Please Recycle: Bailey The Reusable Dog

29 Oct

I am so touched at this story. And I understand very clearly the question of “Who saved whom?” Thank goodness there ARE people in this world who recycle.
Recycled dogs ROCK.

Going To The Dogs


They found her in the back seat of a stranger’s car at the mall, wearing a tired red collar without a tag, a crumpled paper sack holding two cans of dog food next to her bushy black tail.

Whoever left her probably believed they were doing the best thing, that maybe the owner of a nice car would have the money to keep her and care for her. She was well groomed and well fed; her people had cared for her. Whatever it was that brought them to the point of parting with her — a divorce, a deployment, a lost job. They must have believed this was better than taking her to a shelter.

But the owner of the nice car didn’t or couldn’t or wouldn’t keep her, and she ended up at the shelter anyway, one of the several million homeless dogs that are killed in shelters every…

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Posted by on October 29, 2013 in anxiety, dogs


2 responses to “Please Recycle: Bailey The Reusable Dog

  1. The Patron Saint of Dogs

    October 29, 2013 at 10:54 pm

    Beautiful! Brought tears to my eyes

  2. Bongo

    October 31, 2013 at 1:01 am

    Thanks for sharing this story. It’s really sweet.


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