December 14th 2010 8:29 pm
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Every Christmas we send our holiday wishes to fur-friends, some we’ve been lucky enough to have known for a couple of years and some we just met.
All our fur-friends have touched our lives in different ways, but one thing that's fur sure is we feel life is much nicer than it was before we met.
So this year when Christmas approaches my fur-family and I realize that the best gift of all is knowing such wonderful fur-friends like mew.
Wishing you every happiness this holiday season and may you follow your dreams throughout the coming year.
Happy Holidays from all of us,
~ Osiris, Ariel & JoJo
May 5th 2010 8:07 pm
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Seven years ago I was very sick and although my human family was sad to say good-bye, I was glad to arrive at my new home at the Rainbow Bridge, would you like to know why?
Because, when I arrived the Rainbow Bridge gate was W-I-D-E open. I saw the most beautiful and spacious green meadow with vibrant colored flowers, tall grass swayed hello in the warm breeze. With each breath I took I felt peace and joy. What a lovely warm spring day it was, healing light shimmered all around me and I heard chirping little birds fluttering around the trees, all singing their welcome.
The Rainbow Bridge is a wonderful place where all of nature is cared for and everything is blissful…
April 22nd 2010 8:06 am
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Earth day started long befur I was efur born and thankfully so many furs are now looking at ways to protect the beautiful planet earth.
Mew know, here at the Rainbow Bridge we have a furtastic view of the planet. Much of the planet’s resource is water and only 30% is renewable which is less than 1% of the total water on the planet.
My guardian works with a group of dedicated humans that are creating an awareness for the Fraser River basin. This river is located in British Columbia, Canada and is enormous, 1400 km in length to be exact; which is comparable to the size of California!... huge.
The health of the river plays a major role in the future of the ecosystem and is one of world's most productive salmon river systems… and because of global warming the water in the river is warmer than it use to be and is now partly due to the decline in salmon.
So today I am recognizing all of those humans and organizations who have taken on numerous sustainability issues, and are getting people together to find realistic solutions to long-standing issues.
Happy Earth Day to all and keep up the great work in making a difference no matter what it is!
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