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    Default Female Cavalier at Many Tears Rescue

    Hi All
    Check out Many Tears website they have a blenheim girl, 4 years old ex-breeder.

    Also please check out the raffle tickets.....

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    Isn't she a sweetheart? I've been 'watching' her on Many Tears site.

    I wish we didn't live so far away.

    We are so desperate for a rescue Cavvie to keep Cailean company after his daddy died last month.

    We notice a few Cavaliers coming up from Many Tears - we may well end up making a long trek down there if we can't find a rescue friend more locally.

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    Many Tears will only home to the UK I believe; for anyone interested in these dogs.
    Karlin
    Cavaliers: Jaspar Leo Lily Tansy
    In memory: Lucy
    Cavalier SM Infosite:www.smcavaliers.com

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    OMG She is beautiful. I wish hubby would give in and let me have a houseful but he thinks two is enough

    Edit: Actually, he thought one was enough

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    Donna, you got to tell him that anymore then two is easy...... I have three, four when Mollie is over and we are dog sitting the dog that inspired us to have Busta in September so we are going to have a house full.....

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    LOL Claire,

    Thing is, it's HIM who spoils the pair of them. they hear Daddy's car or bike on the drive and start running around like lunatics, whining and talking. Why? Because Daddy gives them Markies and gravy bones - and Mummy doesn't, that's why! Mummy is a meanie who only gives them apple or carrot or other raw veg as a treat

    Tbh, I think the only reason he won't let me have any more is that he knows he'd get NO look in then We have a pecking order in our house... Maxx, Charlie, Geraint (youngest), Rhys (eldest), Mum, fish in pond, fish in tank, garden birds, Dad - or listen to hubby and that's how it goes Typical man eh?

    When my kids leave home I am going to replace them with more dogs & if hubs doesn't like them all in the bedroom, he can move into the spare room My babies snoring is soothing and sends me to sleep. Hubby's snoring is annoying and keeps me awake - wonder why i prefer to sleep with my dogs hahahaha

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    Maxx, Charlie, Geraint (youngest), Rhys (eldest), Mum, fish in pond, fish in tank, garden birds, Dad - or listen to hubby and that's how it goes Typical man eh?


    I have no kids and no partner so I can have all the dogs, cats and fish I want right now. I'm sure that also helps ensure I'll have no partner...
    Karlin
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    Love me love my dog or dogs, cats, fish....in Karlins case.......

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