Wednesday, March 10, 2010

A Correction!

Sometimes I wonder about the Companion. But the book will be: "Antigone Goes West: The Autobiography of Antigone Puppleupagus".

Yes autobiography. The companion is just the typist.

I'm glad this is cleared up.


  1. Antigone and Companion, No matter what the title of the book, it's a story that must be told, and people will respond. I can hardly wait. Please keep us informed as you progress in your writing. God bless you.

  2. This is so exciting!! I saw an article in our local newspaper about your trip and went to your blog. I also rescued a basset named Daisy; who I call "my little orphan". She was found trotting along a busy highway and taken to a shelter where she too, had to be treated for heart worms. For my birthday I am going to ask that donations be made to Bluegrass Basset Rescue, where I got her. Good luck with your story!!

  3. Antigone, we are two dogs (Jasmine & Tucker) that also get to ride bikes with our person. She has a trailer we ride in too sometimes, but mostly we like to run and pull her. It's a lot of fun! Our person hopes to cross the country someday with us, well one of us anyway cause we weigh 55 lbs and 80 lbs so she can't take both of us. Our person read your journey to us. She was very excited that your trip was so successful and fun and we were happy to hear about another dog getting to enjoy being outside all day like we like to do. We also have 2 more brothers (Bear & Jack) and all 4 of us are rescue dogs with varying backgrounds. Life can be scary, even when you have someone to love you but it's even more scary and painful when you don't...we understand. Bear and Jack haven't been able to let go of their pasts as well as you or we have. It's sad that the treatment that some dogs get affects them for the rest of their lives and it makes them scared, or mean and then people don't want to be around them so it only makes it worse. I wish every person would love us...we deserve it since we give so much love back, even when our people don't deserve it. You've done a great things, bringing awareness to the suffering of dogs all over and it looks like your efforts aren't over yet!