Photo Comments Age: 9 Years Sex: Female Weight: 51-100 lbs
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December 15th 2004
Sitting calmly next to my new Mommy
Not being able to see my old Mommy, or Tess or Aldo (he may have hated me, but I love everyone!)
Not sure yet - cat food, so far!!!!
Florida. I miss my mommy.
I humped Ziggy and he's twice my size and I'm a girl!!!! HAHAHA!!
I will elaborate more later... but this is truly the story of love and devotion, Catster- and Dogster- style.
Noelle is Laurel Jaffer's dog. Laurel died unexpectedly, leaving behind her two cats, Aldo and Tess, and Noelle. When Laurel was found, Noelle was taken to the pound and the landlord opened the house, letting out Tess and Aldo.
This is where the love comes in. The catsters and dogsters of the world united to get all of Laurel's beloved furrmily into a good home. With Hazel Lucy as Headquarters, she coordinated catsters and dogsters from all over the WORLD in their efforts to locate and rescue Tess, Aldo and Noelle. Foster parents, searchers, Go-fers, donors - you name it and catsters and dogsters were there.We not only were able to get custody of Noelle (due to the incredible effort from Mollie the dog's mommy), but we raised enough money to fly her here to Albuquerque to start a new life with the ABQ-tees.
Aldo has been found and is living with Ele's family, until he goes to his new furrever home in Baltimore.
Tess is still missing. Please purr for her to be caught, so she can be with Aldo.
I come from a long and distinguished line of Greater American Trufflehounds... While the Lesser American Trufflehounds were bred for seeking these valuable mushrooms in the swampy lowlands, Greater American Trufflehounds seek them in the mountains and and higher altitude, which is why we have stout bodies and longer legs. Our big snout makes it easy to pick up the scent and our GINORMOUS TONGUES make it possible to start cleaning the mushrooms once we find them. Unfortunately, we were SO good at hunting truffles, that the American truffle became extinct right around the Revolutionary War.... so no one needed us anymore. Although the AKC doesn't recognize us, our breed has been kept alive by the valiant efforts of a select few believers, including my mommy, Laurel Jaffer. My new mommy promises to keep up the tradition.
Some theorize that the Greater and Lesser American Trufflehounds were the first attempt at crossing a vietnamese pot-bellied pig with a dog. I beg to differ. *indignant snort*
Greater American Trufflehound
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