Morning coffee break: meet Riley!

You’ll need your hankies for this one, but it is so worth it. Tears of disbelief and of joy, and hope. There are some good things to celebrate in this mad world.

Riley was rescued and helped his family. Isn’t this always the case with animals?

Watch the video and you’ll see what I mean.

Found on
Found on

Thanks for dropping by and have a good day.

Until the next time.

Dorne x



8 Comments on “Morning coffee break: meet Riley!

  1. Very hard to watch indeed. My son’s dog is named Riley. What a contrast of the two lives. Our Riley has never had a mean day in his life. Glad this film had a happy ending.

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    • Yes, it was very hard to watch and I nearly didn’t post it. But, I think sometimes animals can teach us vital lessons and this has such a positive ending. It’s hard to imagine how anyone could dump a poor puppy in such a place…to die! What goes through such a person’s head? x

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      • I am always thinking…..why did I post this or that. But you never know when it might touch someone. Every bit of kindness hopefully sparks another.

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      • Yes, I question most of my posts, comments and tweets! But, as you say there may be someone out there that gets something from it. Life is too short! And there is more hope than the media would have us believe. x


  2. I didn’t watch the video because I am at work, and it sounds like I will cry. I will check it out tonight when I get home. Thanks for loving animals, though, and Happy Thanksgiving!

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    • I think you will cry…I did. But, it has a great ending.
      Thanks for taking the time to comment and I hope you enjoy it when you watch it.
      Happy Thanksgiving to you. We don’t celebrate here in England; but I’ll celebrate with you all in spirit!

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