P. O. Box 902, Hudson, New York 12534
Rudy has just found his wonderful, forever home. I just spoke with the family on Thursday and wanted to give them some time before I confirmed he's a keeper. You know how those things can be. But we made a great decision in waiting it out -- Rudy is happy as can be!
Rudy's new home is with a woman whose daughter is slowly going blind from early childhood. She's now an adult (doesn't live at home anymore) and is in her last year of college. The home is a nice, quiet home with no other dogs and a wonderfully friendly cat who has instantly become his friend. She head butts him and he kisses and cleans her. They are just too cute together. He has a totally fenced in yard where he just wanders around -- he's the lackadaisical king -- and he's in his glory.
Thank you for posting Rudy. This week my mission is to take him off all boards and sites -- and post his success story!!!!
Thanks again -- Pat & RUDY
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