Today two dogs from the same family left for new homes. When I say “same family” I am referring to both their own (canine) family and their human family. These two girls were brought in for rehoming with their big brother or maybe father just over two weeks ago. As is often the case, it is the girls who have been adopted first.
Angie is the younger of the two, and she has gone to live with a long term DRC supporter, Sheila, who adopted timid little Maisie from the ScPA about eight years ago. Maisie arrived with about 2 dozen other dogs (no, that is not a typo!) in a mistreatment case, and although she is still timid, she is a far happier dog than she was back then. Losing her pal recently has set her back, so Sheila was keen to find her a new playmate, and lucky Angie was the one who caught her eye.
Second to leave was Chanel. She, like Angie, has been neglected rather than mistreated, so it is just a question of lots of love and cuddles, and we are sure that Chanel will be right as rain too.
Many thanks to both of today’s adopters, and if you like the look of these two dogs, please spare a thought for Gucci. He is a lovely boy and he too would love a new home. He was born in May 2011, and like Chanel and Angie is a fluffy smallish poodle cross with fabulous tousled fur. And like the two girls, he has been living with other dogs and cats, plus he is great with children.
We are hoping for more good news tomorrow; will that include the adoption of Gucci? Let’s hope so!