Up until Angel died I wouldn't give Facebook a chance. I wanted nothing to do with it and couldn't care less about it. I had no desire to ever go to that place.
When Angel was just missing, the first thing readers said was that nasty word Facebook. When flyers were out circulating on the infamous FB and people I never knew or ever will know were reading about our dear sweet Angel and hoping for her safe return, there was a lot of power swirling in the hopes of finding her. In desperation my husband signed up for what seemed to be our only hope to save Angel.
And honestly in the end FB and all of you did help find her. Even if it wasn't the results we were all hoping for. When I told Angel's parents about the flyers that were out and about on FB, we got together pictures and made paper ones for around town. The person who accidentally hit Angel on that foggy morning saw them, called and Angel's body was found. The four of us, Angel's parents and my husband and I were able to have a proper burial and have all important closure.
Maybe FB isn't as bad as I once thought.
And now as we venture into a new and foreign land of FB, I am asking for your help again for those of you already there. The 24 Paws of Love has their own page and we are asking you to like us. Since we are just getting started and trying to navigate our way around, our page is a little bare bones, but if you could spare a minute, we will return the favor back.
We don't know how to thank all of you for your help in finding Angel, sad as it was that she was dead, at least her body could be laid to rest so that she could run with all of her friends, here and around the world. Thank you for being a part of that.
Here's our Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/24-Paws-of-Love/464962466888819
Current blog look inspired by, dedicated to, and in memory of Brut. The studded star of the 24 Paws of Love.