Charlie Bear here with Honey and Clue! That’s Clue above, just look at that face, and here’s Honey….!
Here’s Tiger’s story about having a Clue, and a Honey, too.
Honey and Clue both came from shelters. Honey was in a kill shelter (grrrr) in PA when I drove down to rescue her and two others. She was supposed to be a “foster” but quickly became family. She was already 8 years old when she came to us, had been tied in a barn for years, and trusted no one. We left a box of doggie biscuits outside the front door with instructions for everyone to give her one and praise her when they came in. She stopped growling, but never learned not to flinch at quick movements or how to play, although she had one big, fuzzy ball she carried around everywhere. Honey crossed over the rainbow bridge 2 years ago at age 16 and she’s still missed.
Some irresponsible idiot dumped Clue on a back road to fend for herself when she was only 10 months old. Their loss, my gain. She is the sweetest thing alive; loves everyone and everything, including field mice! She’s 12 now and slowing down, but still up for a short game of ball and always ready to snuggle.
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Charlie Bear back again. So how’s that for a love story? These two beauties found love and comfort. Honey sure had a “sweet” home (couldn’t resist!).
I’m sure Rex has said “hi” to Honey up over the rainbow bridge. Boy, she lived a long life — she was 16! — my Mom Peep wishes Rex would have stayed around way past 11.
Wiggles & woofs,