Look At This Off-Roading Dog of the Day: When Roosevelt was adopted from a rescue shelter, she had limited mobility due to her two deformed front legs. New owner Stephanie didn’t want her to Border Collie’s herding instincts to go unfulfilled, so she jury-rigged a wheelchair that lets Roosevelt run everywhere.
“The only difference between Roosevelt and other dogs is that instead of a collar I snap on his wheels to take him out. … People think he should have been put down because they think he’s suffering,” she said. “But he wakes up happy every day. If you had a child with a disability you’d try to enrich them, give them opportunities. So why not do the same with a dog?”
WHAT A BOSS
LOOK AT THIS BOSS DOG EVERYONE
A British soldier “shakes hands” with a kitten on a snowy bank, Neulette, 1917.
Gowns worn by Maria Feodorovna, Dagmar of Denmark. She was the Tsarina of Russia and mother of Tsar Nichloas II, the last of the Tsars.
Vesta Tilley was considered to be the greatest male impersonater in British Music Hall. Born Matilda Alice Powles (13 May 1864 – 16 September 1952), at the age of 11, she adopted the stage name Vesta Tilley becoming the most famous and well paid music hall male impersonator of her day.
Jean Dessès, 1949
I yearn to master that fine level of embroidery.