New Beginnings!

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As the story goes, after multiple computer problems and two new computers later, Decorandmore is working very hard to to bring you a new and improve site.  I appreciate your patience and mostly I apologize to all my followers for not being able to browse through all your wonderful and interesting posts.  Decorandmore should be up and running in the next few weeks,  There is a lot of work to be done but it will be worth it.  Thank you all and see you soon.

Spring Time Renewel.

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Decorandmore has been very busy updating the website, Here are some examples of items to come.  Spring has arrived and with it an overload of interesting and very unique items that I hope I will be showing you shortly.

Thank you for you patients and I apologize that I have not had time to look and read as many of your wonderful and interesting posts as I usually do.

An Idea to be Adopted…

Looking through my posts on Facebook, I came across one that really caught my attention.  It seems, and if this is true, every country, province, state, city, town, village should adopt this.  It said that in Finland you can not buy a dog from a pet shop until the animal shelters are empty.  That would be wonderful.  I live in Quebec, Canada, we have the worst record for puppy mills in the country.  Here there is not bylaws or any form of protection for dogs.  Sometimes neighbours will complain that the animals are being mistreated and nothing is done until it is drastic, an emergency..  My son has a rescue Huskey/Pit mix, they have had her for 3-4 years and she still gets nervous around people, specially men, and runs around in circles and circles and circles.  She was tied to a tree with a 4 ft chain for over 1 1/2 years…  we should not allow the sale of animals till the shelters are empty.  It is an amasing idea and probably the best solution.