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    Default Blenheim girl...UK

    Looking for a home for a Blenheim girl, aged about 5. She will be speyed.



    She has a heart murmer but is very active & loves her walks.


    A friend in rescue is fostering her, in the North East of England

    So far she has been perfectly behaved, she is very very sweet , seems housetrained . I can't fault her she is really lovely.


    she's started off in a cage , moved to the kitchen , then the hall & finally promoted herself to my bed

    Sounds like a typical Cavalier then!!

    Please PM me if you are interested for contact details.
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    What a sweetheart. I know we have had LOTS of UK members interested in another cavalier... They so rarely come into rescue so what an opportunity!
    Karlin
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    hmmmm

    just casually shown hubby her photo and mentioned she's in the north east....

    to no avail

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    good try Fran...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicki
    good try Fran...
    He's now upgraded his answer to a "no" . He says it's a no because he knows I want him to be my willpower It has to be said we would definitely need to upgrade to a kingsize bed to accommodate yet another cavi, particularly as Brad is a horizontal sleeper

    I have a feeling this pretty girl will find a good home very soon, if she ever leaves her fosterer

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    It sounds like you are already working around solutions in your mind...
    Karlin
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    She is beautiful....reminds me of Huns......Alison, Wilts, U.K.

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    You could move the furniture from the bedroom and just have two queen size beds - and sorted one corner for you, one side for husband and the rest for the Cavaliers...

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    Fran, you were the first person I thought of when I saw NE!!!! I'll bet hubby really does want another one - I saw how he was with Bradley.....

    Why can't these men understand that a girl can never have too many Cavaliers or shoes?????


    Alison, I thought she looked like Hunnybuns too

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    this one reminds me of my first cavalier mattie at about the same age Aileen

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