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Friday, April 16, 2010

A veterinarian technician has been arrested in connection with Courage's case. You may recall, this dog ate dirt and rocks to survive. At the bottom of the article, there's a very touching video of his recovery to date. He still is not out of the woods because his organs may yet fail. Please keep Courage in your prayers.


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    Thank you for having a caring heart. Prayers that he recovers and give back some of the love that has been shown him. -- Lou
    2379 days ago
    2379 days ago
    Thank you for this great post. I am praying for Courage...
    2380 days ago
  • SUNNY332
    If I lived in California, I would apply to adopt Courage. What a great story and shame on that Vet Tech who did not take care of him.

    I am going to be following this story. My heart has been lifted up by this beautiful dog named Courage.

    Awesome post. Thanks so much!

    2380 days ago
    I don't understand how anyone could do this, let alone someone who works with animals and (theoretically, at least) has some sense of caring for them. I can understand people who don't care about animals: I cannot understand people who actively neglect or try to harm or hurt animals. Or people, when it comes to that. What demons would drive a person to make them want to hurt someone else? Very distressing.
    2380 days ago
    You have a wonderful heart for those who are hurting whether human or animal. That's a really wonderful trait. I cannot stand to see any animal in pain or mistreated. I have a dog and 2 Katrina cats and don't know what I would do without them.
    God bless,
    2380 days ago
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