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Monday, April 30, 2018

"BAMBI" aka "RATATOUILLE" happy update

Happy Update Apr 2018  
"We adopted Ratatouille, now Bambi back in February. This Italian Greyhound is now in a loving home. I’m sure there are more great animals to adopt and love. I hope the discount will help encourage more people to check this this shelter out. It was worth the over 30 mile drive to find such a loving family member."  Jennifer O, Mcas Facebook post


ADOPTED!
Feb 2018 

 the Italian Greyhound Rescue NW website:
Information About Italian Greyhounds
"Italian Greyhounds are a very special breed of dog.  They are incredibly affectionate, playful, athletic, smart and beautiful.  On the other hand, they can be sensitive, physically fragile, demanding and high maintenance.  IG owners recognize the trade-offs and find the “price” of living with an IG well worth it."

Available for adoption at Multnomah County Animal Services!

here's my Mcas weblink
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Hi, I'm Ratatouille, a sweet and shy little Italian Greyhound mix lady searching for a new home. I can be shy at first but give me a few minutes and a tasty treat or two and I'll be cuddled up on your lap in no time! I am really happiest being where my people are. Any children in my new home should be 8 years or older due to my fearfulness. I would love nothing more than to be your best friend and learn to be brave and walk well on leash. As I'm young, I'm still learning about things like house-training and manners. If you are seeking a relaxed and curious friend to keep you company through your life, then I am the dog for you! Through thick and thin, I will be by your side. I have meet other same-sized dogs here at the shelter and done well! THERE WILL BE A SIGN UP SHEET OUTSIDE THE SHELTER FOR ME 2/9/18 AT 11AM. THE SHELTER OPERATES ON A FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVE BASIS. 
 Ratatouille was just spayed the day of these pics, and still resting.



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