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Mighty Mississippi

Our thoughts and prayers are with all people, pets, and wildlife being effected by the flooding of the Mississippi River.  Though I have yet to visit it myself, my family makes frequent visits to the banks of the Mighty Mississippi.  It is heartbreaking to see our "stomping ground" underwater.  And the worst is yet to come.

This is my human, Isaac, and Cosmo on the Riverwalk in Vidalia, LA two months ago.

This is what the Riverwalk looked like yesterday.


  1. Praying for all affected by the flood.

  2. We live in North Mississippi so we have had tornadoes and flooding all around us. Some pretty close to home. Saw pictures of Tunica where 9,000 people live and work. All under water. We just keep praying for everyone (and ourselves too)

  3. Hi Y'all,

    My paws are crossed and my Humans have been prayin' and thinkin' about the poor people who are effected by the floodin'.

    Hawk aka BrownDog

  4. Wowserz! That's really awful. My mommy has friends in TN and luckily they have not been affected by flooding.

    Keeping my paws crossed and sending out puppy prayers for everyone in flood zones.

    Happy woofs & weekend hugs,


  5. I'm glad that the Humane Society is finding a place for the displace animals and continue to send our prayers that all will find shelter and safety.....

  6. Wowee. We've got some of those shelter dogs at rescue homes here. Prayers for all.

  7. yikes! That's a lot of water. Sorry this is happening. Hope it clears up soon.

    Puppy Kisses,

  8. Woof! Woof! Golden HELLO! YES lots of rain n water. Be safe. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

  9. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected by the flooding.

    Thor and Jack

  10. that is a lot of water - we have also had a lot of flooding where we are. thanks for calling by - I always love to meet new buddies

  11. It sure is heartbreaking. Let's hope that everyone (2 legged and four) stays safe. :(


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