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London rehomed on August 4th, 2012.
Thank you very much for your help!
We could find a foster family for London in Tokyo.
Thank you very much!
ARK is now seeking for a foster family for London, one of the Shih-Tzu dogs that ARK rescued in March. （ http://www.arkbark.net/?q=ja/node/4201 ）
When we rescued London, she was already blind as she lived in a horrible environment.
She needed surgery to remove her atrophied eye balls.
Although we have been looking for a new family to adopt her, so far,unfortunately, nobody has come forward because she is 12 years old and has lost her both eyes.
However, we don’t want to give up.
We definitely would like to give London a peaceful life as a house dog. She is blessed with a special destiny that enabled her to survive in that condition in spite of the fact that she is old.
London is quiet, calm and gentle, an easy dog to live with.
She can recognize each of us by smell and voice.
She also gets along with other dogs and we are sure she will be OK for a family who already have dogs.
London likes going outside. Although she can’t see things, she can still enjoy sniffing around and feeling the breeze.
Would anyone like to be London’s foster family?
ARK will cover the medical and food costs for her.
Please feel free contact ARK office.
Phone: 072-737-0712 (10:00am-5:00pm)
E-mail: email@example.com (available 24 hours!)
We look forward to your contact!
(We of course continue to look for a new family for London as well!)
|Our priority now is on housing the remaining 16 dogs from the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami, many of whom have owners, but who are unable to take them back. The area (land) where the Earthquake dogs are now housed, has been rented for many years but now due to changing circumstances of the owners, is due to be returned to them. That means there is some urgency in building new kennels for them in Sasayama. Your continuing support is appreciated.|