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Maggie Angeletta Noel



This is my picture the day my new mom got me,
I was abandoned,& I just had  surgery,I'm scared,
sad,& in a new place and I don't trust anyone.
I was adopted on Oct. 13th, 2005,
the vet says I was about a
year & a half old.So my birthday
 will be June 8th,same as my mom.


This is me now,1 week later, I'm a happy girl !


Maggie , one year after finding her furever home.

My name is Maggie Angeletta .Angeletta means
 " little angel ' in french.My mom Gwen got me at
the shelter,I had  been there 8 days.I had been
bred at too young a age, & had 
puppies.Now I have been spayed,so I won't have
anymore puppies.I was shy, sad, insecure,& scared
when my new mom got me.Now I have a forever
home, plenty food to eat,& lots of love & hugs !


Maggie & mom graduated from
 Five Flags Dog Training Club
 of Pensacola ,Fl. on June 28, 2006.
It was great fun, &
 Maggie won a first place prize !





 I would've given up on life, if not for your kind
 I would have used my teeth in fear, if not for your
 gentle hand.
 I would have left this life, believing that all humans
 don't care.
 Believing there is no such thing as fur that isn't
 matted... skin that isn't
 flea bitten, Good Food and enough of it....... Beds to
 on.......Someone to love show me I deserve love.......
 just because I
 Your kind eyes........... your loving smile.......your
 gentle hands.....
 big heart saved me!!!!!
 You saved me from the terror of the pound.
 You have soothed away the memories of my old life.
 You have taught me what it means to be loved.
 I have seen you do the same for other dogs & cats just
 like me.
 I have heard you ask yourself in times of despair..
 why you do it????
 when there is not more money..... No more room.... No
 more homes....
 I see you open your heart a little bigger......
 stretch the money a little
 Make just a little more save one more like
 I tell you this with all the gratitude and love that
 shines in my eyes.
 It is the best way I know how.......
 Reminding you why you go on trying....
 The dogs & cats before me are the reason
 As are the ones who come after.
 Our lives would've been wasted...... Our love never

 Author Unknown


I even have toys now, & a soft,comfy bed !


The Prayer of a Stray

Dear God, please send me somebody who'll care!

I'm tired of running, I'm sick with despair.

 My body is aching, it's so racked with pain.

And Dear God I pray as I run in the rain,

"That someone will love me and give me a home.

 A warm cozy bed I can call my own.


My last owner neglected me and chased me away.

To rummage in garbage and live as a stray.

But now God I'm tired and hungry and cold.

 And I'm afraid that I'll never grow old.

They've chased me with sticks and hit me with stones  

 While I run in the streets just looking for bones!

I'm not really bad God, please help if you can.

 For I have become just a "VICTIM OF MAN!" I'm wormy Dear

God and I'm ridden with fleas and all that

I want is an owner to please!

If you find one for me God, I'll try to be good

I won't run away and I'll do as I should. I don't think

 I'll make it to long on my own, Cause I'm getting

so weak and I'm so all alone.

Each night as I sleep in the bushes I cry, 'cause

 I'm so afraid God, that I'm gonna die!

And I've got so much love and devotion to give,

 that I should be given a new chance to live.

So Dear God PLEASE PLEASE answer my prayer
and send me somebody who will really care...


Rescue Me
(By Terri Onorato)

Rescue me not only with your hands

but with your heart as well. 

 I will respond to you.

Rescue me not out of pity but out of love.

  I will love you back.

Rescue me not with self-righteousness

but with compassion.  I will learn what you teach.

Rescue me not because of my past

 but because of my future.  I will relax and enjoy.

Rescue me not simply to save me

but to give me a new life.  I will appreciate your gift.

Rescue me not only with a firm hand

but with tolerance and patience.  I will please you.

Rescue me not only because of who

I am but who I'm to become.  I will grow and mature.

Rescue me not to revere yourself to others but because you want me. 

 I will never let you down.

Rescue me not with a hidden agenda

 but with a desire to teach me to trust.  I will be loyal and true.

Rescue me not to be chained or to fight

 but to be your companion.  I will stand by your side.

Rescue me not to replace one you've lost

but to sooth your spirit.  I will cherish you.

Rescue me not to be your pet

 but to be your friend.  I will give you unconditional love.

Rescue me with true love in your heart

 and I will give you these things

 all the days of my life.


Feb. 23,2006
Here I am, 4 months later !
I love my new home.

From time to time, people have said to me,
"lighten up, it's just a dog,"
or, "that's a lot of money for just a dog.
" They don't understand the
distance traveled, the time spent,
 or the costs
involved for "just a dog."
Some of my proudest moments have
 come about with "just a dog."
  Many hours have passed
and my only company
was "just a dog," but I did not
 once feel slighted. 
Some of my saddest moments have
 been brought about by "just a dog,"
and in those days of darkness,
the gentle touch of "just a dog"
 gave me comfort and reason
to overcome the day. 
May God Bless my Keeshond,
Corky Sue, for delivering me from
such days after losing my
 beloved of 53 years recently. 
If you, too, think it's "just a dog,"
then you will probably understand
phases like "just a friend,"
"just a sunrise," or "just a promise." 
 "Just a dog" brings into my
 life the very essence of friendship,
 trust, and pure unbridled joy.
  "Just a dog" brings out the
compassion and patience
that makes me a better person.
  Because of "just a dog"
 I will rise early. 
 We will do our chores
and take walks and look
longingly to the future.
So for me and folks like me,
it's not "just a dog" but an
embodiment of all the hopes
 and dreams of the future,
 the fond memories of the  past,
 and the pure joy of the moment. 
 "Just a dog" brings out what's
 good in me and diverts my thoughts
away from myself,
 my longings and my worries.
I hope that someday they can
 understand that it's not "just a dog"
 but the thing that gives me
 humanity and keeps me
from being "just a Woman."
So the next time you hear the phrase
"just a dog," just smile,
 because they "just don't understand."
Granny Hook