Posted by Kelly on Nov 01, 2012.
Poor Annie. Looks like hurricane Sandy isn’t quite done with us yet!
LOL! What a face, Chris!
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Goodness, look at those eyes, what must Annie be thinking? We know most of the Sheltie’s are not water lovers, so don’t worry sweet baby, Chris will take care of you. Where ever you are, please stay safe, we all send prayers your way.
My heart goes out to you Annie and Chris! I am so sorry for all the turmoil you had to endure. My shelties are my life and THEY have to come first no matter what! I am so glad you are safe and sound. Hang in there Chris, we are all saying prayers for those on the east coast. God Bless.
Oh that face is priceless! Annie, I’m glad you have a safety stripe on your rain parka so rescue will see you bobbing in the water. But where is your floatation device dear?
Such a sad face….
Bless Annie and her family!!! She is a cutie. Who is the sheltie in the background??? :)
Annie, you have survived snowstorms and below zero temps, so I know you can get through anything, especially with Brad as your daddy. For those of you who do not know, Annie was a rescued Sheltie from Illinois. She lived outside during one of the worst winters we have had. Her owner decided she needed a better life. Chris and Brad took one look at her photo and adopted her. Getting her to Chris was not easy. An amazing young woman who was visiting in Illinois said Annie could hitch a ride with her. Unfortunately they left the day a blinding snowstorm hit! Once Annie made it to her new home, she has been living the good life ever since. God Bless Chris and Brad!
Annie has come a long way to her forever home! thank goodness previous owners did the right thing & let her go where she’s cared for & LOVED!
Bless you for taking in your beatiful new addition to your household..She is amazing! LOL
Such a heartwarming story about Annie and her new life! She’s probably thinking “I don’t need no stinkin raincoat!”
What a little sweetie your Annie is! yes, she looks like my shelties would look if there was the possibility of any water. I hope the waters recede soon and life can get back to normal. Thanks for taking her into your home. I know you all are blessed.
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