Since surrendering Buddy, I have kept in contact with the ESRA Indiana representative, and on May 13 I contacted her about a female Springer in a shelter in Indianapolis. The shelter said she had severe ear infections, matts, and possible skin issues. I was not the first person to contact Lynn, and later that day she let me know they were getting Latte. She was estimated to be 8-10 years old and knew several tricks. Lynn took Latte to her vet and found out she had 3 different types of ear infections, cancer, kennel cough, and a thyroid problem. The cancer had spread and they made the difficult decision to let her go yesterday. RIP sweet Latte! I wish you could have stayed to know the love of a family again!
Attached is a picture of Latte in the shelter. I wish I had one of her after her haircut.
Owned by one silly Springer Spaniel, and many others who have left their pawprints on my heart!
Some people believe holding on and hanging in there are signs of great strength. However, there are times when it takes much more strength to know when to let go, and then do it. --Ann Landers