FAMILY FROM OUR WEDDING

Sunday, May 25, 2008

LUCKY GETS A NEW HOME

This afternoon Lucky found a new home.. she was given to someone I know and that my family knows through business. So I can keep up with her and know she is doing well.. she took right away to the family .. not looking back that much.. There was a very sweet little girl who is this couples granddaughter who said.. " We don't have to take her , we can go home.." as she looked at my husband's sad face. She must have been 4 years old.. she introduced me to her baby doll... just a loving and sweet little girl who Lucky seemed to really like.. i just felt so badly for Steve...He kept encouraging me to find good home.. and I mentioned Lucky to this person.. He was very interested and called me this afternoon. Lucky will have her own back yard.. she will be allowed in the house and will have children to play with as well. Though it was hard for Steve .. and for myself.. but worse for him since he spent more time with her.. we know we did the right thing... I just felt so horrible knowing that this made Steve so sad yet comforted too knowing he knows we did the right thing for Lucky.. the nice thing is we can keep up with her as well.. We did rescue her, see that she was up to date on all shots as well as spayed. She also is crate and leash trained as well as house trained... We did a Mitzvah ( good thing) and that is all that matters. Yet I still feel guilty.. oh well...
wish me well
wish you well too..

4 comments:

buddha_girl said...

Awww...you give Steve a hug for me, ok?

I am sure that Lucky is feeling just THAT right now. A home, a yard, and a little girl to chase. Very good times for a doggie!

MargieAnne said...

It's always hard to part with friends, especially the 4 legged kind. Bless you both for caring for the dog and finding Lucky a nice new home.
Blesings and a big hug

Laura said...

A good home is very important and you have done your part to find that for Lucky. I do know how hard it is though to say goodbye...

Ann(ie) said...

Don't feel guilt, girlie. YOu found that doggy a wonderful, loving home!! And she still gets to see you. Sounds perfect!