Tomorrow I will be posting an overview of 2011 no kill stories but today I wanted to take a moment to share a few personal highlights from this past year.
- Tracking the Alabama 44 was an ongoing and challenging task and I appreciated all the help I received from readers. I feel like we helped those dogs, in our own ways, even if it was just to honor their memories.
- Attending the No Kill Conference in D.C. was a great experience and I will always be grateful for the opportunity. I highly encourage anyone who is able to attend next year’s conference to go for it.
- Saving Mari(o) from MAS was one of the most exhausting and rewarding experiences of the year and it would not have happened without a wide network of support from readers and rescuers. I am so thankful for everyone who pitched in – whether you stayed up half the night networking for transport or stood by for moral support while the city tried to shoot us down – you are appreciated.
- Bringing Surrey home from a pound in TN was possible because of help from readers. I probably can’t type too much more than “thank you” without getting a bit sniffly. I love her.
I feel very lucky to have such wonderful readers and I truly value your company. I wish all of you a very happy 2012. Thank you for participating in this blog.
How about you – do you have some personal highlights to share from 2011?