Some things in life cannot be explained. We ask why? We ask how?
Some things in life have no reason, but your Unconditional love...we
never question. Rest in Peace sweet furbabies and feathered friends.
Run free..Fly free... May your Guardians be comforted by others and
the world find Peace on Earth.
Prayers for all the families, victims and the furbabies too.|
In all the news and commotion about the people, we can't forget the furbabies that most surely were there! And we can only hope that if there were peregrine falcons on the roofs, that they took the chance to fly away in time!
Pray for Peace on Earth.
The North Shore Animal League has set up an Emergency Relief Fund to aid any animals suffering due to the World Trade Center disaster. Donations may be sent to: North Shore Animal League America Department CERF Lewyt Street Port Washington, NY 11050
DAISY James Crane worked on the 101st floor of Tower 1 of the World Trade Center He is blind so he has a golden retriever named Daisy. After the plane hit 20 stories below, James knew that he was doomed, so he let Daisy go, out of an act of love. She darted away into the darkened hallway. Choking on the fumes of the jet fuel and the smoke James was just waiting to die. About 30 minutes later, Daisy comes back along with James' boss, who Daisy just happened to pick up on floor 112. On her first run of the building, she leads James, James' boss, and about 300 more people out of the doomed building. But she wasn't through yet, she knew there were others who were trapped. So, highly against James' wishes she ran back in the building. On her second run, she saved 392 lives. Again she went back in. During this run, the building collapses. James hears about this and falls on his knees into tears. Against all known odds, Daisy makes it out alive, but this time she is carried by a firefighter. "She led us right to the people, before she got injured" the fireman explained. Her final run saved another 273 lives. She suffered acute smoke inhalation, severe burns on all four paws, and a broken leg, but she saved 967 lives. Daisy is the first civilian Canine to win the Medal of Honor of New York City.