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Project Racing Home By Chelsea Tolman

"As we chatted with Kimberly, Wendy curled up on her cushion, covered up in her blanket, and Moon sprawled on his own comfy bed and the two fell fast asleep." 14

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ust envision smooth, sleek muscles on a slender body beating a path down an oval track. Picture the streamlined, wind resistant form of a racing Greyhound. This is a scene you won’t soon forget. Bred for their incredible speed and trained to think swiftly, while navigating around a track with seven other hounds is more amazing than I realized. When we walked into the front office of Project Racing Home, we were greeted by Moon (for Blue Moon) and Wendy (yes, for Wendy’s), two of the Director of Project Racing Home, Kimberly Jewell’s own Greyhounds. Wendy kept wrapping her head and neck around my leg soaking up the attention and then Moon would try to get in the middle of the action by pushing through our outstretched, scratching hands. They reminded me of children vying for their parents’ attention. As we chatted with Kimberly, Wendy curled up on her cushion, covered up in her blanket,

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