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October 14, 2007


Yeah Cody & Elena! Looks like a great match! What a beautiful photo, the background looks like a painted scene from a movie! Good Luck with all your studies & new partner.

Cody look's so proud and handsome!

Cody, Elena, and all of the very special angels... congratulations!!! but words can't really express how special this is. It's hard not to be mesmerized by Cody's beautiful eys, and see nothing but possibilities. Wishing you many more blessings.

FANTASTIC!!! That is the best news!!! I'm so happy for both of them!! Cody is a great dog.

Elena & Cody make a beautiful pair! I am so glad that Cody will be coming back to visit the RDR weekly, & Elena is going to become a vet! That's marvelous! Congrats to both of them.
Big hugs to all,
ginger, Tobias & Tlingit

Bless your heart for adopting Cody! He's been through a tremendous amount, and deserves a loving home.

Cody's story brought tears to my eyes, but they were mostly tears of joy, as a survivor's tale is always inspiring! I'm so happy for him and Elena (what a glorious smile she has!). I wish them the very best in life. They certainly deserve it.
A special "ciao" to Cody and to Elena's other dog from our three-legged kitten, Leo!

I just have to tell you that you've listed my dream job! If only I could've found a job like this 20 years ago I'd never have moved back East - whoever you find will be a very lucky person indeed!

The only thing better than reading two adoption stories in a row is knowing that there's (hopefully) two vacancies at RDR for some very in need animals.

Best wishes to Elena and Cody; I hope they enjoy every minute of life together!

I'm glad you posted the job description; I'm in California but have a co-worker in Missoula. I'll send the RDR job description to never know what it might produce.

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