viernes, 8 de julio de 2011

Adan en casa/Adan at home

















Mi querido Adan, que lleva en mi refugio desde el 14 de Febrero, esta en nuestra casa en acogida. Cuando se fui la ultima que teniamos, Dama, teniamos sitio libre pero nos ibamos de vacaciones y nuestros perros se quedan solos aunque vienen todos los dias a echarles de comer. No era plan dejarlo aqui mientras que estabamos fuera. Volvimos el sabado 25 de Junio y el domingo 26 me lo lleve a casa. Bueno, me lo llevaron mis queridas amigas de Malaga porque yo no tenia la furgoneta. Pues se esta adoptando de maravilla y, como ya sabia, es un amor de perro. Para el ha sido facil adaptarse porque ya me conocia asi que realmente no fue extraño para el aunque logicamente se tenia que adaptar a la casa y a nuestros perros. Pero esta feliz! Las manchas negras que se le ven en la foto son porque se tiraba a la piscina cubierta con lona para refrescarse (por desgracias no he podido hacer fotos de eso) y luego se revolcaba en la tierra. Espero que pronto encuentre una familia para siempre porque es el perro mas noble que he conocido. Me va a costar horrores "deshacerme" de el. Pero bueno, asi es la acogida.......dificilismo. Pero hay tantos que nos necesitan que hay que ser fuerte por mucho que cueste.


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This is our new foster dog, Adan who was in my shelter since 14 Febuary. When our last sweet galgo, Dama, left, we were about to go on holidays and our dogs stay at home alone although someone comes every day to take care of them but that was not an ideal situation for a new foster dog. We came back on the 25th and on the 26st I took Adam to our home. He has adapted very well as he already new me as his "boss" from the shelter. In the beginning he had to adapt to our dogs but that was not a problem. He is soooo happy! The black spots on the photos are because he loves getting wet in our pool whilst it was covered with a plastic for winter. He just went in there, sat down and cooled down (Haven´t been able to take photos of that, a pitty!) and once cooled down he then runned through the earth having a great time and getting dirty!


He is the sweetest dog I have ever seen and I hope he will find a family for ever soon although it will be, again, very hard to let him go. But that is what fostering is about. You need to focuss on so many others who have the right aswell to get the oportunity to live a deserved life. Very difficult but........I have to be strong.....



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