Saturday, April 24, 2010

My favorite new TV commercial....

Whoever wrote the dialogue for this latest Pedigree commercial has such a way with words... Every time it comes on the TV I just stop what I am doing and get lost in the narration and those eyes.... (I actually love all of Pedigree's commercials!)

A little tribute to the shelter dogs who have enriched our lives....

Ms. Gizmo, adopted at age 8 ... the sweetest troll dog who ever lived. We love and miss you so much, our Gizzy girl.

Mr. O'Malley, adopted at age 7 ... an old soul with the most loving heart. We miss everything about you, our sweet boy.

Sooshi (aka Suchi), adopted at age 2 ... our little man dog who had the sweetest disposition, and who we miss every single day

Casper, adopted at age 2 ... a gentle giant who lived through terrible abuse and neglect before ending up in the shelter, and who taught us so much about trust, forgiveness, and unconditional love. You will always live in our hearts.

Click here to see this touching commercial:

Pedigree Shelter Dog Commercial

If you happen to be searching for a special friend who can tell you many tales with their soulful eyes, please check out the shelter links on my sidebar :)



Bonnie said...

I love Pedigree commercials,even though they usually make me cry. As did your beautiful tribute. We just lost our 14 yr. old doxie 2 months ago and my heart is broken.

Southern Lady said...

We have recently adopted two shelter kitties. We already love them so much. I think adopting is the way to go. Carla

Tins and Treasures said...

Oh, dear...
I can hardly watch these commercials with a dry eye...

Thank you for sharing.
Take care ~Natalie

Claudia said...

Those commercials make me cry - they are wonderful, don't get me wrong, but sometimes I just can't handle them because I want to take every shelter pet home.

I love your tribute to your dear ones.


Elaine said...

Those commercials have such impact! I love them but of course they make me cry. When I think of all the animals that have been neglected and abused and those that are in shelters it breaks my heart.

My two kitties were rescues, Molly was adopted from a shelter called Kitty Angels and I rescued Oscar myself. I can't imagine life without them.

Your dogs are all so adorable. I am sure each one enriched your life.