The New York Times yesterday had a long and interesting piece on the difficult choices people have to make when it comes to end-of-life care for their pets. This is certainly a subject Alayne and I have wrestled with so many heartbreaking times over the years. The decisions never get easier, no matter how much painful "experience" we have to go by. No doubt nearly everyone reading this blog has been in that position before, too.
The Times story was thoughtful and insightful, and I figured you might want to read it if you haven't already. Full story here.
Shelter Challenge Contest -- Please Vote for the Farm!
The latest Shelter Challenge started Monday, January 7 and ends on April 28. Grand prize in this round is $10,000, $3,000 for second place and $1,000 for third place, plus $1,000 for weekly winners and $1,000 for state winners. There are also other categories ... please see the Shelter Challenge website for details.
*** You will find us listed as Rolling Dog Farm. The state is NH for New Hampshire. ***
Please remember, you can vote every day ... consider bookmarking the voting page to make it easy.
We just won $1,000 as a weekly winner in the current contest, and thousands more in the previous contests. The Shelter Challenge really does bring in a lot of money for the animals here!
You can vote in the Shelter Challenge here.
Thank you for your votes!