March 3, 2006
Volume 1, Number 1
“Dogs are like wet
cement, you make an
impression on every
one you touch.”
“Has your pooch put on that holiday weight too?”
“The Heart of the Catahoula”
Funny Houla Happenings
We need your stories!!
Finally!!!! The Catahoula Times are here
The Catahoula Times have been a long time coming. Thank you everybody for your help and input. Our goal is to keep the lines of communication and education open to both the rescue community and the Catahoula owner community. Since the word got out that the newsletter was in the works we have had several offers of help and ideas. Thank you for that. We will need more stories, helpful hints, houla happenings etc. Keep them coming!!!! We especially want to spotlight the “Versatile Catahoula” and the many jobs they are good at, any volunteers to put your amazing Catahoula in the spotlight? Forward comments and ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you again and let the fun begin!!!!!
Olive has never met a stranger and loves it when people come to visit. She is very sweet and loving, even with the rocky start she had. She was left behind when her owners sold their house. Then when she ended up in the motherly way, the person who had taken her in threatened to put her to sleep because they didn't want to deal with a litter of puppies. Well all of that is behind her now. Olive gave birth to 12 happy and healthy puppies on New Years Eve and is ready to wean her brood that she has taken such good care of.
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Happy Tails – this is why we rescue
Marbles was a terrified, timid little Catahoula
mix who for the second time in his life ended up back in the same shelter.
The first time he was born there. His
mother was a red leopard Catahoula who was found wandering the streets of