Yesterday, we were asked by a friend who volunteers for local rescue to take on Trudie, a young female Border Collie who had been with them since early December.
Trudie was rescued at the Nth hour from the Chowchilla shelter, where she was being loaded on a truck to be euthanized. Fortunately she was saved. She has been with the Last Hope Cat Kingdom out of Atwater, CA since then and was transferred to our rescue, the Border Collie Rescue of Northern California, yesterday. Her previous foster couldn’t keep her anymore due to her other dog not liking Trudie. Also, they wanted to give her a better chance at finding her forever home.
Trudie is 1 1/2- 2 years old, spayed, healthy and ready to find her new home. She is a petite BC at about 25 lbs and has smooth coat. She is a very athletic and lithe little girl and gets along well with dogs, strangers and children. She is very friendlyand loves to go for rides. All in all, she a good dog with a lot of unused potential.
We also have another foster dog named Lily, who we’ve had almost two weeks. Lily had a bad reaction to her spay surgery, thus the reason why I haven’t had her up on this blog yet. She is about ready to be up for adoption soon and Lily and Trudie get along great. Trudie already has a potential adopter, so we’re waiting to see if she goes there. Trudie also has a problem with cats, so we may not remain her foster parents in the chance she doesn’t get adopted shortly. Other than her cat problem though, Trudie is a great girl. 🙂