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2nd August 2005, 10:41 PM
Look at this guy, isn't he cute? He has spent his mandatory 5 days in the pound and hasn't been reclaimed. He has a home booked but they didn't collect him today. If he can be released I will go get him out tomorrow morning and then post some notices in the area where he was found -- can't believe people aren't looking for him. Otherwise I am already being pestered by people who have possible homes in Ireland.


Of course I could always keep him myself!! :lol:

2nd August 2005, 10:58 PM
Of course I could always keep him myself!! :lol:

Funny how that's the first thought that entered my mind...... :lol:

2nd August 2005, 11:02 PM
Seriously, if he was your dog and was missing, wouldn't you be totally frantic and beside yourself????

Maxx once escaped from the garden and was gone for more than ten minutes (we just couldn't find him anywhere). I was convinced someone had stolen him or he'd been killed or something. He'd really just gone out of our gate, down the road and around the corner and was sharing the builder's sausage sandwiches :roll: They all knew where he lived of course and one of them was just about to bring him back when I found him. By this time I was totally insane and tear streaked :cry: He wagged his tail madly as if to say 'Look Mum, look what I'm having' :lol:

How could I tell him off?????? No! Hubby got the telling off for not closing the gate properly :lol:

25th August 2005, 04:31 PM

Just offering but if you need any assistance in the Wicklow area with rescues etc I am more than willing - would hate to think of any Cavs out there on there own.

Sam is just on his way home from being neutered so on my way to him now as he is very down in the dumps but I know its for the best.



25th August 2005, 05:34 PM
Thanks Hilary -- they don't come up too often but when they do they usually need a short to medium foster time, or maybe to be collected from someplace in the country and taken somewhere else. There's a network of people who can do partial drives and so on but people are always needed! Even small bits of help are really valuable.

26th August 2005, 02:38 PM

Count me in on the driving and fostering etc - my email is hilary@techstaff.ie perhaps you can email me and I can send you on my contact details etc.

Hilary & Sam in Wicklow

fuzzie bear
26th August 2005, 03:01 PM
Oh hes a beaut !

I just don't think some people know where to start looking, where there local pounds are etc..

26th August 2005, 03:56 PM
That's great, Hilary; I'll drop you a note.

FB, that's definitely true -- can you imagine not wanting that fellow back? he got rehomed from the pound -- I should have just booked him the first day he was in.

Camilla Berntsson
26th August 2005, 07:15 PM
He was just gorgeous!! I can´t believ nobody is missing him!


27th August 2005, 11:06 AM
He'd look wonderful with all your other Ruby babies, Camilla :D Anyone would think you loved Cavaliers with the armful you've got in your picture :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

3rd September 2005, 04:22 PM
Hi I am new to this . I love all breeds of dogs but i have to say cavaliers are my favourite. I have seen some of the pictures on the site and they are beautiful. I would love to help in the fostering of some of these cuties. If i can help i would love to give a hand. I am from sligo . I have no dogs at present but would love to help out if i can. I have just given up my job as a vets assistant that is why i have no dogs i just hadnt the time to give to a dog when i was working .

7th September 2005, 05:27 PM
Hi Stacey, welcome to the site. Help with fostering is always appreciated! I'll send you along some info.