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May 04, 2009

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Thanks so much for caring for these animals

I have 2 rescued cats, but I live on Long Island!

Bless you,

Judy

DEAR STEVE AND STAFF

FOR OVER 43 YEARS I HAVE BEEN THE PROUD OWNER OF 4 GREAT HORSES WITH ONE STILL REMAINING. ALL OF THEM HAVE LIVED TO A RIPE OLD AGE AND HAVE BEEN GIVEN THE HONOR OF BEING BURIED WITH THE RESPECT THEY DESERVE. YOU AND YOUR STAFF ARE WONDERFUL FOR THE WORK YOU DO WITH THE ALL THE DIFFERENT ANIMALS THAT NEED HELP THAT NO ONE ELSE WANTS OR CAN TAKE CARE OF.

THERE IS TRUELY A PLACE FOR ALL OF YOU IN HEAVEN . GOD BLESS

KATHLEEN TENNYSON

Seeing your pictures of the fun in the field reminded me of my childhood. We had Holstein milk cows and they always had so much fun the first time they were leet out to graze in the spring. I always wondered why we didn't have butter instead of milk on that first day!
Keep up the good work.

Thanks for keeping the newsletters coming. This is a wonderful reminder of the great life these animal friends have because of you both. Refreshing to see.

I love seeing the new updates on the animals! It makes me happy to see they are loved and cared for so well! The horses look SO VERY HAPPY to be outside and have some room to "kick around"! What you guys do is God's work! Thank you for having such generous hearts! Amy Miquelon

My old hearing service dog went blind in her last years and I remember so well how she was able to continue to have a great life and be independent.

They have more courage than some of us that can see. Great pictures, thanks so much for sharing.

I did have a hard time voting. I will see what happens tomorrow.

What a beautiful site!!What Joy that puts in all our hearts!!Rolling Dog is the best!!! Thank you Thank you!

What a wonderful blog & I absolutely love the pictures. I can hear them singing, "Happy Days Are Here Again!!!" It's fantastic they can show such joy. It is the simple things in life that make being around animals so rewarding! With all the bad news we are constantly bombarded with on a daily basis this blog is such a wonderful place to come & be reminded there is still so much good in this world. Thank you.

Your blogs have been fantastic.

"It's just a jump to the left.
And then a step to the riiiiight..."

From Rocky Horror Picture Show

These pictures brought tears to my eyes. The essence of the joy of life! And because of you two, they are around to enjoy glorious spring.

Thank you for posting these photos, they made my day.

So THAT'S what it means when someone says they want to get out and have a good time and kick up their heels!! The sheer pleasure of a pasture; a good reminder to us all about enjoying the simple things. They look happy and I'm happy looking at them.

That must be what pure joy looks like. Great way to start the day.

You shot up from 8th to 6th today! Yay!!!!

Now that's what Spring Fever looks like! Great photos to start my day - thank you and have a great day yourselves!

Three springs in pasture!

What great shots...this trio really made me smile and giggle this morning.

They are sure happy!!! You can almost see the smiles on their faces. About the voting, if everyone could just ask one additional person to vote every day, what a difference it would make! AND, don't forget to vote on the weekend. The animal rescue site needs your click so do that first then VOTE!

What a way to welcome Spring! Thanks for those marvelous photos!!!!

Those are truly pictures of happiness. I had no idea that horses literally kicked up their heels with such joy. How beautiful!

Tip to all blog readers to INCREASE YOUR DAILY VOTING in the Rescue Site contest. I have found you can vote once per day per web browser. I have Firefox and Safari on my computer at home, the same two web browsers on my computer at work and Safari on the scanning station outside my office. So I vote for Rolling Dog Ranch twice at home and three times at the office every day during the business week for a total of 5 times a day! Just wanted to pass that along.

They truly do put a smile on my face, as I'm sure they do for you!

But OK, I've gotta ask: how to they know where the end of the pasture is? Do they ever run into the fences?

True horse joy! May we all feel and smell spring and kick up our heels!

Thanks for the amazing photos and inspiration.

Yep, spring has sprung at the Ranch! Fabulous photos, Steve!

Three blind horses,
three blind horses,
See how they romp!
see how they romp!
What great pictures. Thank you for the smile.

Vote more, peeps! Vote early, vote often.

YEE-HAW !!!

Magnificent photos of Equine Spring Fever in Montana !!

Now all you needed was someone there to yell out some "Yee Haws" & you'd have the perfect day!
I've not been able to get online for over a week & I've really missed the RDR blog. I've been catching up on what's been happening & love the pics of you trimming or attempting to trim Margaret's hoofs. That's a nifty pen that you had constructed! Those people should get a patent on that!
Big hugs to all including newest member Charlie,
ginger, Tobias & Tlingit

What a delight to see! :-)

Oh my! Are those some happy horses or what??? My face is starting to hurt from smiling. I know nothing about horses except what I've learned since finding your blog. Do they literally stand in a stall for the whole winter? I'm off to research....

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