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The power of the paw is needed, please join paws.........

February 13th 2007 6:47 pm
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Make a circle please, join paws...............and feel the power of the paw...these poor dogs, cats, rabbits, etc... need our help. Please help stop this horrible animal abuse by signing the peition on the ASPCA website and spreading the word. These animals are counting on us...they need us to join paws and circle around them in love and support...the power of the paw works miracles. Love Jazzi, Sissy and Mommy... please hear their cry for help. We can do it....!!!

Dear Animal Advocates,

HR 137/S 261 (the Animal Fighting Prohibition Enforcement Act of 2007) has been introduced in both the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate. The Act seeks to increase the penalties for cockfighting and dog fighting. Similar bills introduced in 2006 were never voted on, so they died when Congress recessed for the year.

The Animal Fighting Prohibition Enforcement Act would properly penalize and hopefully deter people from engaging in these brutal “blood sports.” Dogs used in dog fighting often die of blood loss, shock, dehydration, exhaustion and infection. Some trainers train their dogs to fight using smaller animals, such as cats, rabbits or smaller dogs as bait. The presence of animal fighting in communities has been known to lead to other crimes, such as illegal gambling, carrying of illegal weapons and drug sales.

What You Can Do
Please sign our web-letter, which will be sent to your senators and representative urging them to support the Animal Fighting Prohibition Enforcement Act of 2007. You may also visit our website to read about this legislation in greater depth.

We deeply thank you for your help and support


Happy Valentines Week! We love you all!!

February 11th 2007 6:58 am
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Happy Valentines week!!!! Love is in the air and we want to thank you all for being our friends....we are so blessed!!!! my mommy wont be able to type or be on line for a while, so we didn't want anyone to worry...........her spinal cord and arms are not happy right now!!!! Go figure!!! Wanted to say thanks for all the beautiful hearts and kind sorry we can't thank you each individually, but this one finger typing is hard to do! LOL Each of you have left special paw prints in our hearts and we are much better for knowing you! Love and kisses, Jazzi and mommy


Fellow furbaby needs the power of the paw and our- help...please read!

February 8th 2007 6:10 pm
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I have leanred to use the word impossible with the greatest of caution." ~Wernber von Braun

Mommy, Sissy, and I are trying to help everyone "paw" together and help this precious kitty and his mother (we don't know them, but it doesn't matter). If we are not part of the solution and dont take time to help, then we are not fulfilling our desire to help those in need. Kindly read below and help if you can...please spread the word to all those you know. Love and kisses, Jazzi, Sissy and family

P.S. To give unconiditonally is the greatest gift we can offer to others....but more importantly to ourselves.

Message Follows:

This is from the Artsy Catsy blog, about our fellow Catster, Mu Shue, who is in need of expensive surgery. Artsy Catsy is selling BEAUTIFUL book marks to raise money for Mu Shue's surgery. These will make awesome gifts as they really are very nice book marks. Check it all out below.

Bookmark Benefit for Mu Shue

ArtsyCatsy ( is worried about our new friend Mu Shue ( and As you may know, he’s very sick and needs treatment that will cost his Mama Laura $1200. She has already spent her savings helping him, and even had to sell the heirloom jewelry her grandmother left her.

With 15 of us kitties, our humans have been in the same situation, and our hearts go out to Mu Shue and Mama Laura. We ArtsyCats are very impressed by how this wonderful world of blogging kitties pulls together to help each other out, and we want to do our part. So we met for a brainpurring session and had an IDEA! The human artists are making hand-beaded waxed linen bookmarks to offer for $10 each on our blog and we'll send ALL the proceeds to Mu Shue and Mama Laura.

To order bookmarks to help Mu Shue, just email with your mailing address, the number of bookmarks you want to order, and whether you want to use PayPal or mail a check, and we’ll email instructions right back to you. (When you order, you can add a dollar or two to help cover mailing costs if you want, but you don’t have to. And, yes, we will ship internationally.)

We'll make as many bookmarks as we can from now through Feb. 22, and then we’ll send ALL the money to Mu Shue and Mama Laura. Just think – if we could sell 60 bookmarks, that would completely cover the $600 down payment for Mu Shue’s treatment! And don’t forget, if you don’t need a bookmark, the wonderful Mr. Hendrix ( y.html and is also helping to collect donations for Mu Shue.

Our heartfelt thanks to all you kind and caring cats and beans for helping Mu Shue and Mama Laura. We’re very proud to be a part of this beautiful kitty community!


January 28, 2007...My mommy's "other birthday" written by my- sister, Sissy

January 21st 2007 8:12 am
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Dearest Mommy, I want you to know you are my hero. I know today is a difficult day for you. You are an amazing woman and I admire you more than you know. I can't help but have mixed feelings either. We are all so happy you are with us, and yet so sad because of your continual pain and daily struggles. It's hard for me to imagine it has been 17 years since the careless drunk driver hit you and changed your life forever. The person you were, died, and when you came back to us, we were so thankful. We admire you tenacity and strength. I know I was not a part of your life then....and neither was my daddy, but if things would have been different, our paths may never have crossed. I am so thankful to have you for my mommy and so proud of all you do and who you are despite what you go through daily. We know this day makes you sad, and yet grateful and that is okay. It is a bittersweet day and you are entitled to have these feelings..................if we could make you better we would, but want you to know, we think you are perfect just as you are....and despite what happens, we will always be by your side. An extra special thank you to Jazzi and my sisters in spirit at the bridge, CheyAnne and Sugar, who laid in your hospital bed and stayed by your side and helped you walk again. They watched you endure pain and stuggles uuimagineable to most.... I am glad I can be a part of what and who you are will always be my, I say thank you for being alive and walking into my life and heart forever, Sissy

P.S. Daddy and Jazzi think you are amazing too.


Happy-Healthy New Year To All Our Special Friends!

December 30th 2006 6:31 am
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Thanks so much for being our freinds. We are truly blessed to have each of you in our lives. You have left forever paw prints in our hearts. We hope the new year brings you peace and all the things your hearts desire. Each of you truly deserve so much. We love and appreciate you, Jazzi, Sissy and Family

"By loving and understanding animals, perhaps we humans shall come to understand each other." ~Dr. Louis J. Camuti

Make it your New Years Resolution to try and understand those around you with an open heart and mind....and when you see things from others' perspective, you will grow and become richer. No two animals or people are alike, and yet, add so much versatility to the world.


Happy Birthday to the best sister ever....Sissy

December 28th 2006 5:18 am
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On December 29, walked into our lives. You were covered in mud, starving, sick, limping, scared, and covered in ice droplets...your body was shirving and tired. You broke our hearts. Our eyes met and an immediate trust developed. A unspoken language so powerful our hearts joined. It was truly amazing. You came into our lives when we needed you most (I needed you most...your mommy), but we didn't know that...we just knew we needed to help you. Thank you for trusting us enough to take the first steps across the church parking lot in our amrs and then into our car....thank you for chosing us for your forever home. Your are our special angel and loyal friend. Your footprints are forever in our hearts.

Happy Birthday Sissy Girl!! We love you, Mom, Dad and Jazzi

My Best Friend

The one absolutely unselfish friend that man can have in this selfish world,
the one that never deserts him,
the one that never proves ungrateful or treacherous, is his dog.
A man's dog stands by him in prosperity and poverty, in health and sickness -
He will sleep on the cold ground where the wintry winds blow and the snow drives fiercely, if only he may be near his master's side.
He will kiss the hand that has no food to offer,
He will lick the wounds and sores that come in encounter with the roughness of the world.
He guards the sleep of his pauper master as if he were a prince. --
When all other friends desert he remains. -
When riches take wings and reputation falls to pieces,
He is as constant in his love as the sun in its journey through the heavens.

~author unknown


The Power of the paw is helping....I am currently stable and- happy!!!

November 23rd 2006 6:38 am
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Dearest furpals and families, I just want to thank you for all the wonderful words of encouragement, prayers, tighthly held paws, emails and healing thoughts sent our way....I have stablized and had a great week. It is so nice for all of us. My IVs are now given 3 times a week instead of daily and I am eating shrimp and tuna and being pampered like the special Queen I am!!! My mommy has a little smile back on her face and we are enjoying my 9th life together. We realistically know it could change at any given moment since I have multiple issues which are not curable, but we are doing all we can to make my time here on earth with my special family and friends last as long as it can. Please rest assured, my mommy and daddy will never allow me to suffer and will graciously help me go to the bridge peacefully when I need to, but for now, I am doing better!! As mommy and I have said multiple times to all our special fur baby friends, live life to the fullest...appreciate each day...each small thing...each person....each smile...each laugh...each tear...because life is so fragile and can drastically change at any given moment. Often times without meaning to, we forget all our blessings and it is so important to remember them daily and never take anything for granted. Mommy really learned that after her accident and Daddy knows because he has survived terminal cancer for 10 years. Neither of my human parents should be alive....and they are...without them, I wouldn't be here either (and Sissy wouldn't have her special place in our family either) please if you take away one thing from the friendship you share with me, it is to always appreciate the simple things in life...remember to always give of yourself and the rewards you get in return are forever in your hearts. I helped mommy while lying in a hospital bed of many months...and now she is helping me. The old saying "what goes around comes around..." holds true. I want to thank all of you for loving us...and this is the perfect day to say thank you because it is Thanksgiving. My family and I are truly blessed to have all of you in our lives...please keep the prayers and the power of the paw coming...I love you, Jazzi XXOO


Me and mommy love this poem...wanted to share it with all.

October 29th 2006 11:08 am
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The Miracle of Me, by Bubba
I know I was designed to be
Adored by all who encounter me
With glossy fur and emerald eyes
My glory's sure to mesmerize
Those hapless humans who think that
A dog's a dog; a cat's a cat
Will surely come around to see
The miracle that is me.


A Sweet Message from Sissy and Mommy...............

October 29th 2006 7:19 am
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Dearest Caster/ Dogster Family and Friends,

Sissy, Jazzi and I once again want to thank you from the bottom of my hearts and on behalf of Village Oaks and the memory loss residents we serve for supporting our efforts in raising money for the Dallas Alzheimers Walk. My mommy's residents and all those with memory loss are a true blessing and inspiration to us. If you would have asked my mommy 17 years ago before her horrible accident what she would been doing today, I know she would have instinctly said, "being a wife and mother..." That's what she has always wanted to do; however, as she and I have learned life does not always give you want you want but leads you where you are needed. Just like bringing mommy and me together. We needed one another and grew in love. Mommy says she never imagined she would be working and doing what she is doing today, but she is happy. It is one of her passions and the other is us fur babies. Although mommy has been through an incredibly difficult and challening life, she is still so blessed... she now has a wonderful husband, incredible family, awesome friends and unconditionally loving pets........and an incredible opportunity to learn and grow with my memory loss victims. My mommy loves educating others and helping those with memory loss live and die with dignity and respect. Mommy always tells me, "They are not senile old people, they have a disease. "

To date, my mommy and me have raised almost $3900.00 and the walk is next Saturday. YIPEEEEEEE! Due to my mommy's recent setback in her health, it does not appear she will be able to walk the entire 3.5 miles, but she is giving up her pride and taking her wheelchair (that is tremendously hard for her). Mommy probably will not let me walk either since I am limping on my bad leg. We will rest up this week and see...if I am not there, my heart will be. My grandparents, daddy, co-workers, and friends will be walking with us and for us. What an incredible experience it will be. Mommy will take pictures...our logo on our shirts read, "Join our Journey with Memory Loss..."

You can still make donations until November 6, 2006. So If you know someone who might want to donate to this worthy cause, please forward the website to them. Remember it is tax deductible and helps find a cure for this disease we will all face in someway someday. We appreciate all your love and support. We are blessed to have each of you in our lives. ent=161091&supId=62178506

On a different note, Mommy wanted to let those of you who know how important her furry babies are to her, our sweet eldery kitty, Jazzi, is not well. We are taking things one day at a time and keeping her comfortable. She has been through so much with mommy and they have an incredibly special bond. She is almost 17 and letting her go will be very difficult on us all...but when that day comes, we will help her go to the rainbow bridge peacefully. Mommy says loving someone enough to let them go is hard, but the greatest gift you can give.

Once again, thank you to each of you for helping us help those who can't help themselves.


Peace to you,

Sissy, Jazzi amd Mommy


Thank you for helping others!

October 8th 2006 6:30 pm
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Dearest Special furry friends, angels and families:

I want to personally thank you all for supporting my fund raising efforts for the Dallas Alzheimers Memory Walk on November 4, 2006. Because of all your kindness and generous help, I have not only exceeded my personal fund raising goal, but Village Oaks has exceeded its' fund raising goal, as well. We are currently ranked the third fundraising team in the Dallas area. Pretty awesome. I could not have done without your help.

Helping those with this disease in my passion and my heart. I will continue to educate, love and be an advocate for those afflicted with various forms of memory loss. These innocent people bond with me in a way very few can understand. It is truly an amazing gift.

As most of you know, I am also an animal rescuer. I find very similiar qualities and rewards in both types of work. Please don't misunderstand...I am not trying to compare animals to humans, but the inability to help onself whether it is a memory loss person or a hungry dog is often the same. They all experience pain, fear, lonliness and the inability to ask for help. They need us to help, but don't know how to ask. It takes compassion, trust, and dedication. This is my goal, always. It is a language of love spoken with few words, but more meaningful than one could ever imagine. To bond with someone or something who does not know your name but recongizes your smile or the gentleness of your touch is an unforgottable expereince. It touches you deep in your soul.

I appreciate each and everyone of you. If you still plan to give to the memory walk, you have until Oct. 15, 2006. The more money we raise, the more people we can help....My website is included below. Your donation is tax deductible.

Once again, thank you from the bottom of my heart for helping me help those who are unable to help themselves.

With deepest gratitude and love, Lezli, Sissy and Jazzi p?ievent=161091&lis=0&kntae161091=982ED850F8C24362A5ED7FD57C D75A15&supId=62178506

Peace be with you. You are in my heart, Sissy, Jazzi and Mommy

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