Monday, November 30, 2009

Rosemary



Rosemary was found on the side of I-94 when one of our volunteer couples was leaving town on Wednesday. She was trembling with terror pressed up against the cement barrier as eight lanes of traffic flew past -- someone must have dumped her on the freeway. She is a little beat up--some bite scars and other owees--but she is amazingly sweet. Submissive, gentle, and loving from the first second. She likes to be hugged and kissed and walks calmly on a leash. She does fine with the resident dog and didn't seem to mind the cat (though the cat very much minds her.) She will be getting spayed asap and needs a foster home stat. She does barks for a while when she has to go in her kennel, and the finders are at their pet limit.

Anyone interested in fostering or adopting this Thanksgiving miracle should contact us at hydeparkcats@gmail.com. Foster parents can be reimbursed for all of their expenses, and food is provided. She is being sponsored and adopted out through Chicagoland Bully Breed Rescue. Rosemary just needs a loving, safe place to stay until she finds her forever family.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Lucky Rosemary to have received this couple's compassion. I wish her much more to compensate for the mistreatment she has suffered, poor honey.

Yvette said...

d be the angle, but it looks like one of her teets is hanging like she;s probably had a litter already.

Yvonne said...

Yep, Yvette. You are right. The vet thinks she was a teen mom. All we know for sure is that she is a major sweet heart.