By Good News Network Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Cole Hein, 11, has created a bucket list for his 14-year-old service dog.
He's already checked off a few things -- getting a portrait taken with the Jack Russell terrier, for instance. Now, he is asking people from around the world to join him in thanking the dog that saved his life.
Bingo is in the final stages of life and the child wants to pay him back for his life of service by feeding him eat treats from around the world.
Cole and his mom Mandi have set up a Facebook page where people are responding to the loving boy's plea by sending dog treats for his hearing/medical service/therapy dog.
See the Facebook page by searching "Bingo Hein".
(READ the full story in the Winnipeg Free Press)
|Civics and World|
I think there needs to be a change of consciousness with the news ... to try to seek a higher ground. Why can't it be more representative of the way the world really is? I think we don't know what the bombardment of crime and violence does to our minds, I think we're in denial about it.