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Happy Tails: Happy pictures from Sugarfoot Farm Rescue

2013-03-03 - Sugarfoot Farm Rescue, 860 Sparksville Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Peg Schaeffer.
Life at Sugarfoot Rescue Farm is full of happy moments, coming and going,m as when, 1) Sarah Keltner left photo, was getting ready to leave with her newly adopted puppy, Amelia, a Beagle/Basset mix, whose Mom and Dad were abandoned at the farm in November 2012. Amelia is the subject of today's Happy Tail, accessed by clicking Readmore with this collage. 2) Even when a dog is found and brought to us, it's a time for last minute leavings, as in the center photo when Renee Hobbs left Forest, a stray dog she found, with us. 3) It's always a pleasure to see youngsters at Sugarfoot Farm Rescue, as in the right hand photo when Bella and Elizabeth, granddaughters of Mary Porter, were petting Sugar, the Sugarfoot Farm Rescue's Good Will Ambassador. -Peg Schaeffer

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