JUANA: It was another cold day and we knew that Thursday was going to be another freezing cold morning. Half of our crewmembers are new and they haven't worked here in the winter. After our crew did their morning chores and they finished the kennel work, we taught our new crewmembers about what it is like to work here in the winter. We have already told them about this, but now they were actually getting to do it. We have to drain the hoses. Maci was showing Caragan how we leave the faucets dripping and we hang up the end of the hoses and then we walk on them, to make sure that there isn’t any water in them.
There’s Hannah getting in the van.
Then we brought Wendy out.
We went to this lady’s house. She already had four dogs. She’s retired and she lives on a wonderful ranch that she works herself. She has two pet horses, who roam free, and there are ponds on the property. There’s David with the horses. They are friendly.
Everything is fenced and the dogs are fenced separately in the front yard. The dogs go in and out of the house at will.
There’s Ms. Hannah-banana and there’s the lady. Her name is Cindy. She has a wonderful home.
There’s Wendy. Her dogs didn’t like Wendy, but Wendy liked them. So Cindy decided it was Hannah.
We went in the house and she has a bedroom for the dogs. The dogs stayed outside, while Cindy filled out the paperwork. They are all inside dogs and they are all rescues.
They all got along with Hannah and we said our goodbyes.
Cindy said that every morning she walks the ranch with her dogs. The ranch is completely fenced. She walks the dogs off leash and they follow her. Hannah has gone for walks off leash with Cindy and her dogs.
JUANA: We brought Wendy home and fed her and then she went back outside with Wup.
It worked out great. Cindy gave us a very nice donation for Murphy, the dog she rescued. He went to Morton Clinic and he had a broken pelvis. Cindy paid Murphy’s vet bill and I just had to help her.
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