In 2005 a dog named Bingo came into the life of a then 4-year-old boy named Cole Hein. Cole has an undiagnosed disorder which makes him suddenly stop breathing when he is asleep or even when he is awake. Bingo, the Jack Russell terrier was trained to recognize when Cole stops breathing and bark to alert his parents. Bingo has saved the boys life on numerous occasions.
Cole, 11-years-old is now able to fight the disorder on his own. While Bingo, now 14, was diagnosed with Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome. Unfortunately, Bingo does not have long to
the muppets ended their partnership with chik-fil-a over their blatant anti-gay remarks, and chik-fil-a is now lying about it. spread the word, yo.
also, keep supporting the muppets, those guys are amazing.
Guys… the Jim Henson company does not own the Muppets. But spreading the news..
True, The Jim Henson Company isn’t in charge of the Muppets any longer, but still. You go, Henson Company!
The fact that Chick-fil-A is trying to lie is hilarious though. It’s like they don’t realize everyone has access to the Internet and already knows the real reason the Henson Company recalled their toys. Silly, intolerant company.