We had a phone call yesterday from a senior citizen couple who are emigrating back to America to be near their family in their later years. They cannot take Chloe with them. Until yesterday they had a new home lined up for Chloe to go to, but the family changed their minds yesterday. They have asked us to take Chloe in. We have until the 10th May to rehome Chloe straight from home or else she is coming into foster with SLR.
She is good with other dogs, although shy and will probably just hide herself away in a corner. She is really good with children and with people. She just wants to have a quiet life. She has been good off-lead but will be nervous of new environments at first. SHE IS CAT FRIENDLY. Chloe is neutered and all her vaccinations are up to date and in good health.
This is so sad.. Her whole world is about to change and we need to make sure that it does it gently and lovingly. Can you give Chloe a home, or can one of our members offer to foster Chloe. We need a foster home that is quiet, not dominant dogs and where Chloe will have time to adjust. Here she is, lovely little Chloe.
My head is pounding Rachel She has a home offer and they have been homechecked. Just a meeting to go, but they have previous engagements that they can't get out of, a wedding blessing and a big birthday, so we may have to bring her in for foster. I am sounding out fosters now
A dog is a gift in life. Love and protect it. _________________
I'm sure Chloe will be fine once she settles into her new forever home. Mummy Chook will make certain she has nothing but the perfect family to start her new life, for her golden years ahead. Good Luck xxx
As Mischa is going on Sunday she could come here for a few days if needed Jenny but it might be a round about way for her to go I have no idea where she is now and it looks like she might going to Hampshire is that right. Don't think I will be much help.