When I post your pet pictures and story, you’ll get 1,000 Oodles! You can send them to GSNAngel@gsn.com. Please include your user name and a few words about your pet. Even if you don’t currently have a pet, but would like to share a picture of a treasured pet from the past, or a pet in your family, please feel free to share.
This week we’re featuring pets from robovendor, Lauren514. and gwalterrobin. Click on the pet pictures to make them larger for viewing!
If you missed previous posts, click to view the three most recent Player’s Pet posts:
robovendor – We have Five rescues… all are very special to us. But, recently, our “grand-son-pug-dog” Leo has been ill- he has a form of cancer that attacks pugs as well as many other breeds call Mast Cell Cancer. He had a radical surgery and started Chemotherapy, but had a bad reaction to the medications- so we are now just praying for him to enjoy the time he has left. He is a young 5 years old and he is a clown!
This is Leo, the “fear-less” pug…
Lauren514 – This is Safari. We adopted him through a rescue that brought him from Louisiana to Rhode Island. Not only is he gorgeous to look at, he fills our home with love and laughter. He’s animated, goofy, smart, affectionate and fun! He loves to play basketball and is pretty good at it too! He’s definitely a Southern boy who loves to lounge in the sun, but he’s adapted to New England quite well and gets excited where there’s snow. Our lives are better because he’s here.
gwalterrobin – I would love to share my pet pics.This is Nino. He is our very sweet, loving little chihuahua, that we adopted from the SPCA. He is quiet, loving, smart and gentle, with a very playful fun side.
Soon after we adopted him, we noticed he was lonely when we were at work so we decided he needed a companion. We started watching the SPCA website. Thats when we spotted Jewels.
We watched for several weeks and she was still there. We thought surely there must be issues with Jewels, since no one adopted her for 2 months. Then we went to find Nino’s companion; Nino and Jewels hit it off right away. They started playing and chasing each other around straight away. Jewels seemed a little hyper at first (from being in the kennel so long) but she soon settled right down. Right away she showed us how smart she was, when she got frightened by another dog, got off her leash and went straight back to our house on the very first day.
Now they can’t be seperated. The always sleep together, eat together and play together. They are both very much a part of our family and we wouldn’t have it any other way. They love to snuggle on my lap while I play my GSN games.