Carrying out Rosie’s mission to educate on hoarding and inbreeding – Meet Monet!

July 4th, 2014 – I am sharing the status update I posted on my personal page tonight on facebook. I will post a longer update tomorrow. I wanted to let everyone know that with Monet to help me, I think completing Rosie’s mission of education and advocacy is possible. I am crying both with sadness because I miss Rosie but also with hope. xxoo to you all.

Monet

Monet

Monet getting her health cert

Monet getting her health certificate

Monet smiles

Monet smiles

Monet loves Mr Bill

Monet loves Mr Bill

Some of you might have seen my post a few months ago for help with medical costs for a little dog in TX. I fell in love with her on sight but really didn’t want to add someone to my life so soon after losing my Rosie. I tried hard to find options for her and it seemed that every obstacle I put in my path to avoid taking her was mysteriously removed. One by one it went until the only challenge was getting her here. This week, that challenge was tackled by the folks in TX and as I write this Monet is heading my way. I will be picking her up in San Bernardino tomorrow at 10:00 a.m.

While Monet definitely has genetic issues like my sweet Rosie did, she is fortunate enough to be mobile and in good health. I am nervous…I know that I can’t expect Monet to be Rosie and that I have to accept her as a super little gal with her own personality. I believe I can do that.

I am hoping that once Monet is settled in that we can carry out Rosie’s mission to educate on hoarding and inbreeding and save some lives. And I am also hoping that Monet will feel happy and comfortable in her new CA life.

Send us luck!!! I will keep everyone posted.

And a huge thank you to Carrie Brister and Andrea Polunsky in TX for rescuing her and to Stephen Dimmick and Leslie M. Lighthouse for keeping at me to take her.

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