PUSHING THE ENVELOPE or the XPen

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Who needs an Elf on the Shelf, when one has a Bull in a Pen?
For those unfamiliar, Englishman James Hinks is credited with developing the English Bull Terrier as a “Gentlemen’s Companion”.
My Mom has long felt that the phrase “Bull in a China Closet” actually came from a person who owned an English Bull Terrier.
I of course, am not only a companion of the highest repute, I show no bullish tendencies when going into the pantry where some of Mom’s china is kept.
Unfortunately, I think we have a problem NASA,
and its name is Master Kirby! He considers everything a target rich environment.
What many of you may not know is that he broke his toe digging in his car crate four weeks ago. He is supposed to have been taking it easy for the last for weeks in either his X Pen or his house crate. (Interestingly,  he doesn’t dig in his house crate)
Now, as you will see in this video, my parents have had to place four cinder blocks around the XPen in order to keep Master Kirby from moving it. My parents have had five bullterriers and involved in the rescue of scads more. One would think that by now they would know that four cinderblocks would keep the XPen in place about as well as letting a fox guard a henhouse. SHEESH!
He’s thirty pounds of packed pig and let me tell you- he’s solid! Whenever one goes into the kitchen, one never knows what one is going to find. Yesterday he pulled off quite a coup.
Please notice the cross metal straps on the top of the XPen. They were put there to try and keep the XPen square. Yesterday, evidently, he pushed hard enough to get the XPen to go into a narrow position, so that he could force it through the door from the kitchen to the mud room. That meant he manipulated it around the cinderblocks as well. But somehow he miraculously “squared” it back up once it was in the mudroom !
Here is video proof of where it ended up and the way Mom and Dad found him last evening. And let me tell you, they were not amused!
I bet I know somebody who’s not going to get anything but coal for Christmas!

HO HO HO

EMERGENCY CONDITIONS! LISTEN UP!

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Mr Kippers Here. I’m afraid I’m going to have to interrupt your Christmas season to bring you this VERY important message.

TONIGHT’S THE NIGHT!!!

It will be in the 20’s tonight in the SOUTH, with a WICKED windchill in the teens!  If you are one of my readers in some other part of the country, it is probably going to be worse. But here in the South we are not accustomed to these temperatures.

I cannot imagine how many dogs and cats are still out there- all over the country. Winter is HERE and it is more brutal than usual. Some animals will freeze to death and some will just wish they were dead.

PLEASE if you have a crate, a shed to leave open, a box you can cut a hole into for a door, please, please PLEASE do it. Do it now! Please! You may not like feral cats and dogs, but no living being deserves to freeze to death or suffer in such a horrible way.

Our dad is putting a crate out as we type Filled with old towels . Atta boy Dad. Good job!

Yes, it’s cold, but you don’t really want to get into your warm bed tonight knowing that you could have made a difference with a box or crate and some crummy old towels- though monogrammed are nice too…

SERIOUSLY, they are the voiceless, who need our help. I made a pledge to be the voice of the voiceless, so followers….I AM MR KIPPERS…HEAR ME ROAR!!!

Love, licks, meows and grateful thanks!
Mr Kippers, Felix Peach, Miss Sophie Peach and Master Kirby

 

PLEASE CONSIDER the following cold weather safety tips for pets:

Do not leave pets unattended when the temperature drops below freezing (32 degrees F)
Low temperatures, winds and precipitation can lead to illness, hypothermia and death.
Signs of hypothermia include: weak pulse, dilated pupils, decreased heart rate, extreme shivering, pale or blue mucus membranes, stupor and unconsciousness. If you believe your pet is suffering from hypothermia, call your veterinarian immediately.

The salt and other chemicals used to melt snow and ice can irritate the pads of your pet’s feet. Wipe paws with a damp towel before your pet licks them and irritates his/her mouth.
Antifreeze is a deadly poison, but it has a sweet taste that may attract animals and children. Wipe up spills and store antifreeze out of reach.

Warm engines in parked cars attract cats and small wildlife, who may crawl up under the hood. To avoid injuring any hidden animals, bang on your car’s hood to scare them away before starting your engine. My mom knows someone that happened too and it’s beyond horrific!

Routinely check your pet’s water dish to make certain the water is fresh and unfrozen.
THIS INCLUDES HORSE TROUGHS WITHOUT HEATERS!
And it can refreeze quickly.

Use plastic bowls rather than metal; when the temperature is low, your pet’s tongue can stick and freeze to metal.

If your dog is sensitive to the cold due to age, illness or breed type (small or short-haired), take them outdoors only long enough to relieve themselves. Puppies do not tolerate cold as well as adult dogs.

Feral and outdoor cats need to stay warm as well! Because blankets, towels and pillows can get wet and freeze, straw is the best insulation against the cold and weather. If you can leave a shed or a crate out for feral cats it would help. In those you can use towels.

CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE 2016

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JOHN PICKENS CLOTHIER’S
CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE 2016
To the many of you who attended, visited and or bought my bow ties, books or tees, I am very grateful. John Pickens is glad y’all came too! And if you’re one of the ladies who kissed my big nose, I’m REALLY grateful!
Merry Christmas!
Love, licks and woofs!
Mr Kippers

 

THANKSGIVING BLESSINGS

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Dear God,

I prayed for someone who simply would care,
As I lay heartbroken -filled with despair.
My ribs were cracked, my teeth filled with infection,
The rain pouring down, my soul awash with rejection.

I prayed for a family who would see me whole,
Back then I looked ugly, frightened and cold.
I scrounged for morsels that no man would eat,
But to this dying dog, it was truly a feast.

My last owners tied me with wire used to bale,
The pups I produced were for “bait” and for sale.
One day when the “mean man” let down his guard,
I chewed free and escaped his hellish backyard.

A car speeding by, slowed and changed my luck.
Two hands reached out and gently scooped me up.
Then into other hands I was passed in a week,
Little did I know I was theirs for keeps.

I may be infirmed and my muzzle is graying,
But it was for this family You knew I was praying.
My love and devotion I gladly give,
To all of these people who helped me to live!

I want to help those who still hurt and wait,
Those on the street who know not their fate.
Please let “Classic Kippers” help in some way,
To change the life of a hopeless stray.

Please bless my friends who support my cause,
May they always keep heart for those with paws.
Next Thanksgiving I hope that all will see,
I have “paid it forward” with my ties and tees.

Please know I am grateful this life without stress,
For all I’ve been given, I feel truly blessed.

Amen
-Mr.Kippers

CITY LIFE MAGAZINE, Master Kirby & “Moi”

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Greetings everyone, MR.KIPPERS here. I normally wouldn’t put out anything concerning Christmas this early because Mom is a stickler about that- NO DECORATING -our house before Thanksgiving!!!!
BUT, she didn’t say I couldn’t decorate the December cover of City Life magazine!
WOO HOO!
That nice man, Mr. Jay Covington, who is the magazine’s publisher, asked if the magazine might send a journalist out to interview me. I was so excited , but never dreamed we’d would be on the cover too! I am humbled and flattered, but Master Kirby is just not old enough to understand the positive impact of this honor! Right now, he only gets excited about a big ol’ meat bone or a new tennis ball!
Here is a sneak peek of the cover.
Want to see more? City Life  Magazine will
be on the stands by Wednesday.

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LOVE-NO GREATER GIFT

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It’s that most marvelous time of the year. The leaves are turning , the weather has a nip in the air and the holidays are fast approaching.

Wait! Whoa Nellie….I am not one who likes to commercialize the holidays, but like others who are in the retail business, I must sell my wares.  And for me, that means raising money  to help abused and abandoned animals.  Therefore, I propose that we all shop early and then enjoy the “Reason for the Season” whether it be Christmas or Hanukkah  (December 24- January 1st)

With that in mind…

MR. KIPPERS & MASTER KIRBY OF CLASSIC KIPPERS…
are proud to share a VERY LIMITED amount of 100% SILK CLASSIC KIPPERS’ CHRISTMAS bow ties. They can be purchased online at:

ClassicKippers.biz

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Remember it’s two gifts in one. The tie for you to give and the net profit of your purchase will go to help ABUSED & ABANDONED animals like our beloved Annie, whom we will miss terribly this Christmas! Her beautiful light now shines brightly in the heavens.

ANNIE, AUGUST 2015 –

FREED AFTER 8.5 YEARS CAGED AT WHAT HAD BEEN A BACK YARD BREEDING OPERATION. WHEN THEY MOVED, THEY LEFT ANNIE IN A CAGE TO DIE.

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ANNIE, CHRISTMAS 2015 –

SHE WAS SO PROUD OF HER NEWLY GROWN FUR, HER PEARLS AND SCARF- EVEN THE SANTA HAT MOM PUT ON HER HEAD.

BUT TO HER,  HAVING A REAL HOME WITH US, WAS HER GREATEST JOY!

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SADLEY, OUR SWEET ANNIE’S HEALTH ISSUES FROM ABUSE AND NEGLECT WERE INSURMOUNTABLE. SHE LEFT US ON A BEAUTIFUL BLUE SKY SUMMER DAY, BUT SHE WILL LIVE FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS.

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Annie,  and those like her, are the reason that I work tirelessly to raise funds. I know the feeling, as I was one of those animals. It is my mission to pay forward my good fortune since having been rescued. So please check out my website:

ClassicKippers.biz

A purchase will be helping to save lives- what greater gift can one give?

With Love and a grateful heart,

Mr Kippers

PS-

My SIGNATURE TARTAN TIE, which I am wearing in top photo, can be purchased at John Pickens Clothiers in Shreveport, Olivine in Houston or online as well.

Classic Kippers’ Signature Cocktail

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As the holidays approach, both Thanksgiving and Christmas, it is important to keep up one’s spirit. Literally and figuratively!
That’s why I have created a most refreshing signature libation which I have named,
The Classic Kipper.
As one peruses my website, ClassicKippers.biz in search of the perfect gift,
I would suggest enjoying my signature drink which is made with Generation’s Organic “Chai Berry Burst”  from Noble Juice or create your own with any
of the wonderfully healthy organic juices by Noble Juice!

(Please note that this cocktail may be made with or without the vodka.)

THE CLASSIC KIPPER
1 1/2 oz of your favorite vodka
1/2 oz Cointreau
1 oz Generation’s Chai Berry Burst
“Shaken, not stirred”,
Pour over shaved or crushed ice
and strain into a martini glass

HERE’S MY WEBSITE:
ClassicKippers.biz

TO HYDROGEN PEROXIDE OR NOT? That IS the question!

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MR. KIPPERS HERE WITH A PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT –

English Bull Terriers are proof that God has a sense of humor, as well as those who own and love them. That is certainly lucky for us! Actually, I am a rare bullterrier, as  I do not eat anything but my food.  I cannot say that for baby sister Sophie Peach  and other bullies who have passed through the doors of my mom and dad’s home over the last twenty-three years.  Needless to say,  there are four bottles of hydrogen peroxide in our kitchen along with a big ol’ oral syringe. Evidently the stuff loses its potency in a short period of time, so mom always makes sure she has brand-new bottles on hand.


You will not find an inexperienced bullterrier owner who does not keep bottles of hydrogen peroxide on hand. ⭐️This is NOT something one needs to do without checking with one’s vet if one is a novice, ⭐️but then again, if one owns a bullterrier, one becomes a pro in a very short period of time.

The trick is to catch the bully while the “foreign” object(s) is still in the stomach so that said object(s) can be vomited up before getting into the intestinal tract and causing a blockage which will require surgery. For that reason we are often called the “zipper breed”.
Yesterday, an 11 month old standard bully named Audrey, ingested almost an entire box of surgical gloves and a piece of her blankie. Miss Audrey was lucky in that she belongs to Glenna Wright, wife of veterinarian, Dr. Tom Wright. who herself is experienced with such situations having been a breeder of these “three-year-olds in a dog suit” for decades.

I really need to send Audrey a copy of Emily Post. It’s never too early to work on one’s manners. I mean after all, not only did she ingest something that is not edible, but it was certainly unladylike of Miss Audrey to eat the entire box! And then if that were not enough, she loudly and vehemently demanded dinner of those who had worked to save the little minx from surgery. How gauche!  Most of you probably think it is very gauche of “moi” to post such unpalatable pictures, but please understand this is a public service announcement and I am doing it  for the benefit and safety of those who are not in the know.

THANK YOU AND THAT IS ALL!

Mr. Kippers

Below is a photo of the “debris” which was vomited up by Miss Audrey, as well as a picture of her later that day demanding her dinner. Good job and good call Glenna and Dr. Tom! 

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KIPPERS’ EXPRESS FOR ST. LANDRY PARISH (“Tails” of the Flood)

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No sooner had my Kippers’ Express Flood Relief crew arrived home from transporting 9000 plus pounds of supplies to my two and four-legged friends in Denham Springs, than an urgent request for my services came through once again, but this time from St. Landry Parish.
Mom immediately asked Lt Sophie Peach to put out an urgent request for more supplies, which of course she did.

We would be accepting donations for 4 days. While Sophie Peach did her promo , Mom called Mr. Earl at Chinaberry’s to tell him we were going to have another load. Bless him, he had already offered to take as many loads as necessary! He and Mom decided to once again load on Monday and head out Tuesday.

This time donations poured in from people whom we had never met. Many said that they had heard about us on the television the week before and were thrilled to find out, through social media and word-of-mouth, that we were once again gathering supplies. It was truly amazing.

Many of you may remember my friend FEBE (Federal Bomb Expert), the incredible black German shepherd who was the 2016 Barkus & Meoux Grand Marshal. Well, his wonderful handler Tommy Hollis, volunteered to help with the unloading and stacking of donations for three days!  My dad was particularly appreciative!  Unloading all these supplies from people’s cars and trucks into the house was rather tiring!

Then on Sunday, my friend, Joshua Shepard worked all day unloading, stacking and helping mom pack things up into huge tubs to make it easier on Mr. Earl’s crew Monday when donations would be loaded on the big Chinaberry’s truck for our second trip to South Louisiana. Josh is strong and very funny. We needed a bit of levity because we were often overwhelmed by the generosity of people. For example, two lovely ladies who were incredibly generous the week before when we were collecting for Denham Springs, surprised us with such a phenomenal amount of donations this time, that Petco’s manager even delivered them! Wonderful angels those two ladies!! Many of their donated items were much needed shipping crates.  Many dogs who were already up for adoption, before the flooding, were to be shipped to rescues up north inorder to make room for people’s pets who were displaced by the flooding. That way, the displaced pets would have a better chance of being reunited with their owners.  Then, the Tinsley’s from Claiborne Animal Clinic in Homer, LA, went out of their way to drive a pick up truckload of wire crates and other supplies to us. Money poured in and with it we bought dog runs for a new area of the St Landry shelter. We saw delivery after delivery from people whom we have never met, but we also saw so many people who gave for Denham Springs, but returned once again to help those in St. Landry. Serio’s Feed & Seed from where Dad buys horse feed graciously donated 500 plus pounds of dog chow. Thank you Miss Jena!

Unexpectedly, KSLA’s veteran news anchor, Jeff Ferrell showed up with a cameraman to talk with Mom and video all the wonderful donations we had received for the Kippers’ Express St. Landry’s Flood Relief. Mr Jeff seemed to be enamoured with the talking  PR videos that Sophie Peach and I posted. He seemed amazed by our vocal ability. My goodness, after all,  I AM the CEO of Classic Kippers and would be hard-pressed to run a company if I were not totally verbal. I cannot thank him enough for the coverage he gave us and to his fellow anchor, Marie Wexel, who did such a great job airing the piece.

http://www.ksla.com//story/32858696/final-day-of-donations-for-kippers-express-flood-relief-effort#.V-cPfqTwWj0.email

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Monday came and with it Mr.Earl and his crew.  Mom showed him what we collected and told him that she did not think we had as much as the week before. He laughed and said, “You have twice as much as last week !” He said that we had enough for two trucks, so while his Chinaberry’s truck was being loaded Mom got on the phone and rented a Penske truck so that we could get all of our donations down there at one time. Both trucks were loaded in short order and ready for us to head to Opelousas Tuesday morning.

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This time Auntie Susan and Mom would escort the trucks down. My Auntie Susan worked tirelessly both weekends helping to  organize the donations as the cars were unloaded, she also helped pack supplies into tubs & boxes. Auntie Susan, you’re always there when I need you for a special project and this one may have been the most special we’ve ever done! Thank you so much -I’m sending you special love, licks, and woofs.

At a 6:45 AM,  everyone was beginning to arrive. Auntie Susan rolled in to drive down with Mom, Mr. Earl and his crew to take the trucks and Miss Mary, once again, came to see them off with boxes of her fabulous homemade cookies. Not only that, but she had quietly and generously made multiply donations and contacted others out of town who sent checks that went toward our purchase of 5’x10′ dog runs.

I wanted to drive the Penske truck, but I’m a bit height challenged, so I just hopped in  for a few quick pics! Including one with Mario and Frank who loaded the trucks! That third picture is Mr. Earl with Miss Mary and her box of THE BEST EVER chocolate chip cookies!

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At 7 AM we rolled out of the driveway and onto I 49 for wonderfully uneventful trip to St. Landry Parish. Once there, we were happy to see that they had quite a crew ready to help unload our two trucks.

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The shelter director, Miss Stacy, was in Colorado on shelter business, but she left us in  good hands of these ladies! Auntie Susan is in the pink and Mom in the green. The ladies from the shelter are Miss Angela and Miss Kayla.

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For all of you who donated, especially the people who donated to organizations after Hurricane Katrina, and expressed to us that you didn’t feel like your supplies got to those in need post Katrina, FEAR NOT- the supplies you donated this time- ALL OF THEM- went right into the hands AND paws of those in need. Since our delivery, St.  Landry Parish Shelter  has received a grant and with that money they were able to purchase the storage unit below. Miss Stacy sent Mom these pictures so you can see your wonderful supplies protected from the weather and organized beautifully, so they will be able to readily get to anything they need.

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It is apparent from what we have heard and read that the jury is still out on our Government’s help since the flooding. However, seeing neighbors helping neighbors, strangers helping strangers and many good people orchestrating miracles, I can unequivocally say that the gold stars belong to, “We the people…”
I will close my blog on “Tails” of the Flood, with these pictures which show donated shipping crates filled with the hopeful faces of rescues, as they wing their way from Louisiana to cities throughout the United States in anticipation of forever homes.
Thank you for helping me to continue my mission to pay forward my good fortune, so that other animals, like “moi”  might also find a new beginning.

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Godspeed….

 

 

KIPPERS’ EXPRESS FOR DENHAM SPRINGS (“Tails”of the Flood)

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Dad was correct, after four days of collecting supplies for the refugee dogs and cats of south Louisiana, we needed a bigger truck.

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Especially when K.C. Stone at KTBS Channel 3, put my message on their channel via an interview with my mom. THANK YOU KTBS!

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Of course, not to be outdone, Miss Sophie Peach decided to put out a public service announcement on behalf of my flood relief. She’s a doozie!

Unbeknownst to Mom and “Moi”, Dad had already called the truck rental place and reserved a big box trailer to be pulled behind William’s truck.
William is my “human brother” who was going to drive Mom down in his pick-up, but now, Dad and William concurred that a big box truck was needed. Dad called the rental place back to unreserve the trailer and get a 20ft box truck instead. The company was sorry, but  unfortunately they had no available trucks. Within an hour Dad found that there were no trucks to be had anywhere-not here, not the neighboring cities of Ruston nor Monroe either. As we say in the South, what we had on our hands was a “fine kettle of fish!” (an awkward, difficult, or bad situation; muddle; mess)
We had over 9,000 pounds of goods and no way to get them into the hands of those in need. After Mom, and her friend Miss Allie, spent the afternoon running down leads for possible trucks, mom decided to put it out on Facebook.  After all, she had promised Miss Giselle that she would be there on Tuesday. Miss Mary Ogwyn saw Mom’s plea for a truck and magic began to happen! Miss Mary knew that her friends, Earl & Liz Ferguson, who own Chinaberry’s in Bossier City, were looking for a way to help flood victims. It was because of this incredibly wonderful lady that the connection was made. Introductions began the next morning.

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Gordon, Amanda, Mary and Earl 

Not only were Miss Liz and Mr. Earl willing to loan Kippers’ Express Flood Relief their truck, but Mr. Earl said that he would be supplying a driver and people to load the truck! It was decided that we would load Monday and then head out Tuesday to meet Miss Gisele’s team in south Louisiana.
First of all, I must put in a good word for Chinaberry’s. Not only do the Ferguson’s walk the walk and quietly do things to help others – like loading, driving and supplying the truck to get my Kippers’ Express Flood Relief donations to south Louisiana, but their store –CHINABERRY’S– is the most phenomenal place to buy gifts and interiors! Now I know that they wouldn’t toot their own horn , but I will!  WOOF, WOOF AROOO! I’m not only grateful for what they have done to help the animals of south Louisiana, but what Chinaberry’s does everyday to help beautify homes in the Shreveport Bossier area with their lovely interior appointments, as well as making people happy with their array of fabulous gifts! You can check them out on Facebook, but better still go see them at 1011 Chinaberry Dr., Bossier City, LA 71111. 

Just tell them the Mr Kippers sent you  and please thank them for their generosity in helping us get our supplies to south Louisiana !

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As promised, Monday morning came and with it came the Ferguson’s, their truck and their crew. Within two hours the 20′ Chinaberry box truck was loaded! My “human brother” William, who was going to drive Mom down, loaded his truck as well and we were ready to roll the next morning at 7AM.

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At 6:30 AM we were getting ready to pull out for south Louisiana when Mary Ogwyn arrived with her fabulous homemade – “the best ever “chocolate chip cookies. A box for each of those going. Talk about generous! Famous Amos just thought his were the best!

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Just as we were ready to roll, Channel 12, KSLA arrived to film our send off.
You can see/read about it on this link below:
http://www.ksla.com/clip/12682142/shreveport-rescue-group-bringing-supplies-to-animals-in-south-louisiana

Thank you KSLA

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MOM AND WILLIAM READY TO ROLL

Almost four hours later the Kippers’ Express arrived in south Louisiana with over 9000 pounds of goods to help Denham Springs rescue. So many people were fostering dogs who would have drowned had they been left in the shelter. But those people also needed supplies to care for the animals until the shelter could be cleaned, put back together and resupplied. We had enough donations to take care of shelter needs and for supplies i.e. food -to be dropped off to those who were fostering shelter animals.

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MARIO                                               BILLY

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WILLIAM SPORTING ONE OF MY CLASSIC KIPPER TEES 

             (yep they even look good all sweaty!)

 

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This is our Shreveport Team, Mario, Billy and my ” human brother ” William along with the South Louisiana Team after unloading over 9,000 lbs of supplies!

The one story that we heard when we were collecting was that many people had tried to help during Hurricane Katrina and had either been turned away or felt that those things that they donated did not get to people who were really in need. My mom made a promise that she would personally escort the donations to south Louisiana and that the supplies would go into the hands ( or paws ) of those who were in need.

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Most of you who donated are either animal lovers, people who rescue in some capacity, or foster. The people to whom we  took our supplies are animal lovers, people who rescue in some capacity, or foster.  I cannot say that we are just Louisianians helping Louisianians because in truth,  in my quest to pay for my good fortune, my company Classic Kippers and I have picked up followers from all over the world.  Your mark specifically for the  Louisiana flooding, we have received checks from people in Washington state, Wyoming, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio, Tennessee, Kentucky, Nevada, Texas, North Carolina, Florida, Mississippi, Virginia,  Connecticut. If I have left anyone out, please let me know because it was not intentional!

THIS IS AMERICAN PEOPLE HELPING AMERICAN PEOPLE! 

And finally the smiles and faces of those who volunteer at the Denham Springs shelter. And let me introduce you to Miss Gisele, mom’s rescue contact. Yep, that’s Miss Gisele, in the bright pink, smiling so big. God bless you and your team Miss Gisele for your selfless and tireless work!

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Next blog post will be “Tails” of the Flood Relief for St. Landry Parish!