Monday, July 27, 2009

A Picture's Worth A Thousand Words


Jack is back. After many he saids and she saids the pictures that I had of Jack convinced the rescue group that Jack was mine and that while here was clean and in no way neglected. They were very apologetic and said they learned an important lesson. That lesson being not to let anyone turn an animal into them unless they had gone around and asked the neighbors if it was an escapee.

I paid for his neutering and made a donation to the group for food and supplies and took Jack home. Sweet Pete seemed pleased to see one of his own kind and I plan on coughing up the big bucks to neuter him as well. Then they can be in together.


I guess the moral of the story is take lots of pictures of your animals. You never know when you may need them for something other than your blog.

10 comments:

Lisa T. said...

Yaaaay! I love a happy ending. Welcome back, Jack!

Smiles,
Lisa

Holly said...

Oooooo....good for you! And good for Jack. Sorry I can't muster up much sympathy for the rescue...but they should have asked for positive proof he was yours and turned him back. Just like that.

all that said, I am exhaling now, that he is back where he belongs.

Clare said...

I said it already, but I'll say it again, YEAH, YEAH, YEAH!!!!

Marigold said...

I'm glad Jack is back. I don't think we have to worry about the goatmother not taking enough pictures. :)

Clare said...

Wow, Wendy, LOVE your new header pic! What a gorgeous sunset over the Narrows.

goatgirl said...

Clare, Thanks but I can't take any credit. I borrowed it from Goldilocks. She took it when she was here a few weeks ago from my mom's backyard.

Heide said...

I'm glad that Jack's home, even if it's without his nuffies!

Heide said...

P.S. The new picture is gorgeous, but I miss seeing the adorable goat picture. You could probably sell greeting cards with the wonderufl pictures you take of your menagerie... I'd buy them.

CeeCee said...

Hooray! I'm so glad you got it cleared up.

Amy said...

Beautiful bunnies! Glad Jack is home again.