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Author Topic: My Ray of Sunshine  (Read 459 times)

Kitchen Cottage

  • Joined Oct 2012
My Ray of Sunshine
« on: October 28, 2015, 08:20:00 am »
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This is Ray, my blind foster dog.  Despite the scary appearances he is VERY loving and friendly and gentle.

I've managed to get him lots of shares on facebook.... but no offers.  His breed and size are against him.  I want him to have an active home where he can run around.  He is fine with other dogs (when introduced properly), ignores cats, chickens, ducks, sheep and piggies ....

If anyone knows anyone who could do with a little Ray of sunshine in their life.... Please contact me.  He is adoptable through blind dog rescue UK and Rough Diamonds Dog Rescue...

I can see him in a pub by a fire after a day in the allotment.

I am in love with him and feel so guilty I can't find a home.  I can't keep him because I already have a VERY dog unfriendly blind dog (Luca)

I will travel for any meeting (even to Scotland) he is so lovely and deserves a home.
« Last Edit: October 28, 2015, 08:21:55 am by Kitchen Cottage »
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