Tiny Pup Rescued From Puppy Mill Was ‘Introduced’ To A New Friend And Starts His New Life

Ruggles the tiny Shih-Tzu puppy was rescued from a puppy mill and then introduced to a new friend to signal a brand new beginning!😊

Ruggles the tiny Shih-Tzu puppy was rescued from a puppy mill and then introduced to a new friend to signal a brand new beginning. His unlikely pal, Chompers the kitten, was found alone under a porch when she was only two days old. Watch as they meet each other for the first time in the video below.

Despite their rough starts to life, both Ruggles and Chompers are happy and healthy and were adopted into loving forever homes. Ruggles went on to become an official ambassador for the shelter that rescued him, the Cherokee County Animal Shelter. He visits schools to help educate kids on shelter dogs and puppy mills. How sweet!

A note from YouTube on their adoptions: “For those wondering why they were not adopted together… that was the shelter’s original plan, but Chompers (true to her name!) became too rough with little Ruggles, and due to his health problems, it was determined that it was in both of the animals’ best interest to be adopted separately. They are both happy and very much loved!”

Huge News : MTG Is Trying To Finish Fani Willis

After former Trump Campaign officiaI Michael Roman alleged that Fulton County District Attorney acted in an incorrect way when she appointed Nathan Wade to be one of the special prose cutors in the case against Donald Trump and more than a dozen of his 2020 campaign officiaIs and lawyers, Rep. MTG demanded that Georgia Governor Brian Kemp take action against Willis. Gov. Kemp just refused to do so.

As background, MTG demanded action in a letter to Governor Kemp in which she, after summarizing what Willis allegedly did, explained what Georgia Code provisions she might have vioIated, saying, “And now we are learning she has allegedly enriched her secret boyfriend and herself during this process.

If proven true, these actions reflect Fani Willis’ serious lawlessness, including potential vioIation of public oath (Ga. Code Ann., § 16-10-1), bribery (Ga. Code Ann., § 16-10-2), improper influence of a government official (Ga. Code Ann., § 16-10-5), criminal conspiracy (Ga. Code Ann., § 16-4-8), conspiracy to defraud government (Ga. Code Ann., § 16-10-21), racketeering (Ga. Code Ann., §§ 16-14-1 through 12), false statements and concealment (Ga. Code Ann., § 16-10-20), Fulton County’s gift ban (Fulton County Code of Laws § 2-69(a)), and similar Georgia public-corruption cri mes.

Georgia statute states “the district attorney shall take the following oath: ‘I do swear that I will faithfully and impartially and without fear, favor, or affection discharge my duties as district attorney and will take only my lawful compensation. So help me God.’

If Fani Willis took kickbacks—in the form of lavish trips—from her unqualified boyfriend she appointed with government funds, she vioIated her oath and many Georgia criminaI statutes.”

Concluding, she then demanded a crimina investigation into DA Willis, saying, Thus, I request you order the immediate and formal criminaI investigation into the alleged criminaI misconduct by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, along with her special Trump prosecutor and alleged boyfriend Nathan Wade, pursuant to your authority under Georgia statute.

Later, the Georgia congresswoman said that she has high expectations for Governor Kemp and AG Christ Carr to initiate an investigation into Willis. “I really have high expectations of Governor Kemp and our Attorney General Chris Carr,” Greene said. “There should be a crimina investigation.” She also added, “If he [Kemp] ignores this, then he’s showing an extreme political bias.”

Gov. Kemp has refused to do so. A spokesperson for him, explaining why in a statement to Breitbart News, said, The Congresswoman has every right to refer her complaint to the oversight commission once the legislative process concludes this session and the commission begins full operations.

That spokesperson added, “Just last year, the Georgia General Assembly laid out a specific oversight process for district attorneys that is transparent and unbiased, which the governor supported and signed into law.”

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