When Ed and I had our chance meeting on December 21, 2010, I never imagined that we would both be featured in the New Hampshire Union Leader 17 days later but it really did happen and I couldn't be more thrilled because that means Ed is one step closer to justice, a new home, and a happier life!
I believe Ed is a survivor and I believe he would not be surprised that he was the subject of so much concern and controversy. I also believe his will to live led him to stand by an abandoned trailer until someone found him and I think he had an enormous will to live, even in his emaciated state.
I have a feeling that Ed would be howling with joy to know that so many people were concerned about him and I think he would love to know that his fight to live touched so many lives.
|Even though Ed was more interested in cavorting with Northside Animal Hospital's visitors, I was happy to see Ed in much better health! He gained 5 pounds in approximately 3 weeks!|
I also believe Ed was grateful for the veterinarians at Northside Animal Hospital of Manchester, NH, for performing his much-needed bladder stone surgery. I also believe Ed was smart enough to realize that his former owner was not providing the nourishment he needed to survive and I am sure Ed appreciates Northside Animal Hospital for feeding him regularly!
Cherish your animals. Love them unconditionally. Walk them daily. Feed them everyday. Animals depend on us to live.