Saturday, 12 July 2014

SATURDAY CRITTERS - Meet Hamish from Blessingbourne House

I have written about Blessingbourne House before CLICK HERE for the first of 3 posts, however Coleen and  Nick, the owners kindly invited me to stay for a few nights so I could relax and take photographs.  So over time I will be showing you all the discoveries I made.

However, for today, let me introduce Hamish.  He is  one of their 4 very friendly dogs living at Blessingbourne and is a Long haired Jack Russell.  He is a rescue dog who was found abandoned and left on a wet forest floor wrapped in a blanket.  He is a real character and although is probably the smallest of the dogs, he is definitely the boss.  Coleen informs me he loves his food.



             He is sitting contentedly on Nick’s knee as we have a cup of coffee.






Now I think you will agreed, he does look a real character and I hope you enjoyed seeing him.

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34 comments:

  1. He's a beauty. Who on earth would abandon such a lovely animal? Vile people.

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  2. I am a dog lover, Hamish is a real cutie! The Jack Russell's are wonderful dogs. Beautiful shots of Hamish.. Thanks for linking up with my critter party. Enjoy your weekend!

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  3. Hamish looks like a real sweetie! I enjoyed your presentation!

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  4. Hamish looks like he has personality plus. Great photos, and nice to know he found a good home.

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  5. It is such a wonderful thing to have a dog that you rescued. Somehow they always seem so appreciative. Looks like he is a wonderful friend and so glad he has a good home where he is happy. Love that name too! So sad to think of people just abandoning their dogs.

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  6. Wow; what a cute and handsome dogie Hamish is♡♡♡ And your pictures are SO wonderful making him looks really brave♪
    Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  7. Oh, what a sweet face. So happy he has a forever home.

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  8. Hamish is lovely! I'm glad this little sweet dog found a loving home.

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  9. A handsome long haired Jack Russell . . .
    and for the life of me I cannot imagine abandonment
    of an animal . . . and alone, wrapped in a blanket!

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  10. such a cutie! they are such smart dogs!

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  11. What a cute pup! You got some great shots of him.

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  12. Ahhhh, if he's the boss, he's definately a cute one! I imagine your friends were very pleased with those beautiful portraits.

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  13. Lovely portraits Margaret. Hamish has so such character in his cute face.

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  14. Precious!!!!

    Oh, and Margaret, you posted a comment on my good fences blog about the 'some of it missing'...that is where small craft dock so they can walk the jetty.

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    1. Hi Anni Many thanks for comment and explaining about the mooring of small craft.

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  15. oh margaret, he is just so sweet, you photographed him beautifully!!! a sad story with a very happy ending!!!

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  16. He is beautiful and I am so glad he has a family.
    Peace :)

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  17. I What a lovely face and so sweet eyes :))

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  18. Great looking dog and a face no one could resist!

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  19. Hamish looks a real character Margaret. Lovely images.

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  20. Hamish is a cutie. And rescue animals often are the very best. Our rescue cats rule this household. And I am glad that they are safe, and sad that rescue animals are so prevalent. Sometimes people are vile.

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  21. Hamish is adorable! Beautiful captures of this little character.

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  22. He makes me smile. I think he looks like he could get up to a bit of mischief. Sounds like he found a lovely home from such a rough start in life. How people can do that to an animal is beyond me.

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  23. He looks adorable. I could take him home.

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  24. I went back and read your post about Blessingbourne house. They are angels to these animals. I cannot believe that this cutie pie was left in a wet forest!! They could have at least taken him to a shelter. I hope you show the other three and tell their stories, too.

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  25. He is definitely adorable by your wonderful photos looks like one intriquing fur person with lots of character ~ so glad he has a good home ~ thanks, ^_^

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

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  26. Handsome Hamish .. he's just the ticket.

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  27. he looks well cared for, loved and contented.

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  28. Marvelous photos of your dog and fantastic portraits too.
    Have a nice Sunday, Margaret !
    Best regards, Synnöve

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  29. I´m not a fan of HAVING dogs, but I have to admit I´d probably take this one in. :)

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  30. He's adorable, I would love to meet him!

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