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ment since she first came home with me on Friday. The doctor assured me it was probably her nerves.“She’s been through a lot over the last few days,” he said. Honey stayed with us for one final


night, before I dropped her off the fol- lowing morning for her surgery. Canine Estates would pick her up the following morning to begin fostering her. It was sad to release her. She had stolen my heart the moment I laid eyes on her in the parking lot at Animal Services. Then, a few days later, Jayne


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Sidwell of Canine Estates emailed to let me know that Honey had been adopted. They would be delivering her to the new family, who lived in Dunedin. Jayne asked if I would like to be present. I had already met the family during Adoptapalooza. John had fallen instantly in love with Honey. I will never forget his sweet face, and pleading eyes as he held her. Joan, his wife, told me that they were looking for a second dog as a com- panion to their older dog, Lucy. I had arrived at their home after


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the paperwork and formalities had been taken care of with Canine Estates. Honey, still uncomfortable from her sur- gery, was in Joan’s arms. “She seems like she might be in a little pain, and a little sad,” Joan said. “Would you like to hold her?” As I took Honey in my arms, she looked up at me and began to wag her tail. “Are you sure you’re okay with this?” Joan asked me. I assured her that I was most definitely just fine. We walked outside into a beautiful


garden. As we were talking, Honey walked and sniffed about. Suddenly she stopped to take her first bowel move- ment in almost a week. Relieved, she ran around the yard like a little clown as we laughed. Coincidence? Of course not. She knew she was finally home.


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