Posts Tagged ‘Friend of the Month’

Meet Annie!

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May 1st, 2020 Posted 8:05 am

The random number generator speaks: “Annie!” That makes Annie Chet’s May Friend of the Month. She’ll be in the little profile thingy till June, and her human companion gets a signed copy of Heart of Barkness, the most recent Chet and Bernie novel. Next month this could be you! Just send in a pic to the FB page!

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Friend of the Month Reminder

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April 30th, 2020 Posted 8:36 am

Last day of the month already! (Probably not the best April in human history.) Today is the deadline for sending in photos for the Friend of the Month contest at the FB page. Winner is featured in the profile pic where Bella is now, and the winner’s human companion gets a signed copy of Heart of Barkness, the most recent Chet and Bernie novel. Just post a pic to the FB page. The random number generator does the rest!

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Meet Bella!

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April 2nd, 2020 Posted 8:07 am

The random number generator speaks: “Bella!” That makes Bella Chet’s April Friend of the Month. She’ll be the April profile pic on Chet’s FB page, and her human companion gets a signed copy of Heart of Barkness, the most recent Chet and Bernie novel. Next month this could be you – just post a pic to the FB page! R#G does the rest!

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More On Max!

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March 2nd, 2020 Posted 10:46 am

Chet’s March Friend. This is from Kathie Rankin – many thanks to her, and also to Sgt. Carlson who will soon be home with Max.

“Max’s journey to America began near a US Army installation in Jordan when his mother was hit and severely injured by a military vehicle. Max was just a puppy, and Sergeant Katie Carlson’s heart went out to him. She scooped him and carried him back to her base, spirited him into the barracks, and fed him table scraps from the dining facility and tuna fish. Once she received permission to keep him, she began looking for a way to send him back to her family in the States. That’s where Puppy Rescue Mission stepped in. They took custody of Max, de-wormed him, vaccinated him, and started a fund-raising campaign to bring him Stateside. The necessary $2500 was raised within a week, and on February 13 Max was loaded onto an airplane in Amman. After a stop in Istanbul and 20+ hours in the air, he arrived at Dulles Airport outside of Washington, DC, where he was met by members of Sgt. Carlson’s family and driven to his new home in suburban Virginia. He joins Tango (a six-year old pit bull rescue), Callie (a 14-year old beagle), and human brother and sister Tristan (9) and Zelda (7). He’s settling in well, although it’s taken him a while to feel comfortable on grass.”

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