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Jake says "Woof Woof Woof!"

 

On top of the world! We've been taking Jake out to help him with his manners. The National Whitewater Center, just outside Charlotte, is a favorite spot.

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1 hour ago, GHScorpiosRule said:

Meet...Piper!

Someone looks thrilled to be going home.  Congratulations to both of you.

I love the name.  It's on my mental list of potential cat names, and I almost bestowed it on Riley, but the "life of Riley" thing was just so thoroughly appropriate I went that route instead.

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14 hours ago, Bastet said:

Someone looks thrilled to be going home.  Congratulations to both of you.

I love the name.  It's on my mental list of potential cat names, and I almost bestowed it on Riley, but the "life of Riley" thing was just so thoroughly appropriate I went that route instead.

She's a very happy Pup! 9 months old. It was love at first sight for both of us. She took to me immediately, and her previous owners said she'd never done that before with strangers, during our first meet and greet. She's a lab mix.

She originally came from a shelter* but due to some childhood issues of the human dad that resurfaced because she developed behavior of resource guarding and nipped him (didn't break the skin), they tried to return her so the shelter could help; but they refused; also refused to help rehome her==their bright idea/solution was to euthanize her. And she was only 5 months at the time. So they reached out to another organization, who helps to rehome pets. I saw her bio on petfinder and she looked sooo adorbs. I thought I'd applied too late because another couple was supposed to go see and get her; but they never showed up. The boyfriend decided to surprise his girlfriend with a brand new puppy.

Anyhoo, I didn't want to say anything until I had her home--didn't want to jinx myself. I brought her home on Saturday.

She was a little scared to get into the car, but once in and harnessed with the seat belt, she was good.

Haven't observed or experienced any of her aggressive behavior, but I'm still signing up for obedience classes to help with that, and to help with her tendency to jump and pull on the leash. The latter has gotten better in the past day. I'm using the Freedom no pull harness and leash for that.

She's very sweet. And listens mostly; except when she wants to play. The weekend was EXHAUSTING, but surprisingly, she let me work yesterday. Today, she wants to play. I got her a bacon scented hard chew toy to keep her occupied, and that's working. She only barks when she hears the neighbors' doors opening and closing. But only one or two barks.

But I was beyond shocked her previous owners stopped giving her the heartworm and flea/tick meds back in June. Their theory was, well, MD isn't the SOUTH! where mosquitos are so MUCH more a problem! Seriously? 

Even if they are nice people, that's so irresponsible.

When I went to get puppy food on Sunday, I bumped into a very nice woman who recommended her vet to me, and the vet is very close by. She gave me her contact information as well.

My girl is SO in need of getting her claws trimmed! We have an appointment at Petco on Sunday for a full grooming! The Vet appointment is on Tuesday. 

I'm following the instructions the facilitator sent me to help assimilate Piper in her new home. We keep in touch, and she gives me tips on what to do. I'm a new mommy, so I'm grateful for that.

Her name is Piper because the back of her shoulders has the white "Piping" that reminded the previous owners of a Piper Plane. And she owns that name.

 

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So glad she seems to be settling in well. She has such a sweet and trusting expression on her face in your picture. It sounds like you two were meant to be!

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Yesterday was crazy: she barked at every sound and even sounds I could t hear! I was told she barks at doors opening and closing. It was a hard to concentrate on work.

But today? Calm and serene as on Saturday-Monday. Even the vacuum isn’t fazing her!

 

 

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1 hour ago, GHScorpiosRule said:

Yesterday was crazy: she barked at every sound and even sounds I could t hear! I was told she barks at doors opening and closing. It was a hard to concentrate on work.

But today? Calm and serene as on Saturday-Monday. Even the vacuum isn’t fazing her!

 

 

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Oh that's just adorable. And its understandable that she's prone to barking so young. I'm sure she'll calm donlwn soon.

I really wish I had a pet to get me through this crapfest year. Other than going to the Cat Cafe in East Lansing to play with the kittens I haven't pet a single dog since this pandemic started. And its killing me. The only reason I got to pet cats at the cafe is because the organizers make people wear masks and sanitize their hands before doing so. But it's not safe to just pet any dog out walking like I used to be able to do.

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What a sweet girl (and what a shitty shelter!). I don't know anything about dogs but I wouldn't be surprised if she 'tested' you a bit to see if you're going to love her unconditionally or return her as soon as she's not a perfect angel. Not saying that the prior owners were wrong to try to rehome her if one of them wasn't on board due to some childhood trauma, but she's had a bumpy start to life and may test her limits.

The Cat-Cat came from a shelter and he hates the carrier. Cries and cries and starts panting and freaking out. It's heartbreaking. As soon as we get to the vet he's even more extra lovey as if to say "please don't leave me". I swear if he would wear a harness and leash I'd harness him in to the back-seat during the drive and only put him in the carrier for the transition over into the office and treatment room. But he won't (I tried, he gets out of it).

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My Louis the cat also came from a shelter and the two times I have had to get him into his carrier to go to the vet, its been an incredible struggle. It takes a grown man with giant garden gloves and me shoving from behind to get one medium sized orange tabby into a nice big carrier with comfy clean towels inside. He bites and growls and then cries like mad once inside and both times also immediately peed on the towels.

Since the fires started this year I have been thinking about emergency evacuation procedures and I have decided to just throw him in the car (forget the damn carrier - I'll bring it along of course - but its more important to make sure he is out of the house first (he is more important to me than anything else, even pictures and documents) and I don't want to have to chase him around and try to force him into the carrier.

Louis was found abandoned in a rural area in the winter and I bet his previous people put him in a carrier and then threw him out into the field when they did not want him anymore (he was already about 12 years old but an excellent mouser, so he survived until someone found him and brought him to the shelter). I'm not usually a violent person but if I ever met whomever abandoned him there would be fisticuffs!

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3 hours ago, theredhead77 said:

What a sweet girl (and what a shitty shelter!). I don't know anything about dogs but I wouldn't be surprised if she 'tested' you a bit to see if you're going to love her unconditionally or return her as soon as she's not a perfect angel. Not saying that the prior owners were wrong to try to rehome her if one of them wasn't on board due to some childhood trauma, but she's had a bumpy start to life and may test her limits.

Oh yeah. I was tempted to reveal the shelter's name here, but I don't know if that's allowed?

She was testing me yesterday.

She was PLAYING me today! When she needs to go outside to do her business, she'll cry and lift her paw against me leg. She did that...FIVE TIMES today. Three of those times, all she wanted was to go outside and play. Yeah, I'm a sucker. And I just don't want any accidents! She's completely housebroken and knows to do her business outside!😂

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All the cats we've had thus far we adopted from people who didn't want them anymore. We didn't know the people, though-my sister found out about them because they knew people that her husband knew, and mentioned them to us. Our first cat, when my mom and sister went to see her, the poor thing was left alone in the apartment with nothing but a fan and her bowls of food and water. And it was mid-July. The cat had a bad leg and my mom just kept thinking about what would happen if the fan tipped over and hurt her or something, and what would happen when she ran out of food and water. 

Then the cat came over and laid on my mom's purse, so my mom took that as another sign to bring her home :). We'd never owned a cat before that, so my mom was a little nervous at first about owning one, and said cat did take a little while to settle down and feel comfortable around us, but thankfully, all turned out okay in the end. She was an absolute sweetheart. 

And of our current cats, Lily actually hissed a bit at my mom and hid away at first when we brought her here. Now she's super attached to her :). Mitsi settled in a little more easily-I think she was just happy to have a place with a little more room to run around and play :p. 

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Riley is scared of the fly swatter.  And I don't mean if I whack a fly with it while she's nearby, I mean if I pass through the room with it in my hand or if she hears me use it in another room.  I have no idea what trauma she experienced/saw involving a fly swatter somewhere in the six years before I adopted her, but it's a very specific reaction she does not have to anything else.

It didn't used to be that bad, but yesterday we were invaded by several flies and I got out the swatter for the first time in at least a year.  She ran into the other room, okay.  But then when I used it, two rooms away from her, she ran into the bedroom and hid under the bed.

Needless to say, I'll just use ye olde rolled up magazine on any future flies.

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35 minutes ago, Annber03 said:

Our first cat, when my mom and sister went to see her, the poor thing was left alone in the apartment with nothing but a fan and her bowls of food and water.

That sounds a lot like the story I learned about the Cat-Cat. He had hoomans who abandoned him and his sibling in their apartment. I don't know if the story is true or not but I heard they were eating the walls. The landlord let them outside to fend for themselves. A neighbor took them to the shelter. The sibling was adopted, the cat-cat got a URI and wasn't getting any interest. Supposedly he was high on the euthanasia list because of the URI (they only do one round of treatment). Thankfully he now has a hooman who will never ever leave him.

There is a special place in hell for people who abandon their animals. In empty apartments, dumping them outside or driving them out to the woods and leaving them there. Doesn't matter. I know shouldn't but I also judge people who leave their animals when a hurricane is coming. Hell, I judge the shit out of a friend who booted her previously indoor cats outdoors because her boyfriend is allergic. It's all so cruel.

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39 minutes ago, theredhead77 said:

That sounds a lot like the story I learned about the Cat-Cat. He had hoomans who abandoned him and his sibling in their apartment. I don't know if the story is true or not but I heard they were eating the walls. The landlord let them outside to fend for themselves. A neighbor took them to the shelter. The sibling was adopted, the cat-cat got a URI and wasn't getting any interest. Supposedly he was high on the euthanasia list because of the URI (they only do one round of treatment). Thankfully he now has a hooman who will never ever leave him.

Oh, poor babies :(. I'm so glad they were able to find happy homes in the end and are with you and others who'll take care of them. 

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There is a special place in hell for people who abandon their animals. In empty apartments, dumping them outside or driving them out to the woods and leaving them there. Doesn't matter. I know shouldn't but I also judge people who leave their animals when a hurricane is coming. Hell, I judge the shit out of a friend who booted her previously indoor cats outdoors because her boyfriend is allergic. It's all so cruel.

Agreed. I don't understand how people can do that.

And god, yeah, I could never imagine leaving pets behind during a storm. When my family's had to take shelter during tornado warnings, we bring our pets with us. There was one day we had a warning, and we went to my sister's place for shelter ('cause we don't have a basement here and we're on the top floor in an apartment), and we brought our cats with us. They didn't seem all that fazed by the storms, though-Lily just kept making these annoyed little meows the whole way there (and when we returned home after the all clear). I think she hated the car ride more than anything else :p. 

(I also remember, when I was a kid, there was one time we had a tornado warning and my family lived in a trailer, so we left there and headed to the trailer park's clubhouse, which was right behind our place. My mom carried our dog (she was a small one) and tried to shelter her with her coat as we ran through the rain to get there, and even with my mom's attempts at sheltering her, our dog was still soaked to the bone when we got there, 'cause it'd been raining so hard. Poor thing's eyes were all bugged out and she was shaking, like, "Uh, what the heck just happened?")

49 minutes ago, Bastet said:

Riley is scared of the fly swatter.  And I don't mean if I whack a fly with it while she's nearby, I mean if I pass through the room with it in my hand or if she hears me use it in another room.  I have no idea what trauma she experienced/saw involving a fly swatter somewhere in the six years before I adopted her, but it's a very specific reaction she does not have to anything else.

Lily doesn't like them, either. She doesn't hide under the bed, but she does back up when she sees one. She also runs away when we open up garbage bags to put into our garbage bin. 

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My late sweet Boo was dumped at the head of our road. My neighbor had 7 cats already. He turned up under her porch and she took him in, I told her I was ready to take in a kitty. This poor cat has been through something terrible. I was the only person he was comfortable  with, he hid under a chair at the sound of a vehicle or another person. He feared the swish of arms moving in a ski/winter jacket. He lived with me 12.5 years and as much as I loved him, his fears never left. My heart still breaks my heart that someone can be that cruel to animal.

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A former boss of mine used to bring her dog to work on occasion. The poor dog would go nuts if someone got the broom out to use it. Poor pupper. 😞

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@Gramto6, your story reminds me that my late great Kitty Gunderson the Elder was scared of one of my winter coats. It was a long black parka that I joked was my Darth Vader coat. As soon as I put it on she would run out of the room. I had other coats that made the swishing sound you mentioned but she had no reaction to those. It was just this one coat for some reason. She was a wonderful cat, funny quirks and all.

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15 hours ago, GHScorpiosRule said:

She was testing me yesterday.

She was PLAYING me today! When she needs to go outside to do her business, she'll cry and lift her paw against me leg. She did that...FIVE TIMES today. Three of those times, all she wanted was to go outside and play.

Dogs are gonna dog. 

15 hours ago, GHScorpiosRule said:

Yeah, I'm a sucker.

Don't be.

It's really, really, important to establish yourself as the alpha. The pack leader. That article has a bunch of good ideas, but isn't necessarily the only way to go about it. Generally speaking, dogs want us to be the leader, and if we don't act like one, they'll do it themselves. 

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What a cutie pie! I'll never understand how people can dump animals like that. My late Baby Boo was dumped at the head of our dirt road. He lived with me for 12.5 years cowering in fear if he heard anyone else come to the house. He was fine when it was just us but even a delivery truck sent him under the chair in the living room. I loved him dearly but hated with the fire of 10,000 suns the people that did that to him.

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14 hours ago, tinkerbell said:

My son and his girlfriend found this little boy in a dumpster in a walgreens parking lot.

The world is really full of assholes.  Anyone who harms a helpless animal is really a pathetic human being and belongs in prison.

Why a dumpster?  Only a horrible piece of garbage does that to an animal.  Take any unwanted pet to a no kill shelter where they can have a chance to find a loving home.  

The only reason someone would dump an animal in a dumpster is because that person doesn't care about animals or living creatures in general.

 

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My heart hurts reading all these stories about animals being abused. Add me to the list of people who cannot stand anyone for hurting or abandoning an animal. I’m so happy to read that many of you have given these wonderful pets a kind and loving home. Bless you. 

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Alli used to have issues when I’d walk out with a broom or mop and drying her off from the head first was a no go.

Now she walks into the towel after being out and the rain and every once in a while when I walk out of the utility room with the mop she’ll just slowly stroll out of the room like she has somewhere better to be......

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13 hours ago, icemiser69 said:

The world is really full of assholes.  Anyone who harms a helpless animal is really a pathetic human being and belongs in prison.

Why a dumpster?  Only a horrible piece of garbage does that to an animal.  Take any unwanted pet to a no kill shelter where they can have a chance to find a loving home.  

The only reason someone would dump an animal in a dumpster is because that person doesn't care about animals or living creatures in general.

While I agree with the overall sentiments, that kitty may not have been abandoned there by a human.  It's just as likely that it was born to a feral or semi-feral mother, and was simply in the dumpster looking for food.

In either case, it's still good on @tinkerbell's son and his gf for taking in the kitty.

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3 hours ago, SVNBob said:

While I agree with the overall sentiments, that kitty may not have been abandoned there by a human.  It's just as likely that it was born to a feral or semi-feral mother, and was simply in the dumpster looking for food.

I have read too many horror stories about animals, so I am more than a bit jaded.  I have no idea how a kitten could possibly climb into a dumpster.  It does make me wonder what happened to the rest of the litter (kittens).

3 hours ago, SVNBob said:

In either case, it's still good on @tinkerbell's son and his gf for taking in the kitty.

I am always happy when people help animals, those individuals are truly awesome.

 

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It was someone’s first hike today!

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And it was someone’s more than first hike today.....

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On 9/16/2020 at 7:00 PM, GHScorpiosRule said:

Oh yeah. I was tempted to reveal the shelter's name here, but I don't know if that's allowed?

She was testing me yesterday.

She was PLAYING me today! When she needs to go outside to do her business, she'll cry and lift her paw against me leg. She did that...FIVE TIMES today. Three of those times, all she wanted was to go outside and play. Yeah, I'm a sucker. And I just don't want any accidents! She's completely housebroken and knows to do her business outside!😂

You’re speaking my language!  Knox was so easy to housetrain but when she paws I interpret like a human like “I really gotta go”.  More often it’s wonderful weather and she wants to sniff and explore.  I took this dog on a great day hike today in case that reads she’s not out. 
 

I often wonder if we lived in San Diego if we It would be 12 months of “I really gotta to” haha- too hot, too cold, too wet=no dice. Sunny and 72 is game on. 
 

Sending Piper the best pup love ever!  Thank you for saving P!

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My neighbor's six month old Akita puppy has developed a taste for freedom (and figured out how to escape his backyard.)  This is him locked up in my backyard until I could bring him home yesterday. And today going back to work, I saw him walking down the street. Turned around and loaded him into my backseat to return him.  Heh. They're going to keep him in the house until they can figure out how he's getting out.

 

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10 minutes ago, JTMacc99 said:

My neighbor's six month old Akita puppy has developed a taste for freedom (and figured out how to escape his backyard.)  This is him locked up in my backyard until I could bring him home yesterday. And today going back to work, I saw him walking down the street. Turned around and loaded him into my backseat to return him.  Heh. They're going to keep him in the house until they can figure out how he's getting out.

 

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He's very pretty. He's probably just trying to get to the big city to see if he can make it as a model.

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He's gorgeous.  I had a Houdini-dog like that once.  She'd go on walkabout while I was at work, and I'd find her on the front porch (only the backyard was fenced) when I got home.  I continually patched holes in and under the fence, and had to be careful if there was a deep snow -- she figured out how to walk on top of the snow, and she'd go over the fence.  I also ended up having to keep the doors locked at all times if I wanted her to stay inside the house.  

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What a beauty he is!  I've had escape artists who could squeeze through impossibly small openings and it had to hurt, but they would suffer for their art.

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My boyfriend is on vacation this week with college friends at a cabin in the Pennsylvania wilderness. That's a whole other story that belongs in the COVID thread (I'm not happy about the [annual] trip during a pandemic), but within two days of his departure, my girls got back onto *my* schedule now that "Fun Dad" isn't here.

He usually gets up for work at 4:30, so he feeds them then instead of making them wait until I get up three-ish hours later. He also rewards their bad behavior (when they wake us up at night) with food so they keep acting bad. I might jinx it, but the girls and I have slept quite peacefully since Tuesday...all night long.

I think we now know who the real source of the bad behavior is.

They saved me from a "palmetto bug" sometime last night, as I discovered the body on its back in the bedroom doorway, with two legs nearby. Good girls!!

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On 10/1/2020 at 8:54 PM, bilgistic said:

My boyfriend is on vacation this week with college friends at a cabin in the Pennsylvania wilderness. That's a whole other story that belongs in the COVID thread (I'm not happy about the [annual] trip during a pandemic), but within two days of his departure, my girls got back onto *my* schedule now that "Fun Dad" isn't here.

I hope you told him to avoid anyone wearing a hockey mask.

On 10/1/2020 at 8:54 PM, bilgistic said:

He usually gets up for work at 4:30, so he feeds them then instead of making them wait until I get up three-ish hours later. He also rewards their bad behavior (when they wake us up at night) with food so they keep acting bad. I might jinx it, but the girls and I have slept quite peacefully since Tuesday...all night long.

I think we now know who the real source of the bad behavior is.

They saved me from a "palmetto bug" sometime last night, as I discovered the body on its back in the bedroom doorway, with two legs nearby. Good girls!!

Anywhere from 3:00am on, if one my cats hears any kind of movement at all, he ( the bigger one) will scratch at the bedroom door wanting to be fed.  When the clocks fall back, it is very helpful in terms of them getting fed a little sooner.  Once spring forward occurs, it becomes a huge problem getting them readjusted to be fed an hour later.

Normally making cats wait wouldn't be a problem, except that one of them is a chewer.  He will start chewing anything in the house when he is waiting to be fed.  That is why he isn't allowed in the bedroom, he is incredibly destructive when it comes to chewing.  He has damaged or destroyed countless items.

 

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A full night of playing with other dogs has led to a Sunday morning of this.....

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I am DEVASTATED.

I thought Piper would be mine forever.

But because she wasn't acclimating fast enough to her new home and an apartment setting, there were complaints, and I was forced to give her up.

Sure, the sound of doors slamming, and kids running and screeching down the hall would cause her to bark, but she would stop once I calmed her down, which was within a minute.

I took obedience training to work on her habit of jumping on new people she'd meet (I would keep her from actually jumping on them, so it looked she was a horse who was rearing on its hind legs), but she didn't mean any harm; nor did she bite or growl at anyone.

The only good part of this is (if you can call it good) is that I found a sanctuary/rescue locally. A non-profit organization that rehomes or adopts the animals out, but does NOT Euthanize them. 

It broke my heart to take her there. She knew something was happening and I felt like the WORST abuser ever.

But the sanctuary sent me pictures of her to show that she's settled in nicely and has made some new mates. I still cried. I still feel this great big HOLE inside of me. I keep "seeing" her and hearing her.

It's going to be a while before I'll be able to look for another to adopt. I'm thinking the next time I do, maybe I should move to rent a house or something so this doesn't happen again. 

I'm just working and working and doing anything and everything to keep my mind occupied. I thought unloading here might help.

I've wanted a fur baby of my own for SO LONG, and when I thought I could finally get one, this happens.

I hate people.

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Oh, @GHScorpiosRule, I am so sorry. It’s sounds like you were doing everything you could for her, and that you found a good place to take her. I hope you can be kind to yourself; this was not your fault.

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Oh, gosh, I'm so sorry. I'm glad you were able to take her to people who'll take care of her and that they kept you updated on how she's doing.

But yeah. That's rough. I wish things had worked out better. 

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I'm so sorry @GHScorpiosRule! Would a kitty interest you (when you are ready, of course)? It might be easier to have a cat in an apartment setting.

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3 minutes ago, AgentRXS said:

I'm so sorry @GHScorpiosRule! Would a kitty interest you (when you are ready, of course)? It might be easier to have a cat in an apartment setting.

I wish I could. But they only changed their policy with respect to dogs. If kitties were allowed, I'd pile up on allergy meds to combat my kitty allergies. I only sneeze if I rub noses with them.

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@GHScorpiosRule I am so sorry.  You did what you could to try to train her, but you did get her to a safe place where she may find a new home.

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