Ruff Rollin' Blog: | Archive for November, 2013
November 25th, 2013

Jasmin says “Did you say ball?”

November 25th, 2013

Yep, that’s a cat.

November 25th, 2013

Donner, shootin’ some video on his GoPro Camera!

November 25th, 2013

Cricket has a specially designed frame to accommodate her rear legs. They are fixed in her rear, unable to spread, and hang to the ground. But she doesn’t know that she’s disabled. She loves her new life!

November 25th, 2013
“Sierra!!! Oh. My. God!!!
Sierra, I put him in it and he just blasted off! Like he’s been in the thing forever. I can’t thank you two enough! We went up to the cabin in the mountains here in AZ because he loves it up here, and we thought it might boost his experience. He was in and off! No figuring it out, not scared, his tail was wagging (which he can’t do when walking by himself because he uses it for balance), his head was high, I was bawling my eyes out all day! I took pics and video that I’ll send tomorrow and call you- but in the meantime- THANK YOU! From the bottom of our hearts, thank you!”
Kassy and Aaron
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