The Statler Brothers Show Held a Prominent Position on The Nashville Network

The Statler Brothers Show held a significant pIace on The Nashville Network, a country-music-oriented cable network eventually folded into Paramount in 2018.

Airing every Saturday night, the show featured the immensely talented Statler Brothers. Although not biologicaI brothers, this group initially gained recognition by backing Johnny Cash from 1964 to 1972.
After years of dedication, the four men—Harold Reid, Don Reid, Phil Balsley, and Lew DeWitt—successfully ascended to fame with hits like “The Class Of ’57” and Flowers on the Wall.
With a remarkable catalog of over 40 aIbums, they garnered numerous accolades, including three Grammys, three Academy of Country Music awards, and an impressive nine VocaI Group of the Year awards from the Country Music Association, all within a span of 12 years.

They hold memberships in both the Country Music and Gospel Halls of Fame.

Rescuers Noticed Cries Coming From A Cardboard Box And Couldn’t Believe What They Found In It

Rescuers Noticed Cries Coming From A Cardboard Box And Couldn’t Believe What They Found In It

Our pups are our precious family members and we can’t imagine our life without them. They are our true friends and the time we spend with them is the best part of our day.

They deserve all the love in this world and we do our best to make them happy.

Sadly, there are some heartless dog owners who don’t feel the same way about their canines. They cruelly abandon them and leave them on the streets.

Indigo was one of the puppies who was rejected by her owners. She was just a few days old when was separated from the loving arms of her mom.

Her cruel owners placed her in a cardboard box and dumped her on the streets at night. The adorable fur baby kept crying, wishing to be with her mom. She was frightened and she missed her mom’s sweet cuddles.

Saving A Precious Life

adorable black puppy

The next morning, a Good Samaritan found the little fur baby. When she heard her crying, the woman felt brokenhearted. The newborn puppy needed her mom more than ever.

The woman contacted the local shelter, and the rescuers came to save the puppy. She was placed in a foster home.  

The baby felt exhausted and weak after spending the whole night on her own. Her foster mom took great care of the pooch and she bottle-fed her.

Soon, she noticed that something was wrong with the pup’s eyes. The baby seemed to have cataracts.

Her foster mom was saddened after she realized that eye disease was the reason why her owners separated her from her mom.

It was extremely difficult to console the little puppy. All she wanted was to be with her mom.

cute black newborn puppy

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The fur baby’s caregiver became worried when she saw that the puppy had diarrhea. She consulted with the doctor and they prescribed her the medicine she needed. After taking the medicine, the puppy felt better and she fell asleep.

The pup’s foster mom had her own dog, Stefani, and he watched over the puppy, too. He sat next to the newborn, making sure the cats wouldn’t wake her up. Seeing her dog look after the little baby warmed the woman’s heart.

mother dog and its black puppy

She wrapped the baby in a blanket and kept her warm. She breathed a sigh of relief after she noticed that the puppy’s diarrhea had stopped.

While the pup’s foster mom tenderly stroked the delightful pup, she felt at peace.

Stefani continued keeping an eye on the little baby, especially while the pup was sleeping. He wanted to make sure she wouldn’t fall down.

The Puppy Continues Thriving

black puppy in box

The woman named the baby Indigo, and she gave her toys to play with. The delightful canine enjoyed playing with her toys and rolling in her bed.

As time passed, Indigo continued thriving and growing. When she was twenty days old, she was able to eat on her own.

Indigo’s foster mom was concerned because the puppy couldn’t see clearly. She wasn’t sure if Indigo’s eyes would heal.

She took the pooch to see a specialist who told her that surgery wouldn’t help Indigo. The puppy was prescribed medicine.

woman playing with puppy

Indigo’s foster mom brought Indigo home, and made sure she took her medicine on time. She continued taking excellent care of the pup and doting on her.

When she noticed that Indigo was able to see more clearly, Indigo’s foster mom realized that the medicine had worked. She was over the moon.

Indigo felt safe and happy, soaking up all the love her foster mom gave her. She blossomed into a beautiful dog.

We are grateful to the Good Samaritan who found her and to her foster mom for showering her with the love and care that she deserved.

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