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you saved him. you gave him love. but he wasn't meant to be with you guys...he will go live with someone who doesn't have a moose or a daisy or a baby and he will be the top dog-you were the dog fosterer and you did great.
we got bigger fish to fry.

Good!! Yay for both you and George!!

hurray! it feels like a sign or something.

you are such a superstar for taking care of him for so long while dealing with all your other stuff. hope the universe is taking note and upping your good karma level.

thinking of you tonight...take the BIG checkbook tomorrow...then everyone will be smiling...you are doing the right thing. loved the shooting up post...someone had a good story to tell..onward.

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