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The Dogs and How To Help

Posted By: auschen

The Dogs and How To Help - 09/12/00 06:50 PM

The two topics regarding the stray dogs in San Pedro have addressed a serious and heartfelt issue for us all.

The Saga Society is a non-profit 'humane society' which serves to address the stray animal problems of San Pedro. From what I understand, they can be reached at #3266. You also may email marchal@btl.net for additional information regarding donations or pet adoption.

This is the information I found. I would be very interested if this information is still accurate and helpful and hopeful that many people lend their support. I even encourage the multi-colored font people...
Posted By: Laguna Punta

Re: The Dogs and How To Help - 09/12/00 07:33 PM

I knew you'd come up with an answer for us. Hows the stray dog situation is DC? Cleaned up?
Posted By: auschen

Re: The Dogs and How To Help - 09/12/00 07:52 PM

Well, Bill, as a matter of fact, the stray dogs in DC are cleaned up. Rats are indeed the story now. The rats run the streets and the White House.

Sandshaker posted a nice reply in the other dog post. I plan to help out San Pedro where I can (probably with $$ donations so my time is free for finding people's sunglasses for them.)

In any event, I'll be in St. Louis soon and at my regular table at Tony's. Say around 7pm?
Posted By: Marty

Re: The Dogs and How To Help - 09/13/00 01:13 AM

GREAT idea, Saga Society is certainly alive and well on the island, thats probably the place to start...
Posted By: Laguna Punta

Re: The Dogs and How To Help - 09/13/00 05:29 AM

Glad ta hear ya got that stray dog problem solved in DC. I hope ya enjoy your stay in St Louis. Unfortunately, my policy is never eat at places like Tony's, they don't offer ya doggy bags.
Posted By: TexasDawg

Re: The Dogs and How To Help - 09/13/00 06:04 AM

Ya'll got me worried about them stray dogs in San Pedro. Seems like they must be more plentiful than the wild coyotes that put me to sleep at night with their howls here in Texas. If customs will let me, do you need more ammunition to take care of that problem when I come? I for sure don't want to be worried about stray animals when I come there to visit. Let me know what I can do to help. TexasDawd ( a human being, not a dog)
Posted By: Sandshaker

Re: The Dogs and How To Help - 09/13/00 02:06 PM

YES!! TexasDawg....by all means....bring lots of ammunition.
I'm sure customs will treat you like a VIP. Might even put you up for free in their illustrious hotel in Hattieville.
Hell....throw a couple rifles in that suitcase for good measure.....LOL
Posted By: Chloe

Re: The Dogs and How To Help - 09/13/00 02:13 PM

What are the visiting hours at Hattiesville, and will you want us to bring cigarettes?
Posted By: Laguna Punta

Re: The Dogs and How To Help - 09/14/00 02:46 AM

Here's an idea TexasDawg: The customs agents sometimes fall for a diversion. I brought a VCR tape of the "Two Fat Ladies" cooking show. The customs agents were so conserned that it was pornograph, they didn't even ask bout the bazooka.
Posted By: Chloe

Re: The Dogs and How To Help - 09/14/00 02:50 AM

Bill the customs agent actually viewed your cooking tape right?

[This message has been edited by Chloe (edited 09-14-2000).]
Posted By: TexasDawg

Re: The Dogs and How To Help - 09/14/00 04:22 AM

Don't think I would have room in luggage for ammo anyway because it will be full of insect repellant as janeinpa and tictoc advise to bring. If I use enough it might keep skeeters and dogs away. (It is fun to razz everyone on this message board anyway). Besides, I would never hurt a dog. (Cats are a different story). LOLOLOL
Posted By: Laguna Punta

Re: The Dogs and How To Help - 09/14/00 04:35 AM

Yea Chloe, but not after the agent got about 5 of his buds, ta hep make da determination. They came out of the viewing room after about 5 minutes, all disappointed. I kind of gave the agent a "knowing" smile, he charged me for my inflatable Kayak. Best money I ever spent!
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