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Date:
March 02, 2008
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Kim this is fantastic we love it. Roger & Laurie Watt


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Date:
March 12, 2008
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10:11 AM

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Beautiful job, Kim. You should be proud. Laura Phipps


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Date:
March 12, 2008
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10:17 AM

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Good day, Kim I read your post in the ClumberSpaniel list and had to take a look. Great work on the site and even better work with the Clumbers that you've rescued. Your writeups on individual Clumbers is wonderful and tells not only of the dog, but of your commitment to their rescue. Keep up the good. I've done rescue and fostering with Springers and know the work that it takes and the attachments that happen along the way. Dave Brown Green Bay, WI


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Date:
March 12, 2008
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02:44 PM

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I have to say I am so very impressed and thrilled to see you can do what you do. God bless you and yours - there are few like you in this world and the white angels you speak of I know are so very blessed to have crossed paths with you. Keep up the good work........ Jennie Cannady Moncks Corner, SC MOM to Jezebel the Clumber


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Date:
March 12, 2008
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05:49 PM

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Hi Kim, Lyn Durrington - Australia brought my attention to this wonderful new Web Site. It is great to read about the new life these poor babies have now that they have been rescued from terrible conditions. Raelene - Brisbane Australia


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Date:
March 12, 2008
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07:02 PM

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Thanks so much Kim for letting us all in to visit your new site..It's wonderful. You & your family have done so much for the Clumbers who are in need. You are all truly Angels. Hugs to you all.. canine, feline & human June Warren Braden Clumbers Thunder Bay, Ontario


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Date:
March 13, 2008
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10:04 AM

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It is great to see the happy endings and it gives people the opportunity to help these sweet dogs. Lynn


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Date:
March 15, 2008
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08:59 AM

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GREAT website!! Kris and Kim, y'all did a FABULOUS job!! I love it! Y'all are both incredible!


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Date:
March 15, 2008
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09:53 AM

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Yes, thank you Kris for having the desire to do a website for Clumbers in Need and also for making it all come together so nicely. You created a masterpiece.... Kim


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Date:
March 15, 2008
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02:41 PM

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Hi, it is an fantastic site and i like it.there is only one negative aspect of this "need" and it is that i am living in germany and not in the usa because i want to help and it is to far away for me to adopt one of this lovely dogs.at the moment i live with the beautiful clumber girl "zita" and the golden "darwin". gŁnter


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Date:
March 16, 2008
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10:15 AM

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Great web site Kim Marilyn Garrett Lucky Star Cavalier Rescue


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Date:
July 29, 2008
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09:30 PM

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hi Kim i loved reading all the great stories about the special Clumbers, it's so great to hear that there are such caring people out there like you to make a difference in these dogs lives, keep up the good work, Jan


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Date:
August 01, 2008
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04:11 PM

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I am still crying, but happy to know that there are people like you in this world that can make a difference... Beautiful stories, so good to see the dogs in good care now. Thank you for loving these Clumbers the way you do. Patricia Ribeiro


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Date:
August 01, 2008
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06:06 PM

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God bless you is all I can say. -Laura MacKinnon


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Date:
August 06, 2008
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11:18 AM

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Happy Birthday Kim! Lots and Lots of Love! May your wonderful spirit soar with happiness on your extra special day. Kris, Jasper, Audi, and Tilly


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Date:
August 11, 2008
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01:44 PM

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OMG............... Kim the sight is wonderful, I still have tears!! the pictures & stories are great! I dont know anything in toe worlad about Clumbers but if ya ever need help with anything dont hesitate to call Me or Daryl!! Keep up the GOOD work you are a SHING STAR for all Clumbers!! Paula Fox


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Date:
August 12, 2008
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12:43 PM

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Kimby, Well I guess you've finally gone to the dogs as they say. Sounds like you're involved with a worthy cause. I'm kinda proud of you. It was good to hear from you. Hope all is well in your world. Love Butcher


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Date:
August 30, 2008
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11:51 PM

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HI Kim! Just saw your post on the Clumber list (I'm behind as usual reading all the posts)about Emmie & Grover. I LOVE your website! Thank you so much, you & your hubby, for all the wonderful work you all do for this fabulous breed! McLendon Land is terrific! I'm sure all the dogs are SO HAPPY to be 'home' too! My rescue boy, Joker, turned 11yr back in March & is doing wonderful & has fit it well with my 3 other Clumbers & 1 Basset Hound...rescue is THE WAY to go for me from now on.... Again Kim, Thanks to all the McLendon family for all that you do... Sherry & all the gang in Ventura


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Date:
October 26, 2008
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05:33 AM

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What kind of loser would spam this amazing organization?????????? Hugs and kisses to all Kim's "babies". Sally U-M


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Date:
October 27, 2008
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09:12 PM

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Kim, What a wonderful person you are!! Anyone that happens by this page will be able to tell that you give it all for these dogs!! We all love you and everything that you do. . . Krissy, Reva, and William who is down the street!


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Date:
November 08, 2008
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12:55 PM

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What a great page you have..The write ups you do are so wonderful... You are doing a fantastic job. We have a clumber female and she is just a love. We are looking to get another and are looking for a male. Guess we need to have 4 bigger dust bunnies than the already have.. Pam & Jim Blanton Northern Calif.


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Date:
November 23, 2008
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04:09 PM

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Hello Kim, Its Chris,Dereks girlfriend.Just wanted to drop you a note to say hello.I hope we can meet in the very near future hopefully soon before all the holidays.Im glad Derek has Edward to work with.All the pictures on your website are beautiful.I really am looking foward to meeting you both soon! Have a nice evening


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Date:
December 21, 2008
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02:04 PM

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God Bless, keep up the good work. The road can be rough but the rewards are endless. Hugs, Sharon Gilbert


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Date:
January 05, 2009
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09:28 AM

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Hi Kim, Just a quick note telling you that Buddie the Dutch CS rescue ones more is rescued! The vet advised immediate out of home placement or to be put to sleep. After 3 rounds of appointments with the vet to put Buddie to sleep (after attacking my husband by jumping up and going for his throat) a small sanctuary called me and they told me they had discussed it among the workers and they were willing to take him in if I signed ownership over to them, bring his basket and additional toys, diet food etc. If they were not able to replace him within 7 months or so Buddie was to be the dog for the owner and allowed to play with the group but going home with the owner. The day before Christmas I received a phonecall from the sanctuary that a family allready having had CS and still had 3 CS in the home were taking Buddie to their home in Germany! They know what his history was for I wrote a 6 page letter stating all that has happened and that we loved him so much and that we were sad to let him go. So thank you for your support during these horrible months and please say thank you to the CSrescue group on Yahoo! Caatje aka Carin


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Date:
January 05, 2009
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10:37 AM

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Kim - you have a wonderful website, but more importantly you are such an inspiration to people that rescue. There is definitely a place for you in heaven and I hope someday I can ride on your wings! Lisa Joens


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Date:
January 10, 2009
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04:40 PM

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Hi Kim, I've found this site and read the stories of that wonderful clumbers who found a new and better life thanks to you. Our own Clumber Zita lives with us here in Germany for 8 years now and every day is full of the love a clumber can give. She came from a Belgian breeder who loved his dogs very, very much and our little princess had never to endure the horrors I read in the stories of your rescued dogs. It breaks my heart to read about it. A Clumber is a very special dog with great dignity, so much love and highly intelligent. You're doing a great job and I hope you can rescue many more of those angels. It makes me sad that there is a whole ocean between us and we will never have the chance to help you with more than this words of gratefullness and admiration for you and your family. g Petra and GŁnter Schulz from Germany.


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Date:
February 02, 2009
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To Kim and C.I.N...Oh my goodness, what do you say about such an incredible web site? Your writing is eloquent and touching and I have cried many tears reading your stories about your beloved rescues. My Oliver is a rescued cocker with clumber in his not too distant lineage. Many have asked me if he is "part clumber" or a "clumber puppy". God bless you and your family for the tremendous work that you do! P.S. Your stories would make a wonderful book...perhaps in your spare time... Pat and "Oliver" Royer, Atlanta, GA