an announcement for a tribute day

Mark your calendars for May 10th!


My friend Bev probably won’t like me saying this because she isn’t one to talk about her charitable works but I will say it anyway. Bev and her husband Phil have worked tirelessly to help animals for many years often using money from their own pockets. This includes wild native Australian animals, domestic pet animals and farm animals. When Bev’s dog Forrest was called to cross the Rainbow Bridge last week I knew a tribute was in order. Bev lives in country Victoria and I in city Victoria, Australia.
I talked about it to Pam and Sammy from the blog one spoiled cat and they made my idea a reality. May 10th is the day – and it will officially be “Wag or Wave for Forrest Day” all across the blogosphere. That’s right – all of us who want to pawticipate can post a photo of us either wagging a tail or a…

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  1. easyweimaraner · May 4, 2016

    all my 6 pawlenders are marked and my post is ready…. I love the idea so much that we bring a little joy to down under that way….

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    • Skyler Braveheart · May 4, 2016

      Agreed, Easy! It’s always such a wretched time. You are so right. Bringing a little joy is very worthwhile !


  2. Lee · May 4, 2016

    Already put the badge up on my blog.
    Sweet William The Scot

    Liked by 1 person

  3. onespoiledcat · May 4, 2016

    Thanks so much Skyler…….Sharon and I appreciate you putting the badge up and reblogging her blog. We think there will be a huge pawticipation on the 10th!

    Hugs, Sammy


  4. Kismet · May 5, 2016

    I gotta work on my tail wagon.


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