Friday, 18 April 2008




TINA









LITTLE TINA & BOOTS








LITTLE TINA WAS THE SECOND DOG JOHN & BRENDA HAD IN TO FOSTER SHE WAS SEVEN MONTHS OLD, JESS HAD BEEN THEIR FIRST DOG SHE WAS REHOMED ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON, JOHN SAID HE FELT LOST WHEN SHE HAD GONE.
BUT ON THE SUNDAY NIGHT LYNNE RANG SHE SAID I MUST GET THIS DOG OUT OF THIS FLAT, CAN I BRING IT UP JOHN SAID YES, AND IN CAME TINA DRAGGING LYNNE BEHIND HER.
WHAT A WHIRL WIND SHE WAS, YOU WOULD NOT BELIEVE HOW MANY PIECES YOU CAN GET OUT OF THREE CAR SPONGES, JOHN SAID IT LOOKED LIKE IT HAD BEEN SNOWING. TINA WENT TO A NICE COUPLE AT PLAINS FARM ON THE 15/09/2007.






































2 comments:

lynne said...

yes i remember that night the second foster dog is important its important to get the timing right as well you had only been dogless for about one hour and were obviously feeling a bit low having gave up a dog you had become very attached to tina arrived wound up to breaking point, fleas jumping everywhere, tina was dashing round like a lunatic desparate for all the things she had not had in her short life like exercise and appropiate attention and your arms were full again i left feeling good. one the dog was in the right hands and two those hands were filled with so much needy dog that they did not have time to grieve, thank god for fosterers and i think tina was a gift from the gods as the timing was just so perfect

taz and all the dogs in need said...

Now cut the smut Lynne, we all dread your call, what about sheena, even before Sally and Molly had left lol lol. AND what about Cleo, John had not managed to get home after homing Alfie to his lovely new owners again a big lol, we all know you are great really he, he, he