The last two days are a bit of a blur – I have worked almost 25 hours, and now that I am back home, have time to snag a bite to eat and get set up for the midnight feed.
The Beans know I am right by them – they have not seen me all day -, yet are settling back down AND, thanks to Wanda Duguay Thompson, and their caring financial donation – guess what time it is?!!
As promised, for every lifesaving monetary or item(s) donation, a puppy spam pic would be posted in gratitude!
Can be done via PayPal or email transfer to OR an item(s) donation:
1) XL Essential pee pads,
2) Esbilac powdered formula 28 oz.,
3) Gain or Downy liquid fabric softener
4) PVD Essential Care canned puppy food)
5) Pinesol – the larger the bottle the better!
6) Lysol wipes
Dropped off in our donation shed at the road or snail mailed to:
2425 Totem Ranch Road West, Oxford Station
We need many, many, many weeks’ worth of the above, and we are reaching a point of desperation for powdered Esibilac, plus pee pads.
I need five more of the 28 oz cans of powdered Esbilac just to hand off to our temp foster as of Monday for two weeks, as I have to be out of the country for ten days. Plans that I cannot change.
We also need four more boxes of the 100-pack of Essentials XL Pee Pads.
Please consider making a donation to help us. Thank you!
This does not even take into consideration the many thousands of dollars it is going to take to vet them to prepare for their special announcements.
These wee Labx beans, found nursing on their mom, that was laying dead under a tractor, two with punctures, are now safe with us. I know that if they could, they would also say THANK you to everyone for this lifesaving assistance. 
This is Mr. Warrior Bean(Mr. Albar)! He is gaining well. No longer the third weakest nor third smallest in the litter.
Miss Fighter Bean(Miss Nola) is at the Vet tomorrow at 1:30 PM. I will be bringing all of the beans so I can feed them before making the trek back home.
I cannot lie, I am worried. Please send her a special well wish.
They are not your typical healthy 2+ week-old puppies and need extra diligent, constant care. Sean did his second day of puppy duty, and thank you! He and Kinsley rewashed the wee beans.
Weights on top from Thursday, August 4th in an emergency when we first saved them & weights from August 8th below. Four days after I got them.
Puppy 1 – 0.38 kgs – deceased as of 8:49 AM Thursday, August 4th – Miss Charm Bean
Puppy 2 (Miss Fighter Bean) – 0.38 kgs as well – Mis Nola
August 8th – 0.62 kgs (1 lb, 6 oz)
Puppy 3 (Miss Explorer Bean) – 0.48 kgs – Miss Bev
August 8th – 0.71 kgs (1 lb, 9 oz)
Puppy 4 (Mr. Warrior Bean) – 0.46 kgs – Mr. Albar
August 8th – 0.79 kgs (1 lb, 12 oz)
Puppy 5 (Miss Diva Princess Bean) – 0.56 kgs – Miss Maybell Cutie
August 8th – 0.99 kgs (2 lbs, 3 oz)
Puppy 6 (Miss Chill Mobile Bean) – 0.64 kgs – Miss Ayla
August 8th – 0.79 kgs (1 lb, 12 oz)
We will shortly set up our popular Name Game Fundraiser to try and raise much-needed funds for vetting – five pups to vaccinate, boosters x 2, exams, 4 spays, 1 neuter, flea/tick/hw meds, bloodwork, further investigating Miss Fighter Beans hind end, etc., not to mention food, formula, pee pads, Pinesol, toys, treats, dog beds, laundry detergent, liquid fabric softener and so on.
Puppies are wee, their needs are enormous!
Good night wishes are being sent out to all of our friends, family & supporters.