(We’ve had a lot of “personal” posts lately, not necessarily home-improvement-related. We’ll get back to those next with some fun before/afters and even a Mr. Dreamer post about an incredibly manly project he recently completed. For now, grant us a post to boast about our new addition…)
You may recall, we already had a “Paris in the Dream” post – but this time we’re being literal.
No, we’re not talking about a socialite. We’re talking about a dog.
We adopted Paris into the Dream family in November 2009. She came to us from Love-a-Bull rescue. The awesome volunteers there took care of her for months – providing thousands of dollars in veterinary care and countless hours of attention and nursing to get her back to health. You see, she had a long road to recovery…
In early August 2009, Paris was the victim of a hit and run. The impact broke her hip and sent her flying across the road. She laid in agony for some time.
She caused another accident as a car swerved to avoid her helpless little body. Finally, a good Samaritan scooped her up and took her to an emergency vet. She was then taken to the Arizona Humane Society. She had no collar or microchip – so they gave her pain meds and kept her for a mandatory 72 hours. Her owners never came forward.
Love-a-Bull volunteers then swooped in and saved the day! She was immediately taken to a great bully-vet for surgery. Organizations lined up with grants to pay for her care and foster families fought over who would care for this sweet little girl.
Once that ordeal was over, she was up for adoption – and the Dreamers (along with Bowdoin) gladly took her in.
Today, Paris is sassy, sweet, and a solidified Dreamette. Looking at these pictures of her journey, we can’t imagine her that way now. She is an older gal and moves a bit slow – but that barely holds her back.
So, that’s the story of how the newest Dreamer came to be a member of the fam. If her story touches you in any way – we ask that you, as we do, donate to Love-a-Bull rescue so more bullies can have a happy ending to their stories.