Lucy

Lucy

Lucy has been adopted! When the folks from a local shelter picked up Lucy, the Senior Saint with a limp and vision problems thought, “Would I ever be loved?” And then, it happened….

Rebecca, Glenn, Daisy and Belle saw her and they immediately knew they wanted to adopt her. Even before she left our vet clinic, she had a new bed, harness, matching leash, and new fun doggy stuff… all just for her, from her future family. Rebecca called daily checking on “her girl.” Lucy has a new name, Maggie, and she has a new pep in her step, as she leads her sisters around. Or they lead her, depending on which one climbs down the van’s ramp first! With all the Bulldog love in this family, we know their future will be filled with happiness.

Please welcome Lucy to Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue. From volunteer Dianne: I have seen this look so many times in the past nine years… The look of, “Who are you? Why am I here? I want to go home.” Lucy was picked up in her golden years as a stray, taken to a local shelter, and then no one came for her. There’s no way she could have ran away – she walks slow and with a limp. Her vision is poor because she has had dry eye for way too long. Her nails are long and her ears are dirty. Someone stopped loving Lucy a long time ago. What probably started out as a puppy love affair years ago, ended up on the cold concrete floor at a shelter.

When our volunteer, Tiffany, saw Lucy at a local shelter, she began the process of visiting with her daily, waiting with her for her family to come. Well, that day never came and this morning, Tiffany was there as the shelter’s doors opened. Lucy left to start her new life with a family of rescued dogs just like herself, once loved and adored and then wanted no more. Lucy is named after the character in The Chronicles of Narnia.