JOHNNY C - ADOPTED :0)

posted 27 May 2010, 08:25 by Sue Jones   [ updated 24 Jul 2011, 11:39 by Gina-Luisa Hilborne ]
 
MALE 7 YEARS OLD SUFFOLK
 

  IT GIVES ME GREAT PLEASURE TO ANNOUNCE THAT AFTER A LONG STAY IN WELFARE, A LOT OF WORRY AND SOUL SEARCHING FROM THE TEAM, AND DESPITE HIS DISABILITY DARLING JOHNNY CAKES HAS FOUND HIS FOREVER HOME. a BIG THANK YOU TO ALL WHO ROOTED FOR HIM OVER THE LAST 18 MONTHS, HIS SPECIAL FOSTER MUMS AND HIS WONDERFUL NEW FAMILY WHO SEE HIM FOR THE LOVELY BOY HE IS AND ARE WILLING TO GIVE HIM A CHANCE. GOOD LUCK XXXX Auntie
 Hi me again well I've seen the Eye Doctor and it would appear Im possibly the first husky in the UK to be diagnosed with PRA. This means my retina's have degenerated to a point that if I were a human I would be registered blind now. However despite this IM doing great and at long last Im happy enjoying life and ready for my forever family to come and get me I like the company of another dog and someone around all day not too busy a household but I do like my walks.
 
  Hello Auntie Welfare here, Johnny is our Special boy he has come through a lot and needs a special person to love him, as he is losing his sight - he will be seeing a specialist on 18th June 2011, but he will still be able to love life.
 He has enjoyed having Honey the Husky as a friend and another lady dog who is easy natured calm and mature would be great for him. Johnny's foster mum is happy to continue helping with his training and to offer any advise his new owner may need. He is a super dog and is worth the effort to get to know.
 
          
 Hello everyone
 I thought you would like to know how I have been doing since I last wrote you. Well as you know Auntie, FM and the Team were very sad and worried as I was not a happy husky, and the future was not looking too rosy for me, however Team Welfare are very stubborn and half full kinda gals and would you believe? that very week a new FM joined the team and she is a very special Foster Mum as she is a Doggie therapist and teacher so I went to live with her, and her husky Honey last month and guess what? Yep I'm a happy boy again, I am enjoying going out for walks and even go for a run with FM on her bike Honey is my friend and we play and she helps me learn new things, I like learning, I can even walk nicely on the lead now. I'm not ready for my new home just yet but I am getting there.
 
Luv 'n' Kisses Johnny Cakes
 
                                             
Hello
PLEASE  I desperately need a really special home or foster home (even more special than the one I am in -  tough call)
Shortly after coming into Welfare my Foster Mum (FM) noticed that I was behaving strangely.Tests showed that I have an eye disease called PRA this means I am slowly going blind. But this does not really seem to cause me much of a problem I adore lots of walks during the day  It is just I find life a big worry and I get anxious all the time. I would need a patient understanding & quiet home , no other dogs and someone home all the time, I get very upset with out a human around the housee. I have been in Welfare a year and I haven't settled at all even though my foster family are very kind I am so very un happy and bewildered all the time . Auntie Welfare says if she can't find the right home very soon she is going have to seriously think about  letting me go to live at The Rainbow Bridge where I won't have to be stressed or sad anymore and  I can see clearly and run around and play all day, it sounds a really nice place. Auntie says to get there you just have to have a very long sleep. I'm going to think about it too because I don't like feeling like this it is scary and lonely.
Love Johnny C
xxx
 
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