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    Default FIVE Cavaliers at Many Tears

    Yes five new Cavaliers that really, really need a nice new home.

    Many Tears Rescue, Wales.

    Alison, wilts, U.K.

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    And lots of other doggies too...please tell all your firends and try to help these poor souls

    http://www.freewebs.com/manytearsres...ngforhomes.htm
    Nicki and the Cavalier Clan Our photos www.scotlandimagery.com
    Supporting www.rupertsfund.com and www.cavaliermatters.org

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    Please keep everything crossed for me ladies - I e-mailed about one of these 5 last night, even though they're 450 miles from me.

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    If it helps you are more than welcome to stop at mine on collection and return, break the journey, stretch your legs, lunch etc, we are 10 mins from junction 15, M4.

    Alison, Wilts, U.K.

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    I don't suppose it would be possible to do that from Ireland what with having to have a home check etc and then flights over and back with Bailey and then for the new dog?

    I hope some loving families give them their second chance at life - and a good one at that - will be praying xxx

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    Just spoken to Sylvia at Many Tears. We've got our name down for 'Fickle', the beautiful girl who is blind in one eye.

    One of the helpers tells me that Fickle is adorable, very loving and affectionate.

    She is ex puppy farm, of course.

    We're being home-checked next week hopefully - the only 'fly in the ointment' could be that I work part-time but, if I take 2 weeks leave to be at home with Fickle to start with, then Sylvia says I could gradually build up to leaving her a little bit more each day.

    Now have to wait until Monday evening to see how she's got on at the vet's, where she is being spayed.

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    oooh - forgot to say, I think all the 5 are now spoken for

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    EXCELLENT,

    they always go quickly, lets hope they all settle well and have a lovely life.

    Alison, Wilts, U.K.

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    Yay! Hoping it all works out for these little deserving pups.
    Mary-owned by Maya, Scout, Jazz and Sassy
    Annie at the bridge 3/13
    Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we're here we should dance......

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    Yep, the Cavaliers always go quickly.

    I missed out on a half-blind tri-colour about a month ago.

    I agree with Nicki tho' - Many Tears have many beautiful dogs of all shapes and sizes. Spread the word everyone.

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