There is good news and bad today.
Firstly we had two lovely adoptions to end what has been a pretty wonderful week in terms of adoptions. It is rare that we have so many dogs leave, especially when you look at the mixture of sizes and time spent at the refuge.
Today was the turn of two littlies, but this week we have seen the adoption of several big dogs, too.
First to leave was little Posca. She is yet another of the dogs from Ste Eulalie, and although not all of them are as sociable as her, several of them are doing well enough to be fine in loving, patient homes. Posca’s new mum has a small courtyard and plenty of love, and we are sure this little girl will be very happy.
The second adoption was that of Lion. He, as you may recall, arrived in mid- June in a terrible state and only started looking like the fabulous dog he is now thanks to Angélique. So what a change it has been for this little dog; losing all that matted fur and then finding a great home.
The not so good news is that Asame, who was adopted on Thursday, has run away from his new home in Department 31 and is still missing. It is too far for most of us here to be any use, but if you are in the Revel area or know anyone who is, please keep and eye out for him.He is of medium size and is very timid but gentle.Naturally he is castrated and microchipped and we would very much like to know that he is safe.
So a bit of a worrying note to the blog, but that aside, WHAT A WEEK!!!
Lion – ADOPTED
And Asame has gone missing from his new owner’s home.