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Late Lark

Morning Larks,

Late lark this morning tossy turny night and then slept late, still no real plans for the day. Shall walk over the beach later with Patch and throw the balls for him which he loves.

Recently I saw a sweet Pug on a website in California who had just been dumped there through no fault of her own bless her. She is 5 years of age and looked so lonely and scared in the picture. Don't think the shelter there keeps animals long sadly which I think the law needs to change for this. Anyway I got in touch with a UK based Pug rescue home and told them about the pug and they in turn got in touch with Pug Nation who I knew nothing about but apparently are in another state in US and adopt Pugs to free them and give them a home until they are adopted, if they are not adopted they live their life out there with kind staff. Pug Nation were very grateful to me as they had nnot heard about the one I mentioned. They have named her Daphne, isn't that lovely.Very Happy

Lovely sunny morning here and quite mild, I will get to prune those hollyhocks eventually.!

Have a good day everyone.Very Happy

Posted at 15th Nov 2018 - 11:19AM   Posted by Camilla   Late Lark Comments: 4

Camilla's Avatar Here is Daphne, in the pic she looks quite dark but is a fawn colour.Uploaded Image

Posted by: Camilla on 15th Nov 2018 at 11:23AM

Camilla's Avatar Do hope she goes to a loving kind home in US, I would have her if I could.Very Happy

Posted by: Camilla on 15th Nov 2018 at 11:24AM

Fennie's Avatar Pugs are not my favourite dogs, but many people feel fanatical about them for a reason I simply do not understand. But well done you, Camilla, for helping to rescue this little fella. (or fella-ess)Very HappyVery Happy

Posted by: Fennie on 15th Nov 2018 at 03:16PM

Fennie's Avatar Another thing about Pugs is that they never come singly; there are always half a dozen of the beasties, tripping you up and growling around your ankles. They seem to be smelly dogs as well, smelling strongly of - well, dog - in a way that other breeds don't. So all in all I can live without Pugs. Sad

Posted by: Fennie on 15th Nov 2018 at 10:49PM

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