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26th February 2009, 11:48 PM
Sometimes you just wonder WHY or WHY did they get her in the first place.:sl*p:
]25-02-09 Trixie is a 3 year old cav bitch. She has come in from a family as she no longer wanted to interact with them and when they opened the shed door where she lived in in a kennel she did not get up to greet them. The mum told me it's unhygienic to keep a dog inside with kids. Trixie had very very dirty infected ears, bad mats and lice. She is a quiet and confused little dog. She does know how to walk on a lead and we think she is house trained.

27th February 2009, 12:40 AM

27th February 2009, 01:16 AM
Jackasses! What a beautiful girl. Lock them in the *#%* shed :mad:

27th February 2009, 07:36 AM
this is so :mad: :mad: :bang:

If I could I'd take her and she could come and lay on the couch with us and the others.. I'm sure that with some kindness and attention she'll be on the door jumping like the others when someone comes in to greet them..

This is just so sad :(

27th February 2009, 08:54 AM
Words fail me!!!!:bang:

I hope this little girl find a new home soon..what a beautiful face:)

27th February 2009, 09:31 AM
Bless her heart, she knew they didnt love her, thats why she didnt great them, given up all hope bless her. Wish she was closer to me. di

27th February 2009, 12:57 PM
I truly hope someone will give her a loving HOME and FAMILY very soon...look at her eyes...she looks so sad...

27th February 2009, 01:03 PM
I was browsing Many Tears yesterday and saw this little girl. Im not surprised she didn't greet them anymore!! Poor thing, I hope she gets a loving family.
Theres so many cavs in Many Tears atm :(

27th February 2009, 01:05 PM
they do rehome all over the country, i mean they brought Peaches to me (bless them)

murphy's mum
27th February 2009, 01:19 PM
I hope this little darling gets the loving home she deserves after such a terrible start. She needs someone to show her how good life can be with a loving family to call ger own:xfngr:

27th February 2009, 02:45 PM
Oh no thats just so sad to read I am in tears for the poor girl. I just know that she is going to find her forever home with a comfy sofa with humans that love her. She more than deserves it such a beautiful girl that she is how could you not love her to pieces.

27th February 2009, 03:00 PM
I know, I try not to read these as it breaks my heart!!!! I want to take every one home with me. I think of her and I want to cry for her. I am sure that she'll find a wonderful home though. Maybe next year when Ilsa is settled I'll be able to adopt a rescue myself.

Jen and Ilsa

27th February 2009, 07:57 PM
If it's any consolation, Many tears cavs seem to find homes pretty quickly.:xfngr:

27th February 2009, 08:11 PM
I figure especially with the lovely cavaliers, they must have waiting lists.

Jen and Ilsa

27th February 2009, 09:23 PM
It's only my (unfortunately sensible :D) OH that's stopping me phoning up about this little one. He is speechless at the thought of a Cav being kept in the shed! :bang: :mad::mad::mad: Especially as we're currently watching the rugby with one dog each for cuddles.:)

27th February 2009, 09:27 PM
the one comforting thought i have is they take good care of the dogs at many tears and i am sure it won't be long till she has a warm bed and lots of love.

Brian M
27th February 2009, 10:07 PM

How sad ,she is a beautiful little girl I hope she gets the best home in the world and those uncaring selfish bastards all get **** on from a great height (sorry) ,what goes around comes around and the sooner the better for those pricks ( double sorry):mad:

27th February 2009, 10:26 PM
I hope they get locked up in a little room with bars!!!

Jen and Ilsa

the doll
28th February 2009, 01:45 PM
Sickos :mad: wish I could take her.
She's a beautiful little dog and i'm sure it wont be long before she's in a loving happy home and has forgotten all about those horrible meanies.

28th February 2009, 01:48 PM
i still got the foster guys number, when she does get homed i might ask him to pass on the website to whoever gets her so we can keep up todate with her progress

the doll
28th February 2009, 02:13 PM
Great idea, i for one would love to see a doggy smile on her lovely little face:p

28th February 2009, 02:19 PM
oo i just checked her status on their website and so is down as being home vetted!!!!

28th February 2009, 03:38 PM

28th February 2009, 06:28 PM
oh my gosh, I am so glad this little girl is being rescued from that awful life. :(
Her face, those eyes, they just spoke of a world of sadness and confusion in her head. She must have been living in hell...with sore ears, itchy skin, loneliness hour after miserable hour, year after year. I just cried looking at the questions in her eyes.
I hope she is loved forever and treated like a queen. She's just beautiful.

28th February 2009, 06:45 PM
This little girl has kept me awake at nights and I so wished we could have adopted her. I do hope the family that have planned to have her love, cherish and keep her forever.:xfngr:

28th February 2009, 09:11 PM
phew im sooo glad she's going to get a proper home bless her she deserves every comfort life can bring her from now on, i havn't been able to get those eyes or her story out of my head since i read abt her on here. some people are disgusting "human" beings. wanted to ring up to home her but unfortunatly MT turned me down earlier this week on one of the ex-puppy farm dogs as i dont have a garden, i do understand that BUT my street is 5 houses long with woods at one end & the beach 5mins from the other end. im going to keep looking but am getting disheartened, i really want to give a loving home to a rescue, avoid puppy farms etc & have a little pal for Ruby. im so lucky in that i take her to work with me every day where she has all the same beds etc as at home-i just buy 2 of everything!! has anybody any ideas for us as to what to do for the best here?

1st March 2009, 09:19 PM
poor little thing..i wish i could have her!

1st March 2009, 09:37 PM
t unfortunatly MT turned me down earlier this week on one of the ex-puppy farm dogs as i dont have a garden,

So wrong. We don't have a yard and I know many warm, loved and happy city dogs, including mine, who get plenty of excersise and park play! Where the family she was taken from had a garden. Go figure. A loving family and devotion to your dog is all that really matters.

Jen and Ilsa

1st March 2009, 11:09 PM
thank you ilsamom for your lovely reply i needed to hear that as i was starting to think i might be a bad mum with no garden for her! we probably get more socialisation&park play than many dont we, i dont mean any one on here tho cos everyone here like me puts their little monkeys needs 1st..but i do know someone who hasnt taken her dog for a walk since before xmas(!!) & when i offered to take hers with us on our lunch time adventures i was told "she's fine in the garden".
my window cleaner said just send them your credit card statements to show how well you look after rubes lol! so thanks again, i will keep looking cos we've a loving happy home to offer...:xfngr:

1st March 2009, 11:30 PM
i think rescues can be over cautious in some of there guide lines.
i do homechecks for several rescues & can honestly say depending on the dog this would not be an automatic no.

you are aware of the dogs needs & wouldnt apply if you knew you couldnt handle it. love & dedication count for a lot o a rescue dog!

im in a sort of same position, alot dont think im suitable as i have large breed dogs, i understand in some cases this is not ideal. but if i thought for oe minute the dog would not be accepted by my two i would not put them at risk. be stuborn like me, dont give up hope, the right baby is out there for you and you are the right new mummy! keep applying & good luck!


2nd March 2009, 12:03 AM
aw thank you sarahso what a lovely message. i totally agree with you there, i understand they have the dogs best interests at heart but there seems to be no room for a little leeway. with your larger dogs youre the one who knows them best & how well they socialise with others big& small & as you say none of us would ever apply without full consideration. some of the big dogs we meet are the daftest cuddliest ones going! it all depends on how theyve been treated surely.
Good luck with your search for your new baby, the perfect one is out there for all of us just waiting for its mummy to call xx

2nd March 2009, 02:10 AM
You could contact them again. Maybe it was a case of a specific dog not being comfortable on a leash, and not a general policy. At least I hope so, as I'm still watching little Gift.

I often wish Ilsa had a little yard for herself as well, but she has so much more. She is the princess of our neighborhood, welcome everywhere. She gets loads of attention and has so many different dog friends. We are good parents, no matter where we raise our furbabies! They should be focusing on responsible loving families.

Jen and Ilsa

2nd March 2009, 07:45 AM
as I'm still watching little Gift.

Sorry but Gift will not be being rehomed as she is staying with her fosterer.

2nd March 2009, 09:36 AM
the perfect one is out there for all of us just waiting for its mummy to call xx

There's a 4 month old tri currently looking for a home. She's had a lot of interest but still hasn't found a home. I've posted her on here!

2nd March 2009, 09:49 AM
look at that- How nice for Gift. I had a feeling that would happen having read her foster mother's posts. I'm so glad she has a forever family now!

Jen and Ilsa

2nd March 2009, 11:24 AM
aw thats such good news for Gift you couldnthelp but fall in love with her just from her pics how lovely! youre probably right about a garden being on a case by case basis..i hadnt thought of that. i think they do a great job at MT& ive been on there lots this last year cos of rubys background & they do seem to get a lot of cavaliers in. thank you for the link about Rosie too..im just waiting today on a call back about a possible new baby!! ive barely slept for excitement! so ive taken the details for Rosie just in case. i love this site youre all so helpful & supportive, its quite addictive tho its hard to type with a ruby girl wriggling around on your knee!!lol.

2nd March 2009, 11:28 AM
Sorry but Gift will not be being rehomed as she is staying with her fosterer.

I think that would happen with me as well if i fostered