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Shania & Shiloh (Adopted)

Catahoula Leopard Dog
Picture of Shania & Shiloh (Adopted), a female Catahoula Leopard Dog

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Home:Roundup, MT  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 8 Years   Sex: Female

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-dog rescue

Arrival Story:
Shania is the little girl, the black one. We believe they are Catahoula mixes. Shiloh is her littermate. I saw their photo in a shelter, and one other littermate was adopted. Knowing they were black dogs and there are so many, I felt they would never get anyone to take them, Georgia shelters have so few adopters.

We were found in a high kill shelter in Georgia by Catahoula Rescue. No one was showing any interest in saving us and there were no adopters. We were scared and missing our home, we wondered how we ended up here. We are littermates. We were rescued and now we are trying to get well so we can fly to British Columbia where a foster home awaits us and adopters already anxious to come visit with us to see if we are a match for them.

I've Been On Dogster Since:
December 26th 2007 More than 7 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:

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passed- Dec
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JellybeanSouth Sloughs
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My Diary


February 26th 2008 10:45 am
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Shania and I are adopted now. We have new names, Daisy and Angus. Our families in British Columbia love us and we are happy to finally have a FUREVER HOME. Thanks to everyone who donated so we could fly up there and who kept cheering us on our journey to happiness. Shelter life stinks and we are so happy that is behind us.

SIGNED.. a contented sighing SHILOH/ANGUS



February 5th 2008 10:28 pm
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We are really happy in British Columbia. Our foster Mom is teaching us so many new things, I have gone to my new home and have a new name Daisy instead of Shania. Shiloh doesn't miss me much, he likes all the spoiling he gets since I am gone. Our foster Mom says we are the most wonderful dogs and if we had been put to sleep in the shelter that it would have been a sad waste. She loves Shiloh and would like to keep him but she can't, so she will cry when he goes to his new home. We have just had wonderful days here with our foster Mom. It was worth the exciting airplane ride from Georgia. We were so glad to get out of that awful shelter.



January 12th 2008 1:09 am
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Yes, we are getting our vet work behind us (UGH) and we are going to be flying out probably by the end of the week next week to British Columbia to our foster Mom's home. She has some people that are waiting for us to come so they can meet us. They are wanting to adopt some nice puppies and everyone is telling them we are nice. So we will be putting our best foot forward as we step onto British Columbia soil. We are a little afraid of the airplane ride but we are told by others that it will be a piece of cake. Will it put butterflies in our tummies? We hope NOT! We will let you know how things go and we will send new photos from time to time. Thank you Dogster for being here for us, a place to share our new life.

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