Hudson - Litchfield News 6 - November 12, 2010
The Adventurous Teacup is Home
submitted by the Poston/Goodwin Family
On October 21, we went to the Humane Society to look at dogs. A sweet little lap dog was who we were looking for. It didn’t take but a few minutes for Teacup, a shy little stray from down south, to come to the door of her cage. With the paperwork done, we were on our way home to Hudson. Before we could get into the house, Teacup got scared and took off running. Being so shy and timid, she would come to no one. An all out search was on and two long, emotional weeks of searching and setting and traps would come and go. The Hudson community pulled together to help find the missing Teacup. The Humane Society of Nashua coordinated a search team.
Dozens of neighbors searched on foot. The owner of the Dairy Queen placed a missing dog sign on the electronic advertising sign. Hudson cable news displayed a PowerPoint page on their cable station channel 20. A classified ad was placed in the Hudson~Litchfield News. Families on Ridge Avenue kept a watchful eye out in their backyards because Teacup was spotted there many times. And you could hear the buzz about Teacup at the local Cumberland Farms. Everyone was rooting for Teacup’s safe return! Teacup traveled to the Nashua Humane Society from Tennessee as a stray and has never known what it is like to be loved. Furthermore, she had never felt cold New England nights. However, for two weeks, this nine- pound Chihuahua mix did survive the
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cold nights and on Friday, November 5, a friend on Ferry Avenue who spotted her in his shed finally caught Teacup! Teacup spent the weekend at the
veterinarian, where she recovered from her adventure. She had a lot of ticks, a small abrasion from her harness (which was hanging on by a thread), and she was very odorous from living in the swamp area behind the Dairy Queen ... but other than that, she was fine! She is now home where she belongs, snuggling in her Muriel Goodwin’s arms. With the loving and caring support
of family, friends, neighbors, Hudson Animal Control, and the Humane Society, hope was kept alive during this search. Special thanks to Denise, Janet, Jean, Diane, Sharon, and Loren for helping in every way. And to Rene for being in that woodshed at the right time! Teacup of Hope is home!
Teacup with her owner, Muriel Goodwin Campbell State Champs
Meet the principal, take a tour, and see what we're all about!
December 1, 2010 9:30am - 11:00am
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snow date: Thursday, December 2nd - same time Celebrating 100 Years of Catholic Education
Infant Jesus School is a Pre - K through 6th grade elementary school which offers a rich and broad educational program with a wide range of extracurricular opportunities.
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Te Campbell Cougars won the State Championship against the
Bow Falcons in overtime on Friday at SNHU. Pictured at top, clockwise: the winning goal; the Cougars celebrating their win; Midfield Casey Mellon fight- ing for the ball; Captain Shawna Trunca struggling off a corner kick; and illegal grabbing from Bow.
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