In the end, we decided Pippa should stay with me. Her incontinence at the hotel did not bode well for an easy transition into her new home and there was a family to consider besides just Pippa and Diane. Diane was very sad to be leaving for home tomorrow without Pippa, and Pippa was sorry to say good bye to her new friend. But I do believe that all things happen for a reason, and I do like that old saying that when God closes a door, he opens a window. It will be interesting to see what that window is. Welcome home Pipsqueak, we missed you. Have a safe journey home Diane, I am so glad to have met you and don't worry, Pippa is well loved.
HI, MY NAME IS DARLENE AND I AM DIANE'S SISTER. I KNOW HER DECISION WAS VERY HARD ON HER AND SHE WOULD HAVE DONE ANYTHING IF SHE COULD HAVE BROUGHT PIPPA HOME WITH HER.....SHE IS A VERY CARING WOMAN! WE GOT OUR LOVE FOR ANIMALS FROM OUR PARENTS WHO OWNED A FARM HERE IN SASKATCHEWAN........THEY LOVED THEIR DOGS AND CATS, AND ALL THE OTHER ANIMALS. I OWN 6 DOGS AND LOVE EACH ONE OF THEM.....THEY SLEEP WITH US AND THEY GET LIVER COOKED FOR THEM ONCE A DAY AND GET A ASSORTMENT OF TREATS.....THEY ARE MY BEST FRIENDS......DOGS WILL GIVE YOU UNCONDITIONAL LOVE!
I MUST CONGRATULATE SAINTS ON THE WORK THAT YOU ALL DO! DIANE HAD SUCH A GLOWING DESCRIPTION OF YOUR PLACE AND THE LOVE THESE ANIMALS GET. I WILL BE SENDING SMALL DONATIONS AS WELL FROM TIME TO TIME.....AND I WILL BE PRAYING FOR CAROL, THE VOLUNTEERS AND FOR ALL THE ANIMALS YOU CARE FOR.