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11/14/16-ODESSA, TX - Speaking Up For Those Who Can't Bunny needs a new foster and rescue tag ASAP! She came in to Odessa animal Control with a degloved leg and was taken to the vet and started on antibiotics. She had a foster offer so we pulled her to make recovery easier for her but had no rescue tag (big mistake!!) We now need a new foster who can keep her until we can find rescue.

APRICOT - A1097255 - - Brooklyn Please Share:TO BE DESTROYED 11/28/16: ****PUBLIC ADOPTABLE**** A volunteer writes: You may be wondering why this gorgeous jet black little girl has a name like Apricot, but if you meet her it makes perfect sense. She is as sweet and delicious as a peach, but in an itty bitty little package, just like an apricot. She’s energetic, but easy on the leash and super treat-motivated. She sits politely for goodies, often with one paw up. So c

Please support your local shelter and rescue groups and adopt, never shop, for your next furry family member. They will make sure your pet is spayed or neutered and micro chipped. Won't you open up your responsible, healthy and forever home to a deserving animal? Please don’t breed or buy while shelter animals die. Thanks

from Better Novel Project

Why the Middle of Your Novel Needs 3 Dramatic Rescue Scenes

All of these rescues mean that there are at least three life-and-death situations in the middle of the novel, even before the climax! (The final scene at the end of the novel is its own kind of rescue.) Besides making the reader’s heart beat faster, these rescue situations round out the hero’s character and make him more likeable. The hero needs to be saved twice, which helps the readers see some vulnerability. It’s easier to warm up to someone who is a little flawed.

12 YEARS OLD!! MIMI WOULD LOVE TO GIVE THANKS THIS HOLIDAY - SHE'S SPAYED AND READY TO GO - NEEDS OUT NOW!!! A volunteer writes: As I walk up to Mimi's kennel, I hear a sweet meow. So cute! She is calling out to me asking for a little attention. I open the cage door and she happily greets me. We spend a few minutes making friends. She is a pleasure to be with, gentle and loving. Mimi is already spayed, she can go home with you the same day as adoption.

Why not both tho? The meds will help and so will the exercise because when you exercise you release endorphins which make you happy. Unless I'm mistaken??

IN FOSTER CARE - **SICK** - AUBREY TO BE DESTROYED‼️ - 11/14/16 - #A109577 - Manhattan - FEMALE BR BRINDLE AND WHITE PT BULL TER MIX, 2 Yrs - STRAY ON 11/03/16 - Reason STRAY - 11/12 CIRDC, MOVE TO ISO, START DOXY