"Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will."
Mahatma Gandhi

Monday, November 1, 2010


In August we were a temporary foster home for the lovely Lucy, a Miniature Schnauzer.  You can read about her story in earlier posts, about how she was freed from a Puppy Mill to Schnauzer Paws Rescue.  Lucy was blind from juvenile cataracts, and in Rescue she received vision-saving surgery.  

Her permanent foster Mom, Denise, worked incredibly hard for this dear Lucy girl.  They were together for 10 months.  Denise's was the first real home Lucy had ever been in, Denise's love the first she ever received.   Lucy's happy story continues, as she and her foster friend Lady were recently adopted together.  Here is a picture of the lucky ladies after their new mom took them for a day of beauty. 

If you look back through this blog at the pictures of Lucy from August, you'll see the transformation is absolutely remarkable.  What a wonderful happy beginning for both of these girls, but especially for Lucy.  

You can visit Lucy and Lady's blog at schnauzerladies.blogspot.com

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