This is a true story of a Siberian Husky and her five pups who were rescued by the author.
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I wish to dedicate my first book to my only child B.J. In 1987 he became a freshman at Grand Valley State University of Michigan. It should have been a happy time in my life but instead I was blessed with the “empty nest syndrome”. My way of fighting the awful loneliness was to involve myself in animal rescue. I became a “foster mom” for unwanted puppies. In my first few years I fostered a couple hundred puppies, while becoming a board member of the Humane Society of Livingston County, in Howell, Michigan. For the next ten years I remained on the board and while still fostering, we built a shelter. However, the shelter decided they no longer needed a foster program. It was then that I decided to leave the Humane Society shelter. I searched out another rescue group in my area where I felt I could do some good again. I went back into fostering again and also worked “911 after hours rescue” for three more years. It has been twenty-six years now since I took that giant step into “animal rescue”. I presently have three rescue animals. I rescued a horse four years ago, he is now thirty-five years old, his name is Partner. I have a three year old miniature donkey and her name is Violet. I also have a seven year old Chinese Crested mix with one eye and her name is Bella Rose. I currently reside six months in Michigan and six months in Florida. While I am in Florida my best friend takes good care of my horse and donkey. My dog stays with me. My “empty nest” is once again full. Diane Schroder aka Lady Lavender
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