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    Ruby:

    I am so proud of you and Sydney and your human Mom and Dad for what you have done. And to think I live right next door to you in West Virginia and did not know this was going on! A very special wiggle butt dance to all of you from me and special WooWoos from my Clumber sister Hadley. Very well done!

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    Phyllis in West Virginia USA with two Clumbers and a Cavalier Named Buddy

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    Wow! What a lot of news to catch up on.

    Firstly Sydeny Happy Birthday for last week. I loved your video.

    You guys and your parents are fantastic to have rescued so many other cavs. I enjoyed hearing all about your foster siblings. I'm so glad that you maybe - might - possibly be keeping Rudy. He looks like great guy and I'm sure your Dad will appreciate evening out the testosterone levels somewhat! Looking forward to hearing how it all works out. Well done again for rescuing all those cavs.
    Tanya, Mark and Cleo (Blen Girl Born 5th May 2006)

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    What a sweetheart! Thanks for sharing her with us.
    Julie and the Z-Team
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    I am replying to bump this up. This is a very long thread but go to #140 and read Ruby's wonderful story of a rescue of five Cavaliers in Virginia. Yeah, Ruby, Sydney and your human Mom and Dad!!
    Phyllis in West Virginia USA with two Clumbers and a Cavalier Named Buddy

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    Way to go Ruby and Sydney! You have your humans well trained, just a pity you can't keep all the gang with you.

    Love and licks

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    Merlin and Oakleys Mum (Merlin -Male/B&T/5 years, Oakley - Male/Ruby/3.5years)

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    Way to go!!! Hooray!! Five freed beauties!!
    Cathy
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    Wow, Ruby and Sydney you guys are fantastic!! You should be so, so proud of your Mom and Dad for rescuing these five beautiful little dogs.
    They are all tugging at my heartstring, but Emerald, she's a looker.
    Sharon, proud Mom of Scout (tri) and Breeze (Newfie)

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    Ruby and Sydney here,

    We've been away for a while and you haven't heard from us but we have a very good reason why. Instead of forcing you to listen to either one of us explain why we have been gone, we'll let the reason itself explain.

    Hi everyone. I'm a little nervous so I ask that you be patient as I tell my story. My name is Duncan but most of you may remember me better as Rudy. I'm the ruby male who along with my four sisters, was rescued by Ruby and Sydney, a story you read about in Ruby's previous post. My sisters have all been adopted and have moved on to their permanent homes and from conversations I overhear, it appears they are very happy and very, very loved. The only one left without a permanent home was me and I was beginning to get worried that maybe no one wanted me. I was trying to be really really good and well mannered, even going outside to go to the bathroom. But maybe it wasn't good enough and ultimately no one would ever love me too. However, this last week, just as I was beginning to think that all hope was lost, Ruby and Sydney's Mom and Dad, my foster parents sat down with me. I thought at first that maybe they were about to give me the bad news that I was finally going back to my previous home and I was very afraid. I have grown to love my foster Mom and Dad and have really grown to love my new sister's Ruby and Sydney. We play in the back yard and we all go places together in the back seat of the car. Ruby has even shown me how to make signs and type on the Internet. I didn't want to leave but was prepared for whatever my foster parents were about to tell me. As I braced for the worst, my foster Mom and Dad surprised me by suddenly giving me the biggest, hardest hug I think I have ever gotten and said the words that I was beginning to think I would never hear - that my foster home and family is now my permanent home. I was now finally in my permanent life time home and could scarcely believe it. Maybe I was dreaming or that I hadn't really heard what they said. I looked over at Ruby and Sydney and they smiled and nodded yes. They knew this was coming but had kept it a secret. I can't express how happy I am now. I can now be a permanent part of a real family, helping Ruby and Sydney drive to the treat store, fool Mom and Dad at Christmas, and best of all getting to travel all around seeing things I can never imagine.

    To celebrate, Mom and Dad bought me a brand new harness and packed us up for our first official road trip as a new family. Our first trip was to the Shenandoah National Park about a two hour drive away from home. It is sooo pretty with the mountains and the changing colors of the trees. We saw lots of deer and five big black bears. Ruby and Sydney said that was nothing, that they had seen an alligator during one of their trips. Not sure what an alligator but I can't wait to go with my new family and see one now. In celebration, Ruby took this picture of her new brother.







    She told me that it is common practice to take pictures of each other while on road trips and to post them online for all our human friends like you to share. Not sure who you are, but Sydney said you were out there. After a long day, we arrived back home and I quickly curled up on Mom and Dad's bed and fell to sleep.









    I dreamed of my new family and what my life will be like in this wonderful new home. Maybe someday in the future I can explain a little about my previous life and how dramatically improved my life is now that I am finally a wanted, cherished, and loved Cavalier. Or better stated, I am finally "home".

    Duncan in Virginia

    Oh, and Ruby and Sydney in Virginia too
    Last edited by Sydney; 26th September 2011 at 03:09 PM.

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    I've just sat and read this whole thread! It really had me laughing . What a great story at the end. I'm glad Duncan has found his forever home where he will be loved. I must say Ruby and Sydney are clever little dogs!! Can I ask what the car seats are called and if I could buy one online? How do the dogs strap in?

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    WOW, Duncan! What a wonderful home you have gotten. Your friends in Miami are so happy for you.

    Why don't you talk your Mummy and Daddy and your two sisters into a road trip to Miami. There's loads to see here!
    Julie and the Z-Team
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