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Daignault in China in 2010. Photo Credit: Jaime Daignault
Jerry Brooker November 21, 2013 at 09:03 am
I am impressed with Ms. Daignault's commitment to the orphanage in Nepal. The Party Depot in townRead More sells packages of rubber type bracelets that fit nicely on the little arms of the orphans (the moms love them, too). They were a big "hit" when I was there a few years ago. Best wishes! Jerry Brooker
Al Vargas November 21, 2013 at 04:44 pm
I'll keep you in my prayers...
Sue Polaski May 25, 2013 at 09:14 am
I know so many! They won't see it. My dad and uncle in heaven. So many other relatives who don't seeRead More this site:husband(who never wants the recognition), nephew and brother-in-law. Most of all:My cousin who gave his life in Vietnam in 1968.
Sue Polaski May 25, 2013 at 09:14 am
I know so many! They won't see it. My dad and uncle in heaven. So many other relatives who don't seeRead More this site:husband(who never wants the recognition), nephew and brother-in-law. Most of all:My cousin who gave his life in Vietnam in 1968.
Joseph C Moore, USN Ret August 12, 2012 at 02:18 pm
I have just turned 78 in the rural area of Lake Ariel, PA and live in an old farmhouse (1867).Read More Really enjoyed the short video and expect that someone like Greg going through the house when I am gone would find much the same of interest. I don't plan on going before the next 40 years so don't put my farm on your list just yet.
Kimberly Dunne August 3, 2012 at 09:23 pm
In my experience, there are always two sides to every story and it is a fact of life that people doRead More not like to hear the word "no"...........for any reason. No system or person is ever perfect. Keep up the hard work DAWS! There are thousands of satisfied adopters and happy, content pets out there because you exist. And there would be thousands of dead animals without you simply because they had no other place to go.
Alizya August 12, 2012 at 03:11 am
I hear you Kimberly. Probably in many cases a lot of "better safe than sorry."Read More Unfortunate, sometimes, but it tells me DAWS loves their babies. I got my Loki (Pinocchio) kitty from (I think) DAWS or New Leash in 1991. They had him picked for me before I even got there and they were not going to let me go home without him lol. I thought I was just going to look. It was the beginning of a beautiful relationship!
Heidi April 27, 2013 at 06:45 pm
I have tried two times to adopt with DAWS and since I let my cats... no kitten outside.... I'mRead More frowned on... and I have been turned down both times... I have owned cats my entire life and EVERY cat I have owned has lived over the age of 17 !!! So riddle me why I get turned down.... my cats get their shots, come in every night,have a loving family,plenty of food and water and more love then some children get, my children play with them,sleep with them and cuddle them till they can't stand it... but I'm not good enough for DAWS...
Hilda DeLucia July 29, 2012 at 12:17 pm
A shout out to Wendy Wildman who contacted the flower shops and they readily agreed to donate theRead More ribbon. I love how the community, businesses and residents of Bethel always come together to help one another (and others) in need.
Steven DeVaux March 11, 2012 at 12:43 pm
Brookfield is in desperate need of volunteers to finish their Kids Kingdom II playground for use byRead More all area towns after over running the half million dollar budget. Volunteers are need with strong back and calloused hands to dig, plant, level and maintain the playround. Also, they are looking for financial contributions to help offset additional cost over runs.
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