They said it couldn't be done. I don't know who "they" are, but I claw at them! Post 100!
First off, I want to thank everyone, human and 4-legger who pledged money to a great cause, and that cause is to save northern breeds that need loving homes. You are all heroes, especially in such tough economic times, when humans are losing jobs, homes, paying too much for gas, and the prices of everything going through the roof. I am humbled at the outpouring of support and the amount of pledges you promised and I hope that I provided you with a week's worth of good entertainment for your money.
If you would be so kind as to click on the donate button on the right side of my blog to send your money straight to Harnessed to Hope Northern Breed Rescue sometime this week, or send your donation to:
Harnessed to Hope Northern Breed Rescue
P.O. Box 3079
The pups in their care now and in the future will thank you for your generosity and kindness.
I also want to thank the SiberMalTervCat Society (SMS) for their support throughout this week and Dogs with Blogs for providing blogging dogs (and honorary dogs) with a great place to gather, share, and make new friends.
I guess I should also thank the human woman, who did all of the typing this week, rubs my belly when I ask, gives me livergreat and oyster crackers, makes a most excellent pillow, and isn't as bad as I always make her seem, but I'll deny saying that.
The human woman does say that she refuses to sit anywhere near the computer tomorrow, so on Sunday I will claw her back so we can add up the final donation tally, get everyone's names and prepare to do the final really cool drawing for really cool prizes, which will be announced on the blog later in the week. For those of you who have already won, send me an e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org with your mailing address so that I can get the human woman to send out your gifts pronto.
While I won't be attending, the human woman will be appearing in the parking lot of the Hike N Howl at Core Creek Park in Bucks County Pennsylvania on 18 October 2008 and hopes to see you there if you can make it. She'll be the one in the ridiculous orange vest directing people where to park... and she looks just like the cartoons I draw of her (hopefully she'll have worked off that big butt).
Once again, I am nearly speechless with appreciation!
Thank you all, and good night!