ucim wrote:Sounds like a network of wolpy lovers, kind of like a relay team. Yes? Hope he finds a great home!SBN wrote:He's going to a safe place, so he will. I don't know his story, but Dals are like Newfs in that a lot of people fall in love with the puppies, and can't handle them as adults. I get all my wolpies used, and try to help others when I can, and giving them a ride is an easy way to do that. We had a pleasant morning drive, and he's a bit closer to home.
Exactly that. Today we drove ~80 miles to the pickup point, and then back with him to meet the next driver. He got lucky, and his next ride was heading his way, and I just got word that he's arrived at his destination. We also saw 3 other wolpies making transfers at the pickup point, good day for wolpies looking for families. In all cases, the transfers are organized by rescue organizations, so while not all the wolpies have their forever family at that point, they are assured that it will be found in time. (I'm told meowpies have their own network, but have no direct experience with it.)
Kieryn wrote:Favorite frame?
897. That's the first frame I think when people started noticing the fade. It was a crazy time... people were so excited... and I'd had just posted my lemmings video not 2 pages before. Perfect timing for the transition...
1 Edit: Though I don't think it will be necessarily the beach, though it could be.
Edit 2: Mscha, and others... please be on point for detecting fades... I'm not able to do any computer wizardry at the moment.
The fade and the starry night both brought out new OTTers, so those were good times.