Wednesday, December 31, 2008

"We Are Their Heroes"

"We Are Their Heroes"

If you worry that you have not made a difference,
you have,
for only those who do not worry about it have not.
If you feel overwhelmed, if the weight of problems
is too heavy to bear,
remember it is a shared burden
and the strength of numbers can accomplish much.

If you think society and government are blind,
it only serves to remind that we need to change
one mind at a time, one law after another.
We effect change by cooperation, not by isolation.

If you consider that we cannot save them all,
and what difference does one make?,
you ought to know the joy of the one who is saved.
Mourn those we cannot save, it is a eulogy to their being.
Do not let their loss be in vain.

Be kind to yourself, remember your needs
and those of your family and friends of every species.
If you give everything, what will you have left for yourself,
or for them?
Strive to be happy and healthy. You are needed.
Achieving balance in life is a lifelong struggle.
We who help those who do not have all that they need
should be among the most grateful for what we have.

Be proud of your accomplishments, not your opinions.
The quality of your efforts is more important than the quantity.
Forgive your own deficiencies - sometimes your caring is sufficient.
Everyone can do something, it is up to you to do the thing you can. A
kind word and a gentle touch can change a life.

If a seething anger wells up within you, because people are the
problem, remember your humanity and that people are also the solution.
Concentrate on specific needs, pay attention to the individual - they
make up the whole. See beyond the unlovable, the unattractive, the
impure and the wounded - see that their spirit is as deserving as the
rest. Help them heal. Their eyes are windows to their soul and the
mirror of your sincerity.

All species, all beings, share this Earth in a chain of life.
Care more about what makes us alike than what separates us.
Policies, rules and regulations are not infallible.
Apply them judiciously, interpret them wisely.
No decision based purely on money is ever the right one.

Listen to your heart. Sometimes we have to do that which
we are most afraid of.
Be true to yourself and your beliefs.
Family may abandon you,
friends may disappoint you, strangers will ridicule you.
People shun what they do not understand.
Help them to understand - kindly, softly, gently.

Those who do not respect all life are to be pitied.
Often the wrongdoer is as in need of help as his victims.
Forgive, then teach by example.
Educate yourself or you cannot hope to teach others.
No action based in hatred is ever right and
anger drowns out wisdom.

Yours may be a voice crying in the wilderness,
make it a voice to be respected.
Listen more than you talk, be courteous and reliable.
Learn to ask for help. Never waiver from the truth.
Know that it takes a lot of strength to cry and
with every defeat, we learn.

All Creation celebrates that which is in its own best interest.
The Children are our hope - nurture them.
Nature is our legacy - protect it.
The Animals are our brethren - learn from them.

Your rewards will not be material, but they will be meaningful,
and the courage of your convictions can survive anything.
We are small boats cast adrift on a cruel sea, but someday
the tide will turn toward a safe harbor. No matter how dark
the storm clouds, or deep the pain of heartbreak - never forget:
We are their heroes.

© Jim Willis 2001
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Happy Second Gotcha Day Bailey!!!!!!!

This is such a great day for a Gotcha Day! We get to celebrate withBailey all night long! Sorry, she is a bit yak looking, but she saidto tell everyone, that the weather just keeps changing and if it hasto be cold, she would like to keep her fur coat!
Happy Gotcha Day Sweet Girl! Two years today!
Love you!
Mom and December!

MEEKA & McCOY "Gotcha" Anniversaries

Two years ago, we adopted Mancuso (now Meeka) and McCoy (Willis McCoy.. also called Willie Mac or Will).. our fosters with CPCRN. We count Dec. 31st as their "Gotcha Day".. but guess they "got us" long before. :)

Meeka is nearly 11 years old now, and while still skittish with sudden noises, has come into her own. She is seldom found without a sqeekie toy in her mouth.. and loves to "collect" a dozen or so toys in her crate. She has become very social, not only with other dogs; but will walk right up to people now.. expecting a pet or treat. She is a petite little one and guess she is in her "salad days" as she loves to nibble on anything green in the garden. Meeka will mow a bed of Cosmos (my butterfly garden) down in an afternoon. She barks only at dinnertime, when she dances, whirls and barks BIG!... as food is carried to her crate.

While a shy, scared little one.. she is quite determined at times.. contends for toys with the others in her pack, and can be quite stealthy in sneaking a toy out from under another. Her vision is dimmed somewhat.. from the horrible eye infections she suffered in the mill, but daily meds keep her comfortable and perserve what vision she has. She is our little Meekie-girl, and is much loved.

Willie Mac was pulled from Fort Worth Animal Control, the same shelter shown in Oprah's puppy mill feature. Willie (CP's McCoy) came in with horrible yeast infection in both ears and looked a bit like a harbor seal at 23.4-lbs. Extremely food motivated, Will has been known to move chairs across a tile floor to get up on counters and filch food or loaves of bread. He is athletic, and a fierce stalker of squirrels and the rat that visits from our neighbor's wood pile.

Sadly, this will likely be Willie's last "Gotcha" anniversary. He has been diagnosed with GME, Granulomatous Meningeal Encephalitis, a non-contageous form of encephalitis. It is fatal, and there is no cure. Treatment is to slow the progression, and Will is at the max on all meds. GME is typically fast progressing, and Will is showing new neurological symptoms every couple weeks.

We know his time is very short, but are determined to grab and value every good day and every good moment until that awful decision must be made. Will is an endearing, charming soul, have thought he might be an angel among us. He's not the cute, chubby little cherub kind of angel.. more the John Travolta "Michael" kind of angel. :) We adore him.

THANK YOU to all who help rescue little ones like Meeka and McCoy. Some might say they were lucky to be saved, but George and I know we are the lucky ones. They have graced our lives in countless ways.
Claudia and George in Fort Worth with Honey Girl, Willie Mac & Meeka
Please support rescue..."until there are none... save one."

Kiara Ann is 4 Years Old Today!

My sweet New Year's Eve firecracker is 4 already!! We celebrated with a long walk in the Florida sunshine and Frosty Paws shared with fursib Ruthie.

We love you!!

Happy Holidays from Graham!

We wanted to say happy holidays! Graham has just enjoyed his first Christmas with us. He ran in the woods, swam in the lake and ran with his cousin Hope. He certainly enjoyed the shopping bag full of treats Santa brought him.

He is such a delight. He has brought so much to my life, I can't remember what it was like before he came to me. He talks to me all the time and the scary thing is ... I understand what he is saying!

We hope your Christmas was merry and your new year is full of the best. I cannot thank you enough for taking care of Graham so I could find him.

All the best, Peggy and Graham

Tucker Boy - Adopting an Older Cairn

You know, I knew that opening our house to a new baby would be a good thing but I never knew how I get to watch this 6 year-young cairn boy grow up in front of my eyes. He has been in our house since the end of July and he has grown so much.

He has a routine and does not like to have anything change that. So he really does not like it when I have to go to work early. He does not get his walk until I get home. He is so spoiled, there are times you would not even know that he was a puppy mill dog. He has such a personally also. He loves to attack me right before we go to bed. It is a little game that we play. I put him and his sister Selena up on the bed and the two of them attack me until they get tired and decide that they need to go to sleep. Then I get to read.

Getting an old Cairn was the best thing that I could of done. He is the most wonderful little boy. Thank you Col Potter.
Christine McKedy

Vancouver Wa

Rescue Angel Pilots

Rescue Angels come in many different types and provide various services. Here is a story about one generous group that helps our rescued cairns get to their foster homes in Vancouver Island, Canada. Once in the foster home, they start to learn love and prepare for their furever homes. Read Hampton's story, then watch for a post-adoption update in the coming months.

Mr Hampton had a bit of a busy day. He entertained a local reporter, who came to see this handsome guy and hear his story. He was a perfect gentleman, of course, and just kept asking for more belly rubs as we chatted about rescue. Our local airline, which only does short flights within BC, flies rescue animals at no charge, and I felt it was important they were recognized for this service. A ferry trip from Vancouver Island to Vancouver, takes 1.5 hrs each way, and with schedules, and busy times, that is often a much longer trip... and it costs about $65.00 one way, so having flown 5 CP kids now, they have really helped us out.
Here's a pic that the reporter took. We are not in a big city, and this paper only is published twice/week. I'll share the article when it is out, and hopefully it went ok.
And, as for Hampton's day. He's so sweet and gentle.. intros to the resident furkids are going well. They are very tolerant and don't seem too concerned by his appearance here. He's eating and drinking well and decided the bowl that had his chicken broth and water needed to be stored in the back of his crate for safe-keeping. Hampton will be in to see the Vet on Friday for some follow up - keep this lovely soul in your thoughts.
Allison in British Columbia Canada

Cookie's First Birthday in Freedom

Everyone remember Glory Bee - who was 10 when she came into rescue from a mill. Well she is now Cookie and this is her first birthday in freedom with her family. This made this foster mom cry! I just love happy endings. Sandy
Goldie (aka Ella) has asked us to send out holiday greetings to all of her friends at Colonel Potter. She is learning to love snow and these cold New England winters as well as all the comforts of home. Ella spends her days taking naps in a cozy chair and playing with her new family members. She has a mischevious streak and likes to dart out from under furniture and nibble on the feet or pants of her adoptive parents. She is very inquisitive and is often found poking her nose into things- the clean laundry, closets, gifts and other things that capture her attention. At night she can be found rolled up in a tight ball in her dog basket next to mom's side of the bed. Every morning Ella gets up at 5:30 with mom to make coffee and have breakfast before the start of the day. Overall she is very cute and is getting used to lots of cuddling and attention. She is starting to come out of her shell and has made herself the watch dog in the house, making a complete racket when she hears anyone outside. We love her! Happy New Year to you all. The Vs

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Happy New Year to all of you!

Turn the fireplace on and relax!

Love, Mitch, Cindy & Asta (fka Coquin)

Today is SophiaMaria's 2 year Gotcha Day!

Hi Everyone!
Today is my sweet SophiaMaria's 2 year gotcha anniversary with us!! WooHoo! 2 years ago BodieZeffa and I drove to Ohio to meet her & hopefully they'd click and she'd come home with us. Well it was a great meeting and she rode home staring at me the whole way! This is such a great way to ring in the New Year!

I have to thank Col Potter first, and the people who got her from the mill, transport people who drove her, Kathy Cable who took great care of her at Oz and her wonderful foster Mom Bonnie Becker!! Thank you all so very much for helping my little girl.

Bodie and I love her dearly, he pretends not to still, but he's always running after her! I've attached a pic of her last night chewing on a bully stick in bed. Tonight we'll share a big steak, raw for them and medium for me!
Thanks again and Happy New Year to everyone!

BodieZeffa - I'm the Westie dude...
SophiaMaria - I'm the Cairn princess
in Livonia, MI

13 is a Great Number - Happy Birthday Ally!

December 29, 1995 - my heart girl came into this world. As I type this, she is laying like a frog - watching the movers pack up the kitchen. The years have slowed her down a bit but it's the slow disappearance of her vision that has made the biggest change. That said - she has adapted to this like she has with everything else in life. Head first, tail up and a spring in her step. I think having her best bud, Oscar, around to help doesn't hurt things either! We'll be having surprise cheeseburgers from McDonalds as a treat tonight (no bun for Oscar). So - if you have a minute, please wish Ally a happy birthday. She is an alpha after all - so it's all about her! And a few pictures of my old gal. Angela in CO

Monday, December 29, 2008

Allie Update!

It's always great to receive updates from families - everyone loves a happy ending! Here is the latest update on Allie, formerly known as Alto.
"Allie is doing great. Her and Saydy (our current cairn) are getting along great, just like two sisters. They sit in chairs and sleep together. Allie has her own bed, but lots of time by morning she is in bed with Saydy. She is doing great with the walking and is house trained. She is a well balanced dog considering the history she has had. It is like she has always been a part of our family."

A Home For the Holidays

Newly adopted Magpie, now known as Georgie Girl or GG, has found her forever home in the province of British Columbia. Georgie Girl has taken up residence with her new brother Gus and is adjusting well to her new family. GG's mom and dad mentioned that she is the best Christmas present either one of them could ever ask for.

Happy Adopted Kid's prayer

The Happy Dog's Bedtime Prayer

Now I lay me down to sleep,
The queen-size bed is soft and deep.
I sleep right in the center groove
My human being can hardly move!

I've trapped her legs,
she's tucked in tight,
And here is where I pass the night.
No one disturbs me or dares intrude
Till morning comes and I want food!

I sneak up slowly and it begins
My nibbles on my human's chin.
She wakes up slowly and smiles and shouts,
"You darling beast! Just cut it out!"
But morning's here and it's time to play
I always seem to get my way.

So thank you, Lord, for giving me
This human person that I see
The one who hugs and holds me tight
and shares her bed with me at night!

---Author unknown
--- Sent by Auntie Joanna

Servus Finds his Furever Home

Ha! I don't want to jinx it, but this seems to be a wonderful home, fitting him to a T, and close by.... After a year and three months, it's about time, but I've often found that the right home becomes ready when the foster dog becomes ready. Servus has finally settled down and is on the road to being more normal all of a sudden, and then at the same time this home felt he would be a good fit for her and her female. We had a meet and greet, and Servus basically ignored both, but she understands fearful dogs and knows how to work with them. All my fingers and toes are crossed and we have Mary Knoll, the Matchmaker, to thank as well. I recently took in a young cairn male stray and Servus has been totally unaggressive - intently interested, but not aggressive. That is a completely unexpected reaction, since at first Servus was very male aggressive. Just goes to show you that these fosters grow and learn and change. They need lots of patience and time to come out of their shells, and they will do this. It's important to give them the time they need, which is sometimes not so long, and other times a bit longer than we expect. Once they feel safe in our homes, they learn to adjust, to grow, and as long as they are loved and don't feel threatened by our dogs or our actions (no yelling), they can become all they were meant to be. **I** am soooooooo excited!!! I will be heartbroken, as Servus (Sammy to me) will be very hard to let go. He has been on a very long journey, but it's what CP is all about, saving cairns and helping them to find a wonderful new forever life. Thanks, Karen!

Sandy in Houston TX with Servus Servus' first photos Servus' most recent photos

Baxter's Update

Hi! Baxter is wonderful! We love him. I really need to write a story about his life with us since we adopted him!He is so so perfect and he just came back from Austin,Texas with me, he flew and sat in my lap the whole way! He loved it! He takes his bed and seatbelt strap everywhere! He also went to Denver and spent a week at a convention with me. So so special and he is the King of Cairns now! He has a bucket full of new friends and now he is sleeping on his sofa bed!Thanks for everything!!!!!

Two CP Kids Travel to Their Furever Home

Hello All, I wanted to drop you a line and let you know that all is well. We had very difficult trip from O'Hare, not because of the pups. They were complete angels! The flight was to leave at 3:30 pm. We boarded and sat on the plane for around 1.5 hours due to "mechanical problems" with one of the wings. At that point they told us to deplane and they would keep us posted as to how the repair was progressing.

Meanwhile it's about 5:30 and these angels haven't peed since 1 pm when we left the hotel. We have to take them all the way back out through security to "refresh" them, in the near 0 degree whether.

We proceed back through security, and lines, to find that our flight is delayed "indefinitely". Now the last connecting flight from Seattle to Spokane is at 11 pm. Seattle is about a 6 hour drive to Spokane over a mountain pass that is very dangerous in the winter. It's now 6:30 pm and we have to get out of Chicago in the next hour to make it to Spokane that day. We stand in line, with the rest of the plane, to get rebooked or standby, on the only plane that could connect to Spokane for that night. We are the last 2 called for standby minutes before the plane takes off.

Meanwhile back in the cramped Sherpas, the kids are both very brave, quiet, and patient. They have and are refusing food. Willy will take treats but Sophie will only take water. When we get to Seattle, we have to run all the way to the opposite side of the airport. When we get to the gate we find that the plane is almost finished boarding and the agent in Chicago failed to book us on it as promised. It is a sold out flight but we apply for standby.

As par for the whole trip Sophie and Willy are brave, quiet and very patient. Again we were the last two called just before take off which was then delayed on the runway due to weather. Alas, we land at 1:00 am and by 2:15 am I have delivered my friend to her home and the kids are sniffing their new yard. They both had a nice meal, did their business and were gracious enough to let me sleep until 9 am the next day. Whew!

Then....the next day, 12-16, it started to snow. On 12-17-08 we had a record breaking, for Spokane, blizzard with over 24 inches of snow and have been snowed in every since. They just finished scrapping my street so as soon as I dig through the behrm we are free at last.

The kids think we took a wrong turn and ended up at the North Pole. Willy likes digging snow caves. Sophie would rather be inside. "Let's pee and get it over with!" Ahhhh... there is no place like home and the kids are settling into their forever home nicely. I have Willy (A.K.A. "Won't He") signed up for "Diamonds in the Ruff" (you can check it out on line), kindergarten starting 1-10-08 and Sophie will start "head start" in late February.

It is clear that I was blessed during this trip and am so blessed to be starting my new family with these angels. Blessings to all of you, may your holidays be full of joy and connection!


A Toy and A Spare

Who can resist an adorable puppy?
Here is Jazz in his new furever home.
He seems to be saying "I've got it all!"
Too cute. Here's an update from his mom:

First of all let me wish you a happy,wonderfull NEW YEAR. As for Jazz,he is doing great, he's been taken to the vet, and will be neutered sometime this month. We kept his name Jazz,and sometimes call him Jazzy, and he responds well on both. I'm a music lover so I thought his name is just like his "doggynality" - wonderfull. The atmosphere in the different since he is in it,he is more than full of energy,and funny,we laugh so much.

Even Katiria has accepted him. Sometimes if he bothers her to much, she lets him know, and only sometimes he backs up. Jazz ears are both up already. I'm including two pictures of Jazz,Katiria and me. Wishing you many many blessings.


Sunday, December 28, 2008

Play Time!

Coast-to-coast, families are experiencing all sorts of bizarre weather.

It is no different in Courtenay, British Columbia, where the province

was literally dumped on with large amounts of snow. One little Cairn,

Megan, made the best of it! Here she is enjoying herself in the snow!

Snickerdoodle's Christmas Card

I got this from my former foster Snickerdoodle's forever Mom today. There were some other shots too so I'll try to put them up on a site so everyone can see. They are very large so I have to reduce them.

I'm not going to mention that this one was obviously Photo-shopped - guess the boys wouldn't actually sit still at the same time, LOL It's adorable though.
Snicks is on the right and Brodie is on the left with the antlers. Snicks doesn't need antlers, he has his BEAUTIFUL EARS (how can you not love them, right??)
Enjoy - I sure did!!
Susan in Vermont

Capt Carter Gets Transfer Orders to His Forever Home!

Capt Carter, former resident of the Confederate Officers Retreat, has nowt ransferred to his forever home base in Boynton Beach with Britni R and her fiancée Joe. He will be the consulting commander of their home with their other dogs and Britni's horses.

Capt Carter would like to express his appreciation to his friend Col Potter for re-assigning him from the shelter in North Carolina to the Retreat in Orlando, FL. He also said that while he learned a lot about the mill life from Capt Butler, he said that his lifetime owner gave him too many treats and no medical attention so that he was a fat curmudgeon when his owner died and nobody in the family wanted him.

His CP makeover started with 13 extractions from dental neglect, a prescription i/d diet for his stress colitis, arthritis meds for an old untreated crushed ankle and an exercise program to help with the weight loss and overall health.
For a senior officer, his response was dramatic. Over 7 months, he lost apound a month so he is now at a svelte 15 pounds with just the Science i/d and regular walks.

He is confident, strong and healthy; he's not a snugglebunny but he is constantly in motion as he walks with you wherever you go, as well as his regular patrols around the yard and house. And he even let me groom his face with not one snap from those 4 remaining teeth! All that was needed for this12 year old was simple medical attention and care for years of "benign neglect." His bright personality and Cairnness was always there but hidden by pain.
Hip hip HOORAY for the Captain!
Ruth in Orlando, FL

Saturday, December 27, 2008

Manny's Happy Ever After

Manny is fitting in beautifull with our family. As I was downloading the pic of the pups, Steph came in and started snuggling with Manny. She loved that he used her hand for a pillow and begged me to take a pic.... I'm glad I did :o)

Priscilla is Adopted in New York

Here is a picture of Priscilla with her new family. We met them at noon today. Priscilla had her Christmas bow and bell on to greet them. They were very excited!

From Three CP Kids in Virginia

Merry Christmas to all,

From: Bridget and Mike in VA

with CPCRN kids: Tara, Mimi and Dougie

Friday, December 26, 2008

From Wiggles' Family

I just wanted to say Merry Christmas to all of you wonderful, caring people. I also want to say A BIG THANK YOU to Everyone involved in this wonderful rescue network that had a part in our adoption of Wiggles (fka Erin Renee). We are sooooo thankful to each and every one of you for allowing us to be her forever parents. She has brought so much joy into our lives and a sparkle back into Tigger. Wiggles is just about as perfect an 11 month old Cairn as you can get. She is spunky, rambunctious, and oh soooo loving. She responds to "no" (not that she won't try the same thing again & again----she is a Cairn), she comes when called 98% of the time (of course why wouldn't she when it's -2 with ice covered grass), and she willingly goes in her crate when told. She loves to give kisses and curls up on one of our laps each night for a few hours of loving. She and Tigger were a perfect match from the moment we got home from Iowa with her. They run and play together, share stuffies & chewies and then curl up together for some nap time. This morning was Wiggles first Christmas and, as hard as I tried, I could not get a picture of the zooming girls with all of their Christmas stuffies. Again, thank you for being the greatest group of people I've had the pleasure of knowing----even if it is only by e-mail for the most part!
Bill & Pam E in Normal, IL

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Bodie's Winter Wonderland

I've never seen a dog love snow this much. During the first big snow storm in Connecticut, Bodie was peering out the winter, patiently awaiting his first romp through the fluffy cold wonderland. When I opened the door to let him outside, he bursted through the doorway, dove head first into the snow, mouth open. The snow was at least 8 inches high, and covered the pooch from paw to head. He galloped through the snow effortlessly and looked happier than I have ever seen him before. With each step he kicked up a cloud of fresh snow, and he grabbed pieces of it out of the air to indulge. His fur-brother Shaq was mystified with Bodie's behavior. He didn't think snow was all that interesting. But Bodie, he looked like the happiest Cairn in the world playing in his first Connecticut Winter Wonderland. Happy Holidays!

CC, the Christmas Cairn (aka Blackbird)

Hi all,
Merry Cwistmas from CC the Cwistmas Cairn
(aka Blackbird from the Freedom Fliers III).
My mom sez dese are not da bestest pictures of me,
but I am a cairn in motion 24/7.
When CP rescued me from the mill here in GA,
I was only 11 months old. I had already had a
witter of babies even dough I was jest a baby myself.
Now, tanks to CP, I gets to act just like a kid
and I'm taking full vantage ob it.
My foster mom and dad call me CC.
I am sure (as the inquisitive cairn people that you are)
you wonder why dey would call me such a stwrange name.
Well, that is because Christmas Cairn is too long
for dem to say on a wegular basis.
I am Christmas Cairn because today on the 25th of December 2008,
I am turning one year old in fweedom.
Today is my burfday, today is my burfday,
Merry Cwismas ta me, Merry Cwismas ta me.
I aweady gotted my pwesent.
It iz my fweedom.
It iz da bestest pwesent any pwincess gurl could hab.
So I wishes you all da best of the holiday and
tanks fer eberyting dat you all did
so I can be speendin my berry first
Chwismas and my berry first burfday
in Hvenly freedom.
Merry Cwistmas to all and to all a good nite.
Lubs ya all, CC the Cwistmas Cairn
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A Shortbread Christmas Eve Gift

Shortbread wanted to go out earlier than
anyone else this evening, so we went out.
When I came back, Jack was in
my chair - promptly transferred to my lap.

Jack jumped down, hung around for a few scritches,
then laid down for a nap next to my chair.

Shortbread came up to me for scritches, paws on
my chair arm. I talked to him a little about how it is
to come up to someone and get loves and scritches,
and he smiled. Great big smiles for me.

What a lovely gift to give someone, don't you think?
I'm so lucky - thank you, Col Potter.

Lois in CA
Heidi - Ahem, we do it this way
Jack - Look! Look! Look!!! Mom, LOOK!
Shortbread/Sandy - I lobs eberybodys!
The Girls - Hmmm there's someone new here,
he doesn't appear to notice us


Merry Christmas from the Hunt Pack!

Merry Christmas from the Hunt's in Missouri -
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Barney and Kathy
Kassidy Quinn, Sitka Moon, Sadie Jo, Fergus MacGhee, and Jilleen Roisin
plus fosters Rescue, Glitz, Hoffman, and Mahjong (I'm the new girl here)