Goin' to the Dogs!

Marie2020

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The dog dog warden has just checked and she's microchipped. Praying she's not from the abusive family at the back of my home waiting to get the results.
Update. She isn't registered only chipped. I hated the decision I had too make :(

Due to her not being registered it could be the case that she was from the dogs used at the back of my home. Her little face broke my heart as I let her go with the warden.

Had she been from these inhuman things at the back of my home they would have traced her. I'm hoping someone will be looking for her that loves her. But they will have to pay a fee of a hundred pounds. Better that than the other scenario of being returned to the low life dog traffickers .

Around 10 maybe 15 times by more than a few people those low lives have been reported. Two animal's cruelty company's and 2 of the authorities that I know of, yet STILL the situation is going on.
No one can act apparently until the company that rents the property gives permission or acts. :(

At least this little one is in safe hands.
 

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Updating again.

I was in a rush before.

A little boy was trying to catch this dog and she ran to me and into my home.

A moment ago a lady turned up that was obviously the owner. She was beside herself and her little girl crying. As luck would have it she knows the dog warden personally so is calling him now.

So not from the abusive vermin. Just putting that straight.
 

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Sounds like a good outcome.

A few months ago we had a feral kitten show up. There are feral cats around here so not a surprise, I think I even know which one was its mother. So I carefully caught it and took it to the shelter, a no-kill shelter. That kitten was dangerously wild, had to be very careful how you handled it, gloves and something to wrap it in.

The people at the shelter said they would have no problems taming it and finding it a good hope. It was young enough. It would be spayed and vaccinated. I considered that a good outcome.
 

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Sounds like a good outcome.

A few months ago we had a feral kitten show up. There are feral cats around here so not a surprise, I think I even know which one was its mother. So I carefully caught it and took it to the shelter, a no-kill shelter. That kitten was dangerously wild, had to be very careful how you handled it, gloves and something to wrap it in.

The people at the shelter said they would have no problems taming it and finding it a good hope. It was young enough. It would be spayed and vaccinated. I considered that a good outcome.
Yep! Young kittens tame very easily. I foster and our family has tamed completely feral 6 week old kittens in less than 2 days before. They tend to chill as soon as they realize where the food comes from lol.
 

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At the time the little hero turned up with this furry little madam I was trying to do more decluttering. What a task and even more so what a turmoil I was thrown into.

I was worried myboap of a dog would get upset, that didn't happen he was really great. He kept her occupied and absolutely loved her presence in our home.

Finally after she had gone and her owner arrived for the details then left my other saint arrived to help big me out big time. So my spare room is starting to come together at long last. An old coat that wouldn't fit which I was going to sell now fits me again 😁

Now I'm left with two items too try and sell. A problem yes but I'm determined this will be done soon

What a day 😴
Updating again.

I was in a rush before.

A little boy was trying to catch this dog and she ran to me and into my home.

A moment ago a lady turned up that was obviously the owner. She was beside herself and her little girl crying. As luck would have it she knows the dog warden personally so is calling him now.

So not from the abusive vermin. Just putting that straight.
 

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