KKBN Pet Of The Week 09.10.2019

Hi,

I would like to nominate my dog Georgia as the pet of the week.

Georgia is a walker blue tick hound dog. She is 2 years old.

Georgia absolutely loves her family. She is a protector. Whether you’re in danger or not, she is always by your side.

She loves to play with the kids and has lots of fun pulling out toys of the toy box for herself.

Georgia is not just a dog; she is a family member who is loved by all.

Kimberlie

 

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KKBN Pet Of The Week 8.27.19

Abbie Gabbie Goo

This is my border collie mix rescue, she is 2 years old and my best friend in the whole world. She’s the friendliest little Blondie with tons of spunk and energy.

She’s always with me whether I am hiking, on the lake, or lounging around the house. You can catch her hanging her head and tongue out of the window of my sedan around town with her hair blowing in the wind.

She is just the sweetest girl who loves to make her mamma and others happy. I couldn’t love her anymore than I already do.

To know her is to love her. ❤️

Desiree

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KKBN Pet of the Week 08.20.2019

May I introduce Mr. No Mo.

He is a real gift from Heaven. I already had two rescue kitties and another companion cat in my shop. Her name was Stella.

Everyone was trying to give more kittens and cats. I kept telling them “No Mo Cats”! I have been around and loved cats for over eighty years. No Mo showed up one evening, looking for a hand-out. I told him to go home. Next morning and evening, he was here, still looking for something to eat. Told him again to go home. Next morning, I gave in. I told him he must be the “No Mo Cat” I have been talking about. The name stuck.

He spent his days in the shop with Stella and me and was a real blessing for Stella. He would jump into her bed and wash her from Nose to toes. He would also bring her dead mice, birds, lizards etc. She couldn’t eat any of those yummy gifts. I had to wait until no one was looking to ditch the “goodies”. A month later, Stella was diagnosed with cancer.  My Vet and I did all that we could for her, but she lost her battle. No Mo was just devastated, wandering around and meowing for her. We both were suffering from broken hearts. I had Stella for many years. She was almost 19 when she went to the Rainbow Bridge.

I finally started taking No Mo into the house at night. The first night, he walked in, grabbed the special needs rescue kitty and washed him from nose to toes and has kept him neat and clean ever since. This relieved me from one of my daily chores of cleaning up “Stinky”.

I have been truly blessed!

Gail “Cat Mom” Forrester, Murphys

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KKBN Pet of the Week 08.13.2019

Sir Maximus Fatty Pants… aka Max for short.

He is a 13 week old Malamute and Husky mix.

He already loves the water and playing with his adopted mommy dog Viada who is a rescue puppy.

He is a very loving and mellow pup.

Megan and Gage

 

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