Sadie Sapiens

Sunday, August 30, 2015

Sadie Saves

“Hi everyone, it’s me Sadie, wishing you a splendid Sunday!  Today, I want to introduce you to some very special humans who are making a significant difference in the lives of senior and disabled canines and felines.  Oftentimes, the elderly and infirm in the animal kingdom are euthanized or given up for adoption, and sadly are provided with no hope for a better future.  One organization, The Heart Senior Pet Sanctuary, located in Gaithersburg, Maryland is dedicated to providing exemplary care and quality of life to dogs and cats so that their ‘golden years’ are truly golden, and that their every need is met in making their lives comfortable and worthwhile.  Please see the video below, INSIDE A DOG RETIREMENT HOME  – my thanks to  the National Geographic Channel for capturing the dedication and care provided by Sher Polvinale and her team of volunteers.  To learn more about House with a Heart Senior Pet Sanctuary, please follow this link.

A message from author Jeff T. Bauer ~

"Sadie, the fictional talking dog, and her fictional family of intelligent canines are based on real-life rescued Chihuahuas that my wife and I have adopted over the years.  Anybody who lives with a dog realizes how smart they really are and even if they can't speak Doglish there's certainly love and intelligence in their beautiful eyes.  So many animals, dogs and cats, are discarded or euthanized every year because there's simply too many of them out there and not enough loving human homes to adopt them,  Dogs and cats totally rely on the humans that domesticated them to survive.  I hope through Sadie's stories that more people will come to appreciate the wonder and responsibility we have to welcome these animals into our lives or at least help keep the unwanted population lower by spay and neuter.

Sadie Saves is serious business spoken by a cute fictional character.  Just sit back and imagine if there truly was a spokesdog for all dog-and-cat kind.  Wouldn't you rather save an animal at a shelter that's probably looking at a shortened lifespan if it isn't adopted?  Who knows, maybe the next adopted dog will turn out to be the real-life speaking Sadie."

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