Friday, October 03, 2014

Lila was found on Sunday, September 27th and has been returned to the loving arms of her foster Mom. Lila has now been labeled a "very high flight risk" so she will remain in rescue. I would agree that she has definitely earned that title. The picture captured here was taken by her Mom on her first night home. If that is not a smile of contentment, I don't know what would be. Lila has seen the vet and declared to be 100% healthy. She lost weight on her adventure but did not pick up worms or any other parasites. Her eye was red upon rescue but could be due to stress. Another wonderful boston rescue located in the same city where Lila went missing not only helped to search for her daily, they set a humane trap in an area where paw prints and nesting had been found. On the seventh morning, Lila was found in the trap. She was so happy to be found, she kept leaning into her rescuers, who by the way were the daughter and friend of Old Dominion Boston Terrier Rescue's President in Chesapeake. I am not sure how much traffic this blog gets any more but I could not leave her story unfinished. Welcome Home Lila Rae. You will never know how many people were searching for you, either physically or virtually. That is okay, I think you know enough.