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Rescued bully.

Discussion in 'Rescue & Adoption' started by ADuhh, Sep 11, 2013.

  1. ADuhh

    ADuhh Puppy

    Well, wasn't sure where to post this, but I think this is close enough. I've had a lil' member in my family for about 10 weeks. She was such a cute little dumpling when we got her, and I knew it wouldn't be forever, but it's still hard to not get attached. A little back story.... My friend's niece (and her schoolmate) found some puppies abandoned at her middle school. There were 5 puppies total, 3 were found dead. Their eyes were still closed and still had their umbilical cords. She was so tiny, looked like a little panda! My friend was not able to take care of the one her niece brought home, so I opened my doors to the late nights bottle feeding. I fell in love instantly! She had a small wound on her forehead, and was a little dirty, but other then that she was in great health. She has been with us for these past weeks, chewing shoes, terrorizing my EBT's and anything else that moved. It's so amazing to watch a puppy grow, yet my heart breaks cause we sent her off with her furever family. I know she is going to be spoiled and treated amazingly, but I can't help but feel a bit depressed.... I've never posted on this forum, but had to get this off my chest and what a better way to say hi then a story. So hello, this is one of my many stories, but my first success story with a rescue.
     

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  2. keagan

    keagan Little Dog

    She is darling! How wonderful of you to save and nurture her. I don't think I would have been able to let her go after all of that!
     
  3. ADuhh

    ADuhh Puppy

    It was one of the hardest things to do, but I already have two english bull terriers, plus a pug and a fourth fuzz butt would be to hard. I might regret it later, but in the end she is in an awesome home and I know she will be very well spoiled. I'm just being a wee bit selfish cause I want to keep her forever! Thanks for your reply, I've been apart of this community for over a year, just more of a lurker then a poster.
     
  4. momtosadie

    momtosadie Big Dog

    I can't imagine how hard that was for you, I get so attached so quickly. But you know she is going to a good home and will be a cherished member of their family. I must say in that 2nd pic she looks like she is full of the devil, that family will have their hands full.
     

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