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HE’S DESIGNED TIES,
WRITTEN A BOOK,
AND NOW, HE WANTS HIS OWN FLOAT.
ANOTHER JOURNEY BEGINS!
It was definitely Mr Kippers’ day and he was very proud to be representing the abused and abandoned, as well as the Krewe of Barkus & Meoux as their king!
Lots of signs about with his name on them. One special sign, posted here, was done by a very talented 12 year old named Kaitlyn.
People yelled out if they had bought his bow ties, tees or book, but the music to our ears was to hear someone yell out, “I have a rescue!” We knew then that Mr. Kippers was getting out his message!
As we begin this Holy season of Lent, I am reminded of the legions who prayed for this little dog’s recovery. Yes, he’s on borrowed time, but his mission to pay forward his good fortune continues and for that, we are truly grateful
EVEN BATMAN STOPPED BY THE FLOAT STAGING AREA TO HAVE A PHOTO OP WITH MR. KIPPERS
MOM AND AUNTIE SUSAN READY TO ROLL
THE CROWDS WERE AMAZING
It was a wonderful…..BUT LONG…. parade.