This is a blog by Champ, the rescued dog that survived terrible abuse to become an icon of hope to many, and a symbol that there are better tomorrows after the storm. Champ owes his survival to SAFE Rescue, a California no-kill shelter that nursed him back to health. Champ is a 'pawthor' now, having written his own book Champ: My Story of Survival, with his biodographer, Fiona Ingram. Champ hopes to stop animal abuse and help people love animals everywhere.
Monday, December 29, 2014
Champ's Champion Christmas!
special after-Christmas post.
everyone had a wonderful Christmas and that Santa Paws brought you exactly what
you wanted. Here’s me in my Christmas Elf coat, next to the tree, wondering if Santa
Paws got my special letter to him…
Isn't our Christmas tree beautiful?
Paws brought me just what I wanted! A whole bunch of squeaky balls!!!
Yay! Lucky me!
forget that there are so many needy animals out there, animals who didn’t have
a warm cosy bed or a loving family over Christmas. It’s our duty to spread the
word and save as many lonesome or homeless animals as possible. Just a small
donation at any animal shelter or rescue will help so much.
want to help S.A.F.E. Rescue, the wonderful people that saved me from abuse and
illness, please consider buying my book about my journey back to life. Champ:
My Story of Survival is available on Amazon and proceeds go to help S.A.F.E. Rescue
save as many animals as they can.”
Champ is a 7-year-old poodle mix brought back to life from the brink of death
by S.A.F.E. Rescue, a no-kill animal shelter in California. He lives happily
for now with foster parents and their loving family while he gets completely
well. He loves to be loved, and has not let being a celebrity turn his head.
His favorite toy is his squeaky ball; and he loves going for walks and being
cuddled. Collaborating on this book was the biggest step in his life and he
hopes that people will love it to bits and tell the whole world.
supporters will agree with S.A.F.E. Rescue when they say: "Champ has
touched the hearts of so many people and has been an inspiration, if for no
other reason than to bring awareness and attention to the plight of abused and
neglected pets. They too just want to be loved and cared for and can and will
blossom into wonderful companions with unconditional love, despite their