Thursday, September 23, 2010

Thankful Thursday...

(Oh and I'm thankful for quilts, too)

I think that during this Adopt-a-Less-Adoptable Pet Week, it's most appropriate to be thankful for our own homes. I always had a roof over my head and a loving home to snuggle into. Such a wonderful thing.

Be sure to spread the word about Lucy... (read about her here) and all the other pets featured this week who are in need of forever homes.

Thanks for all you do!!!

13 comments:

The Paw Relations said...

We're very thankful for our home too.

Daisy said...

I am thankful for my home, too! And I know Harley is double-thankful since he had to live in a shelter for his first six months.

Mariodacat said...

I'm so hoping Lucy can find a forever home like we have Max.

Caren Gittleman said...

what a wonderful kitty you are to stop and be thankful and to help Lucy find a home. I hope she finds a home soon!

Sammy and Andy said...

Hi, Max......you look so comfy on that quilt. We are purring for Lucy. xxxxxxxxxxx

Kea said...

We have our paws crossed for Lucy!

Yes, having a wonderful forever home is something for which to be deeply thankful! We wish that all kitties (and woofies) had loving forever homes.

Cheysuli and gemini said...

I am quite thankful for my home too...

Brian said...

We wouldn't trade our home fur nothing and we are thankful for it every single day. We will all be purring for sweet Lucy to get a forever home that lasts forever!

Brian said...

Forgot to tell you Max, I am co-hosting a blog hop today, please hop by and pawticipate!

Angie, Catladyland/Katt Food said...

Great post and wonderful reminder for gratitude :) All pets deserve a home as warm and loving as you and my kitties have...

Stop by Catladyland and say hi!
www.eclecticcatladyland.blogspot.com

Sparkle said...

I am thankful for my home too, even if I do have to share it with Binga.

Cathy Keisha said...

I'm thankful for my furever home too and that you are my furrend.

Siku Marie, White Dog said...

Came over from Brian's Blog Hop to say hello. We are grateful that Quinn came to make our house his forever home. It makes us sad that older pups and kitties and those with physical ailments have a harder time finding forever homes...especially in these times when so many loving loyal four-leggeds family members are being surrendered to shelters because of family economic disaster.