Who else can’t believe that it’s already more than half way through October?! I can’t believe how fast October is going by!! I don’t know about you, but I want to try to take control of my health and start getting into good and healthy habits before the start of 2019!! If you’re feeling the same way you should ask me about my success group! It starts this Monday, but it’s not too late for you to join! I only have 3 more spots available so don’t wait too long 😉
Also how cute is my parents kitty Milo?! I just think he’s the cutest thing!!
mereka adalah makhluk hidup sama seperti kita... mereka juga berinteraksi sama seperti kita...
beda nya adalah mereka tidak dapat membawa(mengurus) rezeki mereka sendiri, Allah SWT lah yg memberikan rezeki kepada mereka.
Tanpa sadar kita mengganggu kehidupan mereka dan mengabaikan kberadaan mereka padahal mereka telah memberikan banyak manfaat bagi kehidupan kita.
Peduli lah terhadap mereka, ksih sayang lh kepada mereka, dan jgn skiti mereka. karena mereka dan kita sama... sama-sama makhluk hidup.
Above is our amazing farrier Jordan! He is incredible at what he does and a true expert in his craft. Jordan has a way with horses that leaves the rest of us in awe and we are very grateful for his help over the years!
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Follow 👉👉@animalhopeandwellness - She was hit in the back with a pipe, left to die on the street in Mexico. The attack was so severe it severed her spine. And as she laid their dying, never thought she would be rescued.
While she will never use her hind legs again, in time has adapted. Is so strong that she walks with her front, pulling her body. The breaks have healed broken. And the blood that marks her feet, fresh as if that suffering was yesterday.
Left to die on the streets - her will to live pulled her to safety. Currently she is at the foundation in Sherman Oaks, waiting to get her rear legs amputated.
Life is so short. And I think at times we forget that. I think at times its that glass which breaks in our hand, that reminds us of who we are, and the importance to give back.
Broken, but not lost. Weary, but not abandoned...