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Moviedust
30th March 2006, 06:56 PM
http://www.luckystarcavalierrescue.org/page.php?name=Rescues&detail=yes&id=127

Sounds like a wonderful person to do what she has for Chance. I hope someone else just as wonderful can give Chance a permanent home.

jennapea
31st March 2006, 05:48 AM
What a beautiful story. I am praying that a family with a loving home and/or someone that is always home or able to take him everywhere will adopt him. :cry:

sramirez
31st March 2006, 05:24 PM
After reading this story, I'm so sad to think this beautiful boy came from a puppy mill here in my state :( I'm so thankful for the loving foster family that took him in and hope someone has the patience and love to give him a 'forever' home.

I stopped by one of our local pet stores this week - there was another Cav puppy there - alas it was already sold! Try as we might, it's so hard to keep all cute puppies out of these pet stores. I hate to say it, but the pet store was filled to the brim with puppies of all kinds - esp. these "designer pups" that everyone has discovered. I actually saw a Cavachon advertised in our local paper the other day - good thing I didn't call the # and ask 'what the heck are you thinking?' which, of course, is what I really wanted to do icon_angry

Sheri

Karlin
31st March 2006, 08:16 PM
Three legged dogs do really well! Usually you will hardly see any difference at all in what they get up to -- animals just compensate extremely well when they have a disability. I jave a three legged cat who is missing a front leg -- which is the harder limb to lose for a cat as they jump and use the forelegs more for locomotion etc -- but Quincy has no sense of not having that leg -- he has a funny loping gait like a ferret :lol: and he certainly thinks he is a cavalier, not a cat (given a choice, he hangs with the dogs) but he climbs up the cat tree, jumps on to window ledges, and wrestles with the cats and the dogs and is as fast as the other cats. Of course he's an all-indoor cat (as are all of mine) as he could not safely live an outdoor life but there's no diminishment in his life due to this lost limb.

Chance is a special needs dog and will be an extra special dog, too. :) I bet he'll be homed without any problem at all.