01 November 2011

Happy Adoption Day Lucy!

   
A year ago yesterday Lucy came to live with us. I don't know what we would  do without her. If you are thinking of getting a pet, go to a shelter...lots of great dogs and cats are waiting for homes.

Not only are her ears soft and big, but that is where the love is.

Relaxing after a play session.

Lucy trying to steal Lucy's stick. It just so happens that Lucy's
best friend in the neighborhood is also called Lucy.

Speed racer.

13 comments:

  1. With those ears I bet she can hear what you are thinking! Some Basenji?

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  2. Too cute that Lucy's best friend is Lucy. Guess they have a lot in common! ;-)

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  3. Love that action shot! Happy Adoption Day, Lucy:-)

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  4. Oh, oh, oh! She's the cutest! And you're all so lucky to have found one another!

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  5. It's been a fast year. Happy adoption day to you and Lucy!

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  6. What a gorgeous girl, I can just imagine how silky those ears are! Both our dogs came from a rescue home and they are blissful, and my parents have a rescue greyhound, who has been transformed in a year from a shy nervous creature to a happy bouncy one.

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  7. Lucy is one lucky pup - so happy you found each other!

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  8. Lovely! Happy day to you all! Love the ears; my boys both have plenty of ears, too. :) My how time flies, we just celebrated 3 and 9 years respectively with ours... Here's to many more years. For all of us.

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  9. Happy adoption anniversary to all!
    I know the adoption dates of our dogs, too. Worthy of celebrating!

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  10. Lucy is just tooo cute and I am a life time cat lover!

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  11. That dog is wicked cute! Thanks for the great photos, they made my day.

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  12. Thanks everyone, Lucy is very grateful for all the good wishes. Betsy--the ears are Corgi, we think the rest is some kind of hound.

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  13. I'm so happy that Lucy has worked out so well for you. Shelter animals make you happy you adopted them --they work harder to please you, IMO.

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