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4th February 2007, 12:39 PM
OKay, I have just seen an ad in the trading post for 3 cavalier boys free to a good home. They a 3 yrs old. I dont know what to do. I would be willing to take maybe one or 2 on but 3? :yikes And all boys to boot. And they wont seperate them. Dh says I can give them a call tomorrow night cos I cant ring until after 5. Chances are they have already gone. But taking on 3 might put people off. What do you think I should do?
4th February 2007, 12:47 PM
Go for them if your O/H is happy I would if I could ----Aileen and the gang(Jazzie--Barney---Sam)
4th February 2007, 01:56 PM
I would at least give them a call and see what the story is. They may be better off in your house than where they are and if can't handle them, find them a suitable home. What this sounds like to me is irresponsible breeders/puppy mill and perhaps these fellows are failing to produce properly. Keep us posted and good luck! :flwr: :flwr:
4th February 2007, 04:29 PM
I came across an advert like this in England. Turns out they were from puppy farms and werent socialised in any way.
5th February 2007, 07:34 AM
Okay so I just rang them and they are gone. I am kinda sad but I hope they have gone to a loving home.Thats the second time I have tried to rescue and been thwatted by some other caring person. Jeez I wonder if they were desexed. I really hope so. But I am not going to ring back and ask cos whats done is done. I am starting to think that maybe I do really want another Cavy sooner rather than later. Is that wrong of me do you think? Hey I know , maybe someone can ship over a couple of rescues from another country. Nah then it would have to be in quarantine for 6-8 weeks and thats not nice, least its not 6 months like it used to be. Sometimes I really wish I was in another country like America or Canada so I can do my heart work with my dogs. Sorry for rambling I guess I am a more down about it than I thought.
5th February 2007, 08:22 AM
Well you did try .There must be a reason for it not to happen, there is another dog or dogs just waiting for you----Aileen
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