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A lady on the no. 36 Broadway bus carried her wee dog, who looked like a fox, in this sporty carrier bag.
“Teko” – Camille in Queens, New York
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How I Feel about Puppy Mills: A little over two months ago, I was adopted by a wonderful family. I lived the first four months of my life in a Puppy Mill in Missori. OI did not have a nice life up till that point. I was never handled by a human except if they needed to take me out of the cage for some reason or another. They never gave me love though. My handlers didn’t care for me. Then one day my home was raided and then I ended up with some nice folks that cared for me temporarily till my new permanent Mommy came and got me. She flew all the way to Florida to pick me up form the shelter and bring me home. Now I have a really fabulous life. It wasn’t always easy for my new Mom though. I was very frightened for a while and did not want to be handled. I have gotten better with the help of my Mommy & Daddy, and they are very understanding of my fear. I still have a long way to go with strange people. My Mommy tries to help me by taking me everywhere with her. I have several carriers I’m very comfortable in and love the car. On a weekly basis I go to the gym with Mommy and shopping and to the doctor’s offices. Sometimes they don’t even know I’m with her, cause I’m so quiet and relaxed. We even go for park walks
& I get to meet other doggie friends. I am really getting better. I know in time and a lot of patience and exposure I will improve my social skills. But I wish for the most if everyone would chip in and help save the rest of my caged friends in the puppy mills. Every penny counts and the more voices we have the better!!!!