Friday, November 26, 2010

Jimmy's Journey: The story of a dog who wouldn't give up on living and loving

There is NO way you can read the story of this courageous dog and the compassionate people caring for him and not marvel at the unbelievable capacity dogs have to forgive. God bless Jimmy and God bless the people who love and care for his needs.

Jimmy's story is sad but at the same time it lifts you up to read about the people who didn't and won't give up on him and his tenacious will to live and to love.

PeeEss: When you go to visit with Jimmy start at the first entry of his bloggy. We promise that you will be inspired. He's new to blogging so it's an easy read - not too many pages.

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♥I am Holly♥ said...

Thanks for the link to Jimmy. We will definitely check him out! Lots of love, Holly and mom

Oskar said...

We adore Jimmy & think his people are so wonderful. The fact that humans can be such monsters & dogs can continually teach us the meaning of love is amazing.

Nubbin wiggles,

Priscilla said...

Thanks for the link. We just came back from Jimmy's blog. His pawrents are wonderful people!

Teri and the cats of Furrydance said...

We visited Jimmy's blog and looked thru all the posts...what a story, what a heart and what heartless humans dog fighters are!! So wonderful he was found and is now loved by so many!

Tweedles -- that's me said...

I went to visit Jimmy. He has an amazing story. We read all the story.
I am happy that he has someone to love him...
What a heart he has,,, for all that he has gone through.
He has awsome parents,,, a forever home and love

Tweedles -- that's me said...

I wish i could hear your music. i see the word ENYA,,, I like her...
and Dances... i bet that is dances with wolves.. i like it too.. and Bread??
i think you like cool music like me

Tweedles -- that's me said...

thinking of you
xoxoxo and love

Jake of Florida said...

It's so heartbreaking to discover such an awful case of abuse -- but you're right to let more of us know about it. I read the story and looked over and over at the photos -- trying to imagine what kind of heartless person could ever do that to a dog. Can't answer that one, unless it's the same people who do that to their fellow human-beings.


Ina in Alaska said...

I completely agree with your comment over on my blog today. In fact I saw on the news the guy who challenged Al Franken in the election went to the media to urge Joe Miller to give it up.

It has been crazy here!

Thanks for stopping by!

I cannot read the story of Jimmy, I would get way too upset, but it seems like he will be ok.... hoping xoxo

The Luke said...

A sad but beautiful story... We are a grateful lot. And we rebound. Our willingness to forgive is only exceeded by our capacity to love... again.

We will check out the Jimmy's blog. And fank you for the introduction.

wif love from the Luke