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The Heart of a Dog Leadeth with Love – Bonnie and Clyde

“The heart benevolent and kind
The most resembles God. “

~ A Winter Night by Robert Burns

In Blundeston,, Norfolk, England, a  couple of stray dogs were found wandering around the countryside.  They were abandoned three weeks ago in a storm.    A kind person stopped their car and they both jumped in.

Given the names Bonnie and Clyde, the two border collies had an incredible bond.   You see five-year old Clyde is blind.   Bonnie, his two-year-old companion became the eyes for her best friend.  Just following her heart she would brush against him to guide him to safety.  Bonnie protected her little friend and comforted him when he was lost.

They never leave each other’s side according to Cherie Cootes,  from the Meadow Green Dog Rescue centre in Loddon, Norfolk.   Clyde will not move without her.  Cherie is in the process of finding a home for these two little dogs.

The story may surprise some people, yet I have witnessed the beautiful compassion between animals.  I, too, had two dogs and one of them had glaucoma and went blind.  I saw how the other one would always stay close and brush against her side so that she would not bump into a tree or furniture.   No one trained him.  He just acted from a place within his heart.  Animals are far more intelligent and compassionate than most people believe.  And when they love, they love with all their heart.

King Arthur doth honour Lady Bonnie as a small White Knight, who protects her best friend with her heart.  We thanketh that kind person, who cared enough to stop and rescue these two amazing little souls.  And we thanketh Cherie and the Meadow Green Dog Rescue for helping to prevent the suffering of animals.

To read this incredible story of love, see their pictures visit

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Lady Sharon
Scribe of Camelot

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