Post # 31
Pupdate!! I was able to contact the rescue where she is being held. 1) she’s YOUNG. Only about a year. Nice white and sharp teeth 2) No chip.
Unfortunately, the place that I found her is a notorious “drop zone”. As it is a trisection of a forest, industrial area, and residential. The rescue will hold dogs for 3 days to hear from owners. After that they take they to the vet for shot/boosters and spay/neuter and start making them available for adoptions.
The rescue said she is a bit fearful of men right now and is nervous (to be expected). Darling Husband and I plan to visit in 3 days and talk foster/adoption. We have 2 established cats who’ve lived with dogs before but we want to make sure it’s best for her.
Shes generated a ton of excitement at the rescue because she is SO CUTE.
Post # 32
somathemagical : Aw, I’m sad to hear she was probably abandoned but so grateful that she’s now well taken care of and safe! She’s such a cutie pie that I’m sure if you don’t take her someone will snatch her up real quick. Whether or not you are her furever home you can know that you saved her that day and because of your actions she will find a loving place to live.
Post # 33
Thank you for stopping for her, she’s just precious! Do you think you’ll adopt her?
Post # 34
Good to know that she is healthy and young as that means she gets to spend many years in a future caring, loving home with you and your husband.
Post # 35
somathemagical : Thank you for helping her. I hope you get to take her home!
Post # 36
She’s TOO cute! And I love the name Wendy, the lost girl. awwwww
Post # 37
Awww she’s adorable! You did a wonderful thing! People like you are rare, so thank you for saving her. Please keep us updated!
Post # 38
FINAL Pupdate: It’s looking like this little girl will go up for adoption. I mentioned cats in my paperwork the rescue mentioned that they have an outrageous amount of applications for her already with no qualifiers.
So it’s looking like this little lost girl will get her furever home but it won’t be with me. While that makes me sad I’m still happy I could play a role in her happy ending.
Post # 39
You can still have her. You just need to speak to the rescue in the right way….with a donation in hand. Money talks, even at animal rescue organizations – believe me!. You found her, so you have right of first refusal and you need to pound that into them. I don’t take no in cases that are like this, but I’m from NJ. I don’t back down and I’m fond of getting what I want.
Post # 40
I hope she gets a loving furever family, thank you so much for rescuing her and following through!
Post # 41
You found her, so you have right of first refusal and you need to pound that into them.
Who cares if you have cats. I would show up and tell them you turned her in to be reunited with her family and if that is not possible YOU want her. You didn’t have to take her to them and are willing to pay an adoption fee for a dog that you found! Unless you take her home and your cats and her do not get along I find this a proposterous reason to give her to someone else. I have always had cats and dogs.
Post # 42
Agreed! That’s a bit crazy they wouldn’t consider you first (and only considering other apps if it wasn’t the right fit for her – example, if they knew she didn’t do well with cats). elodie2019 :
Post # 43
I want to cry! Im so so happy you stopped. I always stop for little snoots walking around the dangerous roads. Far too often I see them long gone on the side of the road. It breaks my hear tinto millions of pieces.
I hope they call you and I hope you take her in!
Post # 44
Yea on the pupdate: i would go in and tell them that youll take the dog in and they should be grateful you brought her in to see if she has an owner.
Usually when theyre placed for adoption they have a certain amount of days before they euthanize 🙁
Post # 45
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Aww, those eyes. She looks like my little boy. Too cute. I hope she is placed in a loving home forever.