loved the babies right away and would keep them safe from harm. That should have made it easy to driveaway....it did not. So this is the life lesson on rescuing that I learned. Sometimes even happiness can bring sadness into your heart.
I will post more on Monday.