What's right isn't always easy and as it looks more and more like Manny will be adopted, I'm starting to get upset. It's been a year long journey with this dude and he's taught me a lot about the lengths I'm capable of going to for someone I love. He's taught me to be humble and patient, to believe. He's taught me about the generosity and kindness of people (you all especially, my parents) and most of all, he's taught me that everyone deserves a chance - especially those without a voice because I know that I would want someone to fight as hard for me as we all have for him.
Let's all continue to send positive thoughts and prayers to the Manster <3 and if you've never considered fostering, please contact your local shelter and inquire. Or, adopt! If those aren't options right now: volunteer your time or services. Can't do that? Donate money, resources or your skills. No? Then spread the word. It's the least we can do for those without a voice. Okay, cheesy sad update is over . #themanster
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