At the end of Jack's life, Vincent re-appears and helps Jack make the transition from the physical to the spiritual world.
So the “Lost” were found but to me, it was never about the people finding redemption–it was always about Vincent, the Yellow Lab. He survived the crash and was there at the beginning of the story and there at the end.
To dog lovers, “Lost” was always about Vincent and all the dogs we get to share our journeys with and how these truly spiritual and loving beings who aren’t here for us but are here with us help us become our best selves, our truest selves. Goodbye Vincent.
By sending in the hair you collect after brushing your dog, you can help clean up the oil spill in the Gulf.
From Care2 Healthy & Green Daily Newsletter posted by Megan from Mother Nature Network:
If you’ve been keeping tabs on the catastrophic (an adjective I feel like I’ve been having to use far too often lately) Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, you’ve probably been wondering how exactly you can help. Well, for those of you with furry, four-legged flatmates, it can be as easy as sweeping the floors and collecting all that errant fur and hair.
So how exactly can hoarding pet fur help with cleaning up one of the worst environmental disasters in recent memory? Enter Matter of Trust, a San Francisco-based nonprofit that’s been accepting donations of non-filthy pet fur and human hair since 1998 to craft oil-absorbing hairmats — described as “flat square dreadlocks” — and hair-stuffed containment booms made from recycled pantyhose. These hairy contraptions are effective at soaking-up oil and they don’t require any new resources … just stuff you’d normally trash (or compost) unless you’re into, umm, stockpiling fur.
I must say, sending along fur to Matter of Trust via Excess Access is an eco-ideal spring cleaning mission for folks with critters around the house. In addition to pet owners, groomers and salon owners can get involved too by sending in bulk shipments of hair/fur. In fact, as of today, 400,000 pounds of hair was en route to the Gulf Coast.
Head on over to Matter of Trust for instructions on how you, and Mr. Bojangles the beagle, can help out.