(November to present)
Here are the original stories and adoption
information about those dogs who came to us as a result of abuse or
abandonment, and have been placed in permanent homes during 2015.
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Adopted *** Corgi Pups *** Adopted
As many of you know, when we lost Duke we were
devastated. Then, miraculously, I
was the recipient of five beautiful Corgi pups from a puppy mill in another
state. Why? Because someone who cared took the time out of her life to
drive five hours, money in pocket and rescue a litter of Pugwas... BUT when she got there they were gone and she
saw the litter of Corgis. She did
some bartering, loaded them in her van, sped off
never to return!
When they arrived here, much to my surprise (she did not warn me in advance) I was stunned. I immediately began contacting as many
people as I could who had applied for Duke, and I know I missed several.
The five Corgis
are now settled in their new homes! Duke
would be proud of his work and glad his friends are safe and well.
Two went to Topeka, one to St. Louis, one to Wichita, and
one to McPherson and all to wonderful homes!
Adopted *** Daisy *** Adopted
When I agreed to take Daisy, one of the reasons was she is a
Golden Retriever mix and they are very popular. I was told she was five years old which
was pushing it, but not a deal-breaker.
When she arrived I was warned by the owner she was a destructive dog
and would tear a house down in a storm. Great...oh, and she might be 8
years old. Lots of drama followed from her family and I began to
doubt my decision making. However,
when all hope is lost an angel appears and it appeared in the shape of a
couple with infinite patience and a positive attitude. Nothing bothered them...it was all good
and guess what? It IS all good.
Daisy is now friends with the cat, has not destroyed anything and
they love her. HURRAY
Daisy is a 5
year old, female Golden Retriever mix.
She is spayed, housebroken, and up to date on shots. Daisy's owner passed away and no one in
the family was able to keep her.
She would work best as an only dog although she gets along well with
other dogs, but has to be fed separately at this point. Daisy needs
exercise to trim off a few fluffy pounds and wants to be somebody's baby!!
Adopted *** Miley *** Adopted
Miley has had quite a busy life...mostly running on highways
and getting picked up! She finally
ended up with us and our foster and we found out she loves other dogs
and is great with cats. She has been
happily adopted and is settled in her new home, which, by the way is just
down the road from SCARS!!
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