Cinderelley Cinderelley~Adopted

Her Prince is Waiting!

Her Prince is Waiting!

Cinderelley was adopted this morning and Bruce and Robin of Naples, Florida. She will receive training and become Canine Good Citizen certified, just like her new Prince, also a Collie. More updates soon!

Cinderelley Cinderelley

Cinderelley Cinderelley

History: Found as a stray in Lake City, and taken in by a good Samaritan named Charlotte, this gorgeous girl is said to be everything a collie should be. She herds puppies away from the road, sits with her paws crossed, and knows a ton of commands.

 

Kimberly and Cinderelley

Kimberly and Cinderelley

Volunteer transporter, Kimberly Gaines has made arrangements to get off work early today to drive to Ocala and pick her up for us!  I’d like to thank her boss, whoever that may be, for being so kind and understanding.

So, I’m making appointments for Cinderelley to be groomed and get fully vetted this week!  Woo Hoo!

Since she has no history, and has been a stray for quite some time, (living outdoors) we are bracing ourselves for the unknowns.  We don’t know until she is under during her spay if her teeth will need cleaning and/or extractions.  We also won’t know if there are any little surprises, like tumors, etc.  We are also crossing our fingers that she will test negative for heartworm, but it is highly likely that she will test positive.  But this matters not, whatever it is she needs, she will get it, and we will help her find the most wonderful home imaginable so she can live like a real princess!  However, this is why we are asking for a Virtual Foster, someone who will donate toward her veterinary care.  If you can sponsor Cinderelley, please see the donate button below and thank you!

12/18/13 Good morning Cinderelley!  

She arrived last night, but it was dark.  She ate really good, not a greedy gobbler!  Infested with fleas the capstar started working right away.  I de-wormed her, as she is thin.  But this morning in the sunlight, wow… what a mess.  Her feet and the matting under her belly are huge.  I also noticed that she has had a litter recently, maybe in the past six months.  Poor Cinderelley…. maybe she was cast out by her breeder.   I will give myself permission to feel sorry for her for just a few moments, but in an hour or so, we’re’ off to the vet to have a grand makeover!

She met the kids, and was gentle and kind, like a collie should be.  She met the pack, and again, was gentle and kind.  What can I say… there’s no creature more noble than a collie collie!

Please, cross your fingers and say a prayer that her heartworm test is negative.

Lady Victoria adopted in 2011

Lady Victoria adopted in 2011

After reminiscing about all of the collies that have come into our rescue, it dawned on me that Cinderelley could very well be related to Bart, and it is  highly likely that she is related to Lady Victoria.  Both she and Lady Victoria were found in the same manner.  She may also be related to McDreamy and McSteamy as they were all rescued from Lake City.

is this my carriage?

is this my carriage?

Afternoon Update:  Cinderelley is expressing milk.  Did she have a litter recently like I suspected, or is it due to a hormone imbalance.  Regardless, once she is spayed, this imbalance will straighten itself up on its own.

She was incredibly friendly with everyone!  She even let Mary draw blood without being held whatsoever.  She is very gentle taking treats.

What even more important is that she tested Negative for heartworm!  We have estimated her age to be 3-5, and a quick glance says her teeth are in good shape!

Please visit her Facebook Photo Album to see new pictures!

Email us for more information: TheDogLiberator@gmail.com







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