I have written previously about the Mutts With Manners Program, sponsored by our local Humane Society, which places homeless dogs with prisoners at our local medium security prison. Cheri, a dog trainer - and dog whisperer - works with the prisoners teaching them how to train dogs, but the prisoners do all the hard work socializing and training the dogs, who are then able to find forever homes making lots of families in our community very happy.
My husband and I adopted one of the Mutts, Luka, after our own wonderful 16 year old rescue dog, Jesse, died in November of 2011. Cheri adopted Luka's classmate, Levi, and shortly thereafter, one of the other MWM volunteers, my friend, John, adopted a third memeber of the "L" class, Lulu.
Since I had already given Cheri a bed for Levi, of course, I wanted to give John one for Lulu, as well.
I wasn't able to get a picture of Lulu on the bed, but here is one of John holding her. You can tell the two of them belong together, can't you? Though, I hear that Lulu is quite fond of John's wife, Cindy as well.