How do cats fare around the world with so much war, violence & starvation?

BJ

BJ Bangs is an established journalist, photographer, and an aspiring author. She loves everything about cats, including writing about them.

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  2. BJ says:

    Sharon: Thanks for sharing. This indeed is something that should be addressed. I’m sure these dogs brought your husband a lot of solace and peace during a time of horrendous turmoil. He should be credited with helping them for the 2 years that he was there. I’m sure they remembered him, as he remembers them.

  3. Sharon S. says:

    I love that you are covering this topic. I look forward to reading the submissions from other pet lovers. A million years ago when my husband was stationed in Viet Nam he befriended two homeless dogs. They were his buddies for nearly 2 years. Laws were different than they are now for servicemen who want to bring an animal back to the U.S. so although he tried the best he could to get approval to take the dogs home, ultimately he had to leave them behind. He left them in the care of a woman who cleaned their barracks, but he never felt comfortable that she would take care of the dogs. He still has their pictures and it still haunts him today about what might have happened to them.

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