Hi! My name is Ms. Miley. I am available for adoption through Animal Humane | New Mexico. My previous owner didn't tell much about me. He had too many dogs, so he brought me here to find a good home. I would prefer a home where I am the only dog. I like to have all the attention to myself. I seem to do well with respectful, quiet children. I'm a mellow girl who will be content to hang out with you and not require a lot of exercise time, and I just love to be brushed! I am working on…See More
Animal Humane's Doggie Dash & Dawdle is our largest fundraising event that helps us continue to care for the pet residents on our campus. Register online or at the event to participate in dash or dawdle events. Then stay for the Dash Bash, a carnival for dogs! Don't have a dog? Rent one from us for the day or adopt a forever friend during the event. Microchipping available too.
Free Women’s Car Care Clinic on Saturday, October 24, 2009, 11 am -3 p.m. at 135 Wyoming NE. Learn the ins/outs of your vehicle free, before someone sells you a muffler bearing or blinker fluid. Onsite childcare for participants with children, as well as snacks and beverages will be provided. Call us at 505-256-3333 or visit www.mmauto.net
Cirque Dreams—Illumination is set in a bustling city with a landscape of towering buildings. City dwellers balance objects beyond belief, linemen delicately walk wires, daredevils leap tall buildings and flyers redefine the risks of flight. Enhanced with over 100 inventive costumes, the show offers excitement for all ages. The Los Angeles Times described Cirque Dreams as a "jaw dropping, family-friendly spectacle."
Flame has been looking pretty good. Do you want to get back into riding? The two of you could make a comeback together. If you want to, give me a call so we can plan a lesson schedule. I think I still owe you a couple from back when she got sick. Let me know what you think....
Just read your blog titled "Ugh".... Don't know what to say about that. But I want to say good for you for your volunteerism, especially with animals. I am teaching my sons about the value and rewards, not just for others, but for the volunteer. The only way to change the world for the better is one small act at at a time. Again, good for you for getting in the game. And try not to worry so much about your mom's as**ole bf... sometimes these things have a way of working themselves out. Kudos, and good luck.