So I am watching the 49ers and Seattle getting into it following the rain storm and trying to build this blog about the new addition to our family. No, we did not wait months after the loss of our dear Shadow. My brother-in-law insisted we meet his friends and see the dog they had to find a home for. I did not expect Russ to follow through, but he did and we met a lovely family, who were looking for a lifetime home for a 5 pound Yorkie, Chahuahua who had a very bad start, but has been in their family-sort of being moved around and loved by all. While Georgina was much loved, there was just not time enough in busy lives to give her what they thought she needed.
We sat in Diane’s lovely kitchen and her daughter Bonnie, arrived with Georgina, her wardrobe, her bed and blankets and towel along with food. We could not believe how cute this little button of a dog was, but were concerned putting her through another move. The family said we could just see how it went for a few days, but right away “Georgie” took to the safe haven of Russ’s arms. Just like Izzy and Shadow! This was after we were told she did not take well to men until some time had passed. Russ the dog whisperer!
For 24 hours we did not see her personality but just kept her with us and gradually we are getting to know her. Today she actually played with my sister’s dogs. She is adorable and we are enjoying the process. Keep in mind she loves to be carried in a purse and she’s Part Chihuahua. Both are things I said I would not want in a dog.
She has the cutest waggy tail, a bouncy walk and attracts alot of oo’s and ah h h s. We should have a lot of fun with a young dog traveling.
We are so thankful for this opportunity and the meeting we had with a lovely family who just wanted a good home for her.