Believe it or not, two more dogs left the refuge today! Are you getting bored with the continuing good news? We aren’t!
First to leave on stage one of her no doubt amazing journey was Molly. She was adopted briefly a month or so ago by a lady who was unable to cope with Molly’s energy levels, so team Brit got into action and thanks to Elinor (proud mum of Malaga, ex of Carcassonne now of Scotland), a home was found in the UK. But how to get her there? Answer: thanks to Veronique, the adopter of Megan, the sharpei cross. Wheels within wheels!
In any case, after being washed yesterday, Moira took Molly to meet Megan in Montpelier! Tomorrow she will leave for the UK and no doubt news will follow. Her new owner is experienced with this breed and she will have a lovely life.
Many thanks to Moira and Veronique and her husband Andrew for their help with the journey. Don’t forget, we have a lift going to UK in mid-January, so if you would like one of our dogs, he or she will need to be vaccinated for rabies soon in order to be ready in time!
Second to leave today was Bubble, a lovely girl who is 50% cavalier King Charles, and 50% sausage, but 100% adorable! She was sterilised today and left with her proud new mum. She, too, is going to be very happy.
Now I know what you are thinking. You think that I am protecting you from the bad news. But to be honest, we are having a very positive time right now. A dog did arrive and was reclaimed (thanks to his micro-chip). And one puppy did arrive (Latte, below), but the other albums that I will add to our Facebook page are dogs who have been at the refuge for a few days but who had not had their photos taken before. The numbers really are going down!
Keep your fingers crossed for tomorrow; it is possible that we will have a week with adoptions every day!