(this is a rather long post, but something I wanted to share about Maggie and the rescue agency where we adopted her)<br><br>
As most, but not all of you know, it's been one week since our Maggie girl ended her journey in this life, and took her steps into the next one. It has been a long week, full of grief and sadness, but also one where I've realized how very happy and secure Maggie was with us. She certainly could not have been loved any more, by another family.... that's for sure.<br><br>
On our website, I have updated her webpage. <a href="http://www.mindspring.com/~ladykickbxr/Allen%20Page/Maggie.htm" target="_blank"><span style="color:#0000FF;">http://www.mindspring.com/~ladykickb...age/Maggie.htm</span></a><br><br>
On it, I have added a section about <b>Atlanta Pet Rescue</b> - the rescue agency where we found Mags, back in November of 2002. Upon learning of her passing, their staff put up a small memorial to Mags on their section of the website dedicated to furry friends that people have lost over the years.<br><br>
As part of the memorial, people are invited to 'leave a flower' for a pet. Leaving a flower is actually a process of making a $10 donation to the agency.<br><br>
If you are so inclined, I invite you to check out APR's website, and if you feel that they are a good rescue agency, to make a small donation (tax deductible) to help support their operations. If you choose not to donate, that is certainly fine. There are no expectations attached with this post... only an open invitation. I guess I am now realizing how much their agency helped me, by giving our home the chance to share so much love and joy with Maggie over the past five years, and in turn, I wanted to help their agency, if I could.