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Karlin
12th June 2006, 07:26 PM
Here's a picture of all three cavaliers. Lily's coat has really improved just by regular brushings. They're waiting for a walk to happen. :lol:

http://static.flickr.com/52/165817124_8a4be0e1dc.jpg

Here she is sitting on her own:

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Jen
12th June 2006, 07:27 PM
Gawd I love Jaspar's worried look, seriously, it just makes me smile!!

Lily's coat does look a lot better, she's such a cute girl :D She looks like she's laughing! :lol:

Karlin
12th June 2006, 07:59 PM
Jaspar always has that earnest look. :lol:

The other big breakthrough with Lily is she seems to have lost just enough weight, or gained enough fitness, that in some sleeping positions she actually doesn't snore at all now. Believe me, this is a BIG deal as she is unbelieveably loud. :yikes Of course just as I typed that, she started again. 8)

Ste
12th June 2006, 10:38 PM
Is it possible that Lily gets prettier and prettier every time a picture is posted :lotsaluv:

Qmom
13th June 2006, 12:10 AM
Karlin,

Your two babies are so contented , although Jasper does appear like he is wondering when the company is going to go home!!

There is certainly at lot of difference in the first picture of Lily posted with her mats and now. She also seems to be contented.

Marsha

joanna
13th June 2006, 04:29 PM
Great pics Karlin. What's going to happen with Lily? It looks like she's very happy with you. Are you tempted to even up the male-female divide in your house? :lol:

Cathy T
13th June 2006, 04:42 PM
Isn't it amazing what a littel TLC can do? Good job. She looks so much better. And quite content!

JaneB
13th June 2006, 05:08 PM
What a difference a bit of love and care can make in a very short time, she looks like a new dog. I'm also wondering if you aren't thinking Lily may already be "rehomed."?????

JaneB

Claire
13th June 2006, 06:13 PM
Yep, Jaspar always looks very thoughtful - they are all lovely Karlin - are you gonna keep her????

Moviedust
13th June 2006, 07:19 PM
LOL I'm as curious as everyone else!! What's Lily's status, Karlin? Fostered or adopted??

molly
13th June 2006, 08:01 PM
The snoring is a big deal! I have 2 snorers...our oldest dog and my DH. Your dogs are so darling. Looks like Lily is fitting right in. She is very sweet.

Karlin
14th June 2006, 09:57 PM
She's still a resident for now, rather than a citizen. :lol:

I gave them all a nice piece of dried tripe a while ago; Lily had clearly never seen such a thing and after sniffing it from end to end several times, she then tried to roll on it. :roll: Needless to say the sentiment was right from a dog perspective; my office really smells now from three of them all eating a piece of the stuff! :yuk:

sramirez
15th June 2006, 04:55 PM
Oh Karlin, she is so cute! I would vote to keep her too :p

Sheri

Nicki
15th June 2006, 08:19 PM
Oh that's lovley Karlin, she looks SO much better and happy - they do look rather good together don't they? LOL

Karlin
15th June 2006, 10:31 PM
:wggle:

Well we shall wait and see. 8)

Moviedust
15th June 2006, 11:20 PM
We're putting so much pressure on Karlin to keep her I'm starting to feel guilty. One of the rules in fostering is to remember what's best for the dog. I know Karlin would be a great person for any dog, but I know she'll do what's best for Lily in the end.

No pressure, Karlin!! It's just good to see Lily doing so well.

Linda
16th June 2006, 04:30 AM
:wggle:

Well we shall wait and see. 8)

How long do we have to wait. ;) ;) ;) ;) ;)

Karlin
16th June 2006, 12:07 PM
At least two months -- I won't make any decisions til she is spayed. I won't consider rehoming her til she is spayed and my vet wants her to lose weight before she goes in for the snips and estimates it will take two months for her to slim down to a reasonable weight.

Linda
16th June 2006, 04:29 PM
At least two months -- I won't make any decisions til she is spayed. I won't consider rehoming her til she is spayed and my vet wants her to lose weight before she goes in for the snips and estimates it will take two months for her to slim down to a reasonable weight.

Oh by that time, she will have wormed her way into your heart, if she
hasn't already done so. :lotsaluv:

You have a good heart Karlin, I don't know how you do it.
:l*v:

Karlin
16th June 2006, 04:48 PM
Well, it's more that while I generally like all cavaliers, I don't want to keep them all! :lol:

She's a lovely little dog but not necessarily one I will be able to keep myself.

Linda
16th June 2006, 04:55 PM
Well, it's more that while I generally like all cavaliers, I don't want to keep them all! :lol:

She's a lovely little dog but not necessarily one I will be able to keep myself.

Uh Huh we have our answer. :yikes :yikes :yikes

I know it must be very difficult to part with them, but I am sure you
have your hands full already.
Just nursing her back to being Healthy is so wonderful of you. :D :D :D

sramirez
16th June 2006, 07:25 PM
Karlin - send her to Nebraska! What's another girl in my house :)

Sheri

Karlin
17th June 2006, 12:53 AM
:lol: The answer is simply, no answer. I'll make a final decision when she is around the time to be spayed. 8)

Maxxs_Mummy
19th June 2006, 11:17 AM
By which time, you may just have fallen in lurrrrrrrrrrrrrrve with her :lol: . I know I do :roll: .

Hubby hates me saying "Let's foster" because he knows I mean Cavaliers, not kids! Kids wouldn't wrench on my heart strings when it was time for them to go back - the fur babies always do!

Saying that, there's one that I have for holidays and weekends sometimes and we ALL breathe a sigh of relief when it's time for her to go!

Honestly, she is so completely undisciplined that as soon as I have her into some kind of routine she's off home to weak destruction again :lol: