Background: (from Stanley's Facebook page. Yes, Stanely has a Facebook fan page.)
Stanley touched the hearts of thousands when a video of his rescue (Camp Cocker) from a shelter in L.A. hit the internet on Christmas 2009. http://www.respect-a-bull.webs.com/Here is a piece on him from Respect-A-Bull that gives the whole story.
Well, here's our boy today! His person has some pictures up on Facebook. When Stanley was rescued from the shelter, he had mange, a double eye infection (which had to be operated on), he had only 24 hours to live, and he was really down in the dumps. He had basically given up, which is why the person who rescued him ended up taking him in. That person, who adopted him out, was there to take in another dog (a cocker spaniel) and she just wanted to do one more thing to help another dog. The result was that Stanley's life was saved. May God always bless Cathy Stanley of Camp Cocker.
One of the many t-shirts I wear when I walk the dogs at my local shelter is one that has Stanley's picture on it.