Friday, November 27, 2009

Story of Faith - An Amazing Dog !!!

The Dog was born on the Eve of Christmas 2002. The dog was born with 3 legs, 2 hind legs healthy and one abnormal front leg which has to be amputated. He ofcourse could not walk when he was born. Even his mother did not wanted him. His first owner also did not think that he could survive, so wanted to put the dog in to the sleep.

But then his present owner CAITY STRINGFELLOW saw his and wanted to take care of him. She decided to teach her little dog to walk on his own. She named the dog FAITH.

In the beginning she put FAITH on a surfboard to make him feel the movement. Later she used peanut butter as a lure and reward for him for standing up and jumping around.  Amazingly only after 6 months, FAITH learned to balance on his hind legs and to jump to move forward.

After further training in the snow, now he is walking like a human being.

FAITH loves to walk around now. No matter where he goes, he attracts people.  He is fast becoming very popular on International arena and has seen in many newspapers and TV Shows now.

A book named "With a little Faith" is being published on him now. He was even considered to appear in one of the harry potter movies.

His present owner now want to give up her job and wants to take FAITH around the world to teach that, even without a perfect body, one can have a perfect SOUL.

This story simply says that, without giving excuses, if we attempt and work hard, any thing is possible. We must thank FAITH for teaching all of such a wounderful message being disabled.

Thanks FAITH. You are so wounderful. God Bless You.



Kaja said...

Wow, that is amazing. Do you mind if I share this on my blog?

Shaheen said...

What an amazing story! thank you so much for sharing :)

Rebecca said...

Truly amazing post, and blog! I have given you the Best Blog Award! You can come over to catlovers to pick it up.

nothingprofound said...

I've read about this magnificent creature before. Isn't life and the spirit to live beautiful? I've also seen this courage and resilience in many people with serious handicaps.