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each day, leading up to christmas, i will be showcasing some animals from help the animals..tune in at noon and check out one of the 12 strays of christmas

i will also post a pic each day of all the great animals as they visit the studio..

this is phoebe and pete. they were brought into the shelter in an open cargo carrier and literally thrown into the shelter by someone who did not want to wait 15 more minutes for the shelter to open. he threw them both into a back door and actually broke pete's leg in the process. they are both great dogs looking for a good home.

this is schuyler. he was left at the animal shelter with 15 other kittens in a large box. they were all very sick, and malnourished. schulyer had a very bad ear infection and was very weak. he has since fully recovered, and because of his bad ear infection he walks around with a slight tilt to his head. he looks like a total pimp cat with his head tilted as he walks.

this is mobley the rat. probably the coolest rat on the planet. he was super cool, and would make a fantastic pet. he is easy to take care of, and does not require tons of attention. just feed him (both rat food and whatever you are eating) and he will be your best buddy. i know a rat is a different kind of pet, but this guy would happily chill on the couch with you and watch tv. plus, rats are MUCH smarter and cleaner than gerbils, hamsters, ...etc. he is smart and may very well get out of his cage, but he will always come back. mobley is only $20 to adopt and has already been fixed and raised around people. he is ready for a good home.

this is marble. marble is one of my favorite dogs we have ever had on this program. he will get to be about 45 pounds and has one of the best personality ever. he would love to hang out with you and play with you and be your best friend. he has the coolest eyes, they are dark with very light blue spots. he is only 4 months old, already house broken, and comes with all his shots. you can visit him now at help the animals.

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Comment by Lillian Young on December 22, 2009 at 2:01pm
Twas the nite before Christmas when all thru the house Not a creature was stirring not even a mouse the stockings were hung by the chimney with care In hopes that St. Nick soon would be there
The children all nestled all snug in their beds With No thought of the dog filling their head And mamma in her kerchief and I in my cap Knew the dog was cold, but didn't care about that
When out on the lawn there arose such a clatter I sprang from the bed to see what was the matter Away to the window I flew like a flash Figuring the dog was free of his chain and into the trash
The moon on the breast of the new fallen snow gave the luster of mid-day to objects below When what to my wondering eyes should appear But Santa Clause with eyes full of tears
He unchained the dog once so lively and quick Last years Xmas present now painfully sick More rapid than eagles he called the dogs name and the dog ran to him despite all his pain.
Now Dasher, now Dancer, now Prancer and Vixen On Comet on Cupid on Donner and Blitzen To the top of the porch to the top of the wall Let's find this dog a home where he will be loved by all.
I knew in an instant there would be no gifts this year For Santa had made one thing quite clear The gift of a dog is not just for the season We had gotten the dog for all the wrong reasons
In our haste to think of the kids a gift There was one important thing we missed A dog should be family, and cared for the same You don't give a Gift, then put it on a chain
And I heard him explain as he rode out of site YOU WEREN'T GIVEN A GIFT YOU WERE GIVEN A LIFE!
Comment by K-Magic-J on December 15, 2009 at 9:40am
you dont look too sure about mobley the rat...i with i could have marble, but my dog maggie would tear him up....sigh, oh well...cute ain't half bad either.
Comment by Aaliyah pickett on December 9, 2009 at 6:35pm
cute and dave y r u waring a hat?????????/////]

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