To date she is responsible for saving over 10, dogs as she is the inspiration and founder of NMDR. Written by — Rich Strader Lily is the love and the light of my life. Lily died in my arms May 13, She will be missed. Please share! Contact Us Local:. I just so love all your stories and videos. In a world so full of unbelievable animals cruelty and abuse, I cannot tell you how much your stories life my spirits.
So often the pain we feel when we hear and see this terrible cruelty to animals, is overwhelming and then your beautiful kindness comes through and helps me to realise that there are lots of wonderful people who are doing amazing work to change the lives of all animals. Some are tears of sadness but most are tears of joy and hope. Thank you for sharing another beautifully touching story. Edgars Mission is amazing!!!! I hope someday I can cross the pond and visit this beautiful place! Pam you are an amazing Human, with Animal Cruelty rife it is so heartwarming to watch your Videos of your amazing rescues and the love and compassion you show these beautiful Creatures, thank you.
Thank you Pam you are a special soul. Pam, you are one of my greatest heroes and although you may not know it, you are a bodhisattva- a Buddhist term for a compassionate, altruistic and loving person. Bless you always and thank you xxxx. This is why I donate, to help these beautiful animals.
They will only know love and compassion from now on, safe in the loving sanctuary that is Edgars Mission. It is obvious that it is sorely needed. However there are too many cruel people out there who are dead inside and have no compassion for animals. But equally there are many wonderful people such as yourself running organisations to rescue abused, neglected and exploited animals and I thank you all.
Your email address will not be published. Had me in tears. Thank you Pam and the team for all you do.hardquarrapharkei.tk
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Why obtain an animal, and then not feed it?? Such a darling little guy and such evil that put him in that condition. Thanks to the Angels on earth that help and adopt these furbabies. It touches a special place in my heart!
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Bless you for the love and care you gave him. May he rest in peace. I believe his suffering will not be in vain. I believe his story will be the guiding light that will spur us on to make sure we rid the world of puppy mills, and never stop speaking out and fighting for those who have no voice. Gremmy, you were a gift from God.
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Your story will never be forgotten…you are now free from pain, Rest in Peace little Gremmy…. Carol, thank you for your kind words. That is what we are hoping his story does — inspires others to act! God bless your family for the love and respect you gave this little dog. The story of Gremmy has just broken my heart.
It is so hard to believe anyone could hurt precious animals like Gremmy. I will do anything to help get a law passed getting rid of all puppy mills.
Just think of all the animals born into this situation just to suffer like Gremmy did. There must be something that can be done.
RIP sweet little Gremmy!!!!!! And thanks to you and your family for showing Gremmy such love during his last days. Ann, thank you for your kind words. I could not read with out the tears flowing. I hate to see an animal suffer that can not speak up for them selves. They are just babies and so much of Gods creatures.
Why and what kind of people can be so cruel? Thank you, for loving Gremmy and showing her that not everyone is bad.
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Brown, the debut title in a fantasy duology inspired by West and North African folklore. Stead, an intergenerational tale of two friends who witness nature through the seasons; One of These Is Not Like the Others by Barney Saltzberg, introducing the concept of inclusiveness and celebrating unity; The Passover Guest by Susan Kusel, illus. Peretz, about a stranger who visits a poor family on the first night of Passover and featuring illustrations inspired by historic photos; and Ohana Means Family by Ilima Loomis, illus.
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