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Sherry in MT

Kewlllllll!!!

Linda

I loved this story!


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Jodi

THAT is super cool!!

threecollie

What a delightful story!

Pamela | Something Wagging This Way Comes

Well, it would never occur to me but I bet Krantz would be thrilled if he knew.

It's a good thing he never found Sasquatch, however. The Smithsonian exhibit might have looked really weird.

Donna

Weird, creepy, and heartwarming - all at the same time.

Where do you find some of this stuff?? :-)

Sam

Kind of sweet, really creepy...

Sam

Human Rescues Dog

What a story! It's a little creepy but I think it's supersweet.

This Sydney Life

I think its lovely...

Becky

That is just a little weird to me. I do love my pets, but, you know.. .

Karen Friesecke

Now there's a creative use of skeletons. Cute, but kind of on the creepy side...

cube

What a horribly dull world it would be without people like Krantz.

yellowdoggranny

that's some weird shit.

Dogs N Pawz

That is awesome!

Saved by dogs

Love it! Thanks for sharing this story :)

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