When a dog arrives at the SPA and is small, friendly and affectionate, we can usually bet on one thing: he or she will be adopted quickly. Such was the case with Bouli, who arrived on Monday, was reserved yesterday and left today!
What a change in fortune for this little pinsher cross. He was brought to the SPA thanks to our cruelty inspectors, who had been told of his plight. Although in this instance it was more neglect than cruelty per se. Just two years old, Bouli was locked up virtually all day; his owners just did not have time for a dog. When the cruelty inspector suggested that Bouli would be better off finding a new home, they sensibly agreed, and thus Bouli was able to avoid the ten days in the pound.
He is a lovely little lad, and although his brief tenure at the SPA means that we did not know him well, it does not stop us being delighted for him. Delighted too that he has two new canine friends and a far better life in store than he had before coming to the SPA.
So only one adoption, but two dogs who arrived today (both idientified) were reclaimed the same day, and a third will leave us soon too. Plus we have a new arrival, whom many of you will adore. Meet Debbie, who is a gorgeous young fauve de Bretagne cross. Isn’t she fabulous?