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All’s well that ends well

We’re sad at our house. We found out where Ruby came from after Vanessa saw a flyer in a bakery about 20 miles away.

There was no doubt it was Ruby so I called the number and spoke to the lady. After talking to her I gave her our address and she came over that afternoon. Ruby immediately went to her and snuggled up. There are children who have missed her. I would never feel good about keeping her when she has another family so she has been reunited with her original family.

I have missed that precious, little dog. I’ve been all over the internet looking at adoption possibles. We have so many shelters down here with dogs looking for good homes. Most are bulldogs, pit bulls, or pit mixes and I’m just afraid of them.

I met Vanessa and Chris at our parish shelter this afternoon and we started looking. I mentioned that I had recently fostered a Doxie we no longer have and she said they had a black one that was available today. He’s a little skittish but he let all of us hold him. No snarling or snapping. I think he will be fine.

His name is Bugsy. Bugsy is 3 years old. Bugsy will get fixed tomorrow and get his Rabies shot also. I have an earlier commitment for tomorrow afternoon so Vanessa and Chris will pick Bugsy up for me. I am so excited. I want a little dog that will sit with me and snuggle. I’ve paid adoption fees for him so no one can take him away from me. I think I love him already!

Meet Bugsy.

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  1. Aww. He a cutie. I know the family is so thankful that Ruby was well loved on while on her adventure. Now Bugsy gets to have a wonderful rest of his life.

  2. Celeste

     /  February 13, 2023

    We’re sorry for you, but thrilled you found Ruby’s family and returned her.

    On the other hand, we’re excited for you and your new family member, Bugsy! We wish you many years of health and happiness!


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