I'm a big believer in customer reviews - lot's of them. Why? Everyone experiences things differently. And, if customers are not getting some kind of kickback for their reviews, they usually tell the truth....
This is a tale of a drowning bear and what it took to save it. A Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) biologist Adam Warwick was actually found rescuing a black bear off the Panhandle.
Clara Barton's experiences during the Civil War taught us the necessity for providing housing and nursing care and emotional support during national disasters. Chella Phillips did something similar in sheltering 97 canines during the horrendous onslaught of Hurricane Dorian that hit the Bahamas on September 1.
When humans lose their parents, they can grieve for weeks on end. Even when the grieving subsides, the loss creates an emptiness in many of us. It's a hole that can't be filled easily, and sometimes it never is. But what about wildlife?
This tale is about how one dog who decided to abandon the security of his hearth and home, to seek adventure. Perhaps his backyard was becoming to hum-drum. Perhaps he lacked companionship. Perhaps, he just craved the wide open space of what nature could afford him.