Christmas Greetings, One Day Later

On Christmas Day, Sugar had a two-pronged plan.

First, we were to go to Garnett to take dog food and treats to Richard.

Second, we were to go to check on the two stray dogs that Sugar is still feeding on his mail route.

Sugar has a bag full of Milk Bones that he emptied easily, and then refilled several times from the box in the van.

Sugar has a bag full of Milk Bones that he emptied easily, and then refilled several times from the box in the van.

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These are the two semi-feral dogs that live under his house.

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The red one does not have a name. The one on the right was trapped several years ago in Sugar’s big dog trap and taken to the spay/neuter clinic. She had to have a name for her paperwork, so we called her Heidi.

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These two littermates are MoDo’s children. She’s a big white houndy-looking dog that Richard trapped a few years ago. She had been roaming the area, getting into garbage cans and eating roadkill.

Then on to Hardlyville.  We turned the corner in the van, and there they were waiting for us.  They trotted alongside the van, then stopped by a Christmas tree that the local folks had decorated here at this little community area.

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The second dog is to the left and back of the tree, but he blends in with the leaves and is hard to see.

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I turned the van around and headed back out to the main road, and the dogs trotted alongside the van back in the direction of the food.

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The cows are across the road. Sugar says sometimes that the dogs hang out in the field with the cows.

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Merry Christmas, y’all!

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