Our Prayer

Lord God, you are the Creator of all living things. We know that you care for each and every precious life. Please watch over all those whom we love and care for. We pray for healing and relief to all pets who suffer from illness or poor living conditions. We also pray for those humans we have come to know through our associations in Blogville. Give them strength when they are weary, health when they are ill, and hope when they feel hopeless. And we especially pray for those furiends and friends we have listed here.

Saturday, December 27, 2014

Joe the Donkey - Update 12/29/2014

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At 3:30 this morning, a pack of wild dogs got into the field where Joe lives and he got all tangled up in some wire fencing and then somehow he got out but he is all cut up, one right by his eye and one bad one on his belly ... the vet is coming but it will take about an hour or more for him to get here. Needless to say, Marg is a wreck. Poor, sweet Joe is so, so sad looking all soaking wet from sweating from trying to get untangled. He just stands there and shakes.
PLEASE ... put paws together, send your best wishes and prayers to MARG and all the animals that our dear sweet Joe will come through this OK and soon be fixed-up just fine!  THANK YOU!


*******UPDATE*****
There is an update on Marg's blog. Joe's injuries are very serious and he may lose sight in one eye. Please click on the link above to read the update and leave some words of encouragement. 

*****UPDATE 12/29/2014 *******
FROM JOE and Marg

I have an update for you. A friend of the mom's came over yesterday afternoon and was horrified at how bad I looked. She brought all kinds of things to clean up all my cuts etc. She decided to take me to her special place where there is lots of help to treat all my cuts and my eyes. So Smoke and I went off the recovery camp.The Mom is very sad but knows it is the best thing for me. So hopefully we will have some pictures of me at my special place.  We also want to thank everyone so much for all the purrs and prayers for Joe. We know it is really helping.


19 comments:

  1. Oh no, what a horrible moment, that wild dogs and Joe the donkey full of fear. I hope so much that the vet is at Joe's home soon and that he can help him. What a sad day for Joe and his Marg.
    Easy Rider

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  2. We just found out about this too. It's awful to see our animal friends suffer and be afraid. POTP that the dogtur will get him fixed up and he will be safe!

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  3. POTP for poor Joe...we hope he gets better real soon!

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  4. OMC this is horrible. We purray for you, Pal. Healing Pawkisses are on their way <3 <3 <3

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  5. Poor Joe, prayers for a speedy recovery and that the dogs don't come back ever.

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  6. Prayers for Joe! Sending lots of pug POTP

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  7. Linda,
    Thank you for posting it so quickly. Mom just got back from running errands to see the email from Ms. Ann on Joe.
    Dear Sweet Joe is such a gentle soul..it makes me so sad to see that he was attacked like that.
    Hugs madi and Mom

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  8. OMDonkey this is SO sad to hear... we are sending POTP and POTHoof to JOE and we hope the Vet HURRIES...

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  9. POTP for Joe, but I don't know where to send them.

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  10. oh that is awful,sending lots of Speedy snuggles to my pal Joe,xx Speedy

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  11. Prayers going up now, i will pop over and let her know.. this is just horrible.

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  12. Hari Om
    ...added into the circle... Hugs and neighs, YAM-aunty xxx

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  13. We were by there earlier. We love Joe the donkey and are sad he was so badly injured. We hope he will be okay.

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  14. JOE DARLIN' I AM SO SORRY YOU WERE INJURED. YOU ARE SUCH A GENTLE SOUL AND LOVE EVERY ONE....SENDING HEALING HUGS
    MADI AND MOM

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  15. Prayers and good thoughts headed your way, that recovery is possible and quickly.

    Abby the Lab and her family in Chicago

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  16. Oh, poor Joe! What a skeery experience. I hope he does well at Recovery Camp.

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