We have discovered that Miss Cambree must have had a very tortured past. She has displayed several episodes of sudden, unpredictable and extreme human aggression in her foster home. After consultation with our vet, it was decided that our only option was to take her out of her agony and help her cross the Rainbow Bridge. This is always a very difficult decision for rescue, our fosters and vets.
What’s a sweet young girl to do when she finds herself lost on the streets of the city. Thankfully, these nice people with the city picked me up and took me to a shelter to wait for my parents to find me. I waited, but they never came. I wish I knew why they did not look for me. But this nice man picked me up, hugged and hugged on me and gave me a ride to this vet for me to be checked out. The man promised me I would be going to a great home where I would be loved and treated well. I might even get other Bulldogs to play with. Soon I will go to a forever home. The man said he did not know my name and I couldn’t tell him. So he gave me a beautiful new name, Cambree. I am just over a year old, spayed, in good health, full of energy, good on a leash and love to go on long walks. Can your home be my forever home?