Lily-the Blind Great Dane....Homeless Again

Seeing wildwoods post about Lily-I Googled to get an update...and it's not good news unfortunately...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/...d-shropshire-15896294
10:33 Sat 26th Nov 2011
 
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That is a very sad outcome :o(
That is such sad ending, the original story touched a lot of hearts. I hope Lily soon finds her forever human companion.
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It's almost as if they should have stayed permanently with the Dogs Trust....I hope she finds loving,and patient new owners.
it will soon have a new home and will be fine, my lad was blind but it never got him down , put him in the garden the girls would go for a nosey round he would sit happily in the sun by himself.
so long as he heard my voice every so often he knew he was safe

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Oh that is so sad.
Why didn't they keep the blind one as the sighted one would find a home easier surely?
That is a beautiful cat Dr.
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Lankeela-that's exactly what I thought. Maybe they felt they couldn't trust her. What a shame that she is the one to lose out.
I'd have her in a heartbeat if my current old lady were not still around, she's very old now and utterly cantankerous, but not going anywhere just yet I don't think.
Bugger! Why do most of the feel-good stories end up on a sad note!
Is she cat friendly? Some dogs and cats form wonderful relationships and it's not unknown for cats to act as guides.

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