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January 25, 2017

Louis and Endangered Species Awareness





Hey Everyone!
Wow, our good furiend Louis is the new Blogville Director of Arts and Entertainment and he's off to an amazing start!   Be sure to stop by and see him today.   He has arranged for a special salute to our endangered furiends and you don't want to miss it.  



My crabby girls, Beachnut & Shelldon wanted to join in too!   Here is their entry into the event:

 As you can see, they've welcomed a baby loggerhead turtle into their crabitat!   We all join them in featuring such a special and very endangered shelled friend.  Please cross paws and claws and flippers that the world comes together to protect and save them.




And, for me:
I'm shining a spotlight on the Galapagos penguin which is facing extinction.   They are adorable and deserve our love and protection.   



Thanks so much, Louis, for the wonderful and very important idea.  
Grr and Woof,
Sarge, Police Commish

21 comments:

Mara said...

That baby loggerhead turtle looks really cute. And I love watching penguins, although smelling them is something else (at the zoo).

Mara from Norway

Casey said...

Momma says there's a baby turtle in one scene in Moana that is SUPER adorable. I wonder if that's the same one? The crabby girls are hosting a movie star!

Two French Bulldogs said...

Good ones. We want a penguin for our bath tub but mom said no
Lily & Edward

stellaroselong said...

They are both so cute. stella rose

Julie said...

Great choices there, turtles and penguins both special animals that need protecting
Loves and licky kisses
Princess Leah xxx

Murphy said...

Excellent choices!

Your Pals,

Murphy & Stanley

Sully said...

Mom calls dad a loggerhead sometimes. BOL

Aroo to you,
Sully

Kinley Westie said...

My Aunt Ally LUVS turtles.

Bella Roxy & Macdui said...

Thanks! We knew about the turtle, but not the penguins. We hopes everyone becomes aware and tries to save them.

Christmas said...

You and your crabby sisters are grrrreat ambassadors for endangered animals!

Sweet William The Scot said...

Oh Girls and Sarge two great picks. We love all turtles and we have been known to stop to help ones across the road so they don't become roadkill.
Thanks for being a friend
Sweet William The Scot

Frankie Furter and Ernie said...

OMD OMC you three did a super job of gettin the word out about these species.
Louis D. Armstrong had a BRILLIANT idea with this... Blogville helped get the Word out ... about a BUNCH of Animals and Insects that are in Danger of Extinction.

Dory and the Mama said...

What perfect choices, Sarge!! What a great idea Louis had to showcase all these wonderful animals!!
Smileys!
Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

Ruby said...

Oh Sarge, and Gurls, these are some FABulous species we needs to protect!!! I just knows this will help with awareness and protection!
Thanks guys!!!
Kisses,
Ruby ♥

Charliedownunder said...

Crikey ..... so many endangered critters. We love your choices. Those loggerhead turtles are super cute and those penguins are adorable. When we go to our beach Mum always picks up any plastic she sees lying around. Plastic kills lots of turtles and sea critters. Peeps must ALWAYS dispose of it safely.

Louis the Blogging Dog said...

Sarge, you and the crabby girls did a grrreat job bringing attention to endangered turtles and penguins. What beautifur critters they are1
Your Furend
Louis Dog Armstrong

onespoiledcat said...

Great submission for Endangered Species blog by Louis. We pawticipated too......it was a GREAT idea to talk about these animals that we may not have in our lives much longer unless we try harder to keep them here!

Love, Angel Sammy

Millie and Walter said...

It's been interesting reading about all the endangered species. We hope the awareness helps keep them alive.

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LBJ said...

The two deleted comments were silly me. I kept checking in with Mom's author blog and not her dog blog. I either need glasses or opposable thumbs.

Mom just smiled at this. Years ago, a little kid left a stuffed penguin on one of the airliners Mom was piloting. No one ever claimed him so Mom would take him and place him in the cockpit and he'd go with them everywhere. Mom still has him in her old travel suitcase. Abby Lab