Many collies have come and quickly gone to new homes.
We have many approved applicants and we managed to pair some quickly.
If you would like to be considered for an adoption, please make sure you have a recent application on file. You can find the application here. Or contact us and I will send you one. We will get back to you ASAP.
We hope we can find the RIGHT collie for you.
And remember to let us know if you are not yet on our private mailing list and would like to be added. If you've changed your email address, or want off the mail, please let us know.
WEB SITE ISSUES HAVE BEEN RESOLVED. SAFE TO GO ANYWHERE ON THE SITE. EVEN TO DONATE.
But there are a lot of ways to donate. Go directly to our PAYPAL where you can use your credit card if you wish. Put in as a purchase or friends and family (not donation) and they won't take a fee. Or you can send a check to CFR. Contact me for the address.
We are still looking for this beautiful girls family. She was found wandering and dirty in St. Mary's GA. After much searching, posting calling vets, groomers, etc, no owner has yet been found. Honey is here with me in Gainesville and will be vetted on Tues.
I first posted Sarah on facebook... now to be known as HONEY (she really doesn't recognize any name) and have received a great response. I fail fostering miserably. That's why I have 6. And I feel I need to share her into a great new home. Otherwise i'd keep this super girl. Honey tends to radiate toward men more than women, though she loves everyone.
She doesn't seem to be bothered by my crew and immediately showed me she was housebroken. All seemed to have settled down (except Hunter who wants attention.) and the house is surprisingly peaceful. She's been here about 4 hours and still exploring or finding a quiet place to sit. She is SO lay back. Honey is a small collie with a magnificent coat. I can't tell is she is a white headed sable merle (is there such a thing?) or a very intense sable merle. Or maybe pure for sable. She does have a blue haw in one eye.The only brown is the usual small spot on her tail. So far I have not heard her bark. Either someone is missing her or they passed away. I can't find a reason for ANYONE to have given her up. I thinking closer to 5 or 6 than old. We'll know more on Tuesday. She is so dirty. A bath tomorrow. Thank goodness no bugs....so far.
HUNTER An amazing journey
UPDATE on Hunter
Hunter fought the valiant fight but lost to the incessantly aggressive disease of Degenerative Myelopathy.
A wonderful support group allowed us to keep him busy, happy and viable for many months.
He finally let me know it was time to go. His ashes sit in a beautiful box along with the others who have come and gone.