jueves, noviembre 04, 2010

Camila



Bueno, pues aunque Alex y yo realmente no teníamos planes de crecer la familia perruna, decidimos adoptar a esta hemosura.... simplemente cómo podríamos ignorar esta mirada?
Camila llegó hace 2 semanas y descubrimos que estaba enferma. Tenía fuerte infección en su útero y además estaba anémica. Estaba muy débil y flacucha, apenas se sostenía.
La operaron el lunes de la semana pasada y todos estos días han formado parte de su recuperación, así que hemos andado algo ocupados en casa cuidándola y manteniendo al resto de la manada tranquilos para que ella pudiera sanar (lo cual fue una parte difícil!).

y es un verdadero amor!

al parecer tiene 3 años. Es callada y amable...me sigue a todos lados y cada día se recupera más y comienza a verse cómoda y confiada en su nuevo hogar...

Well, although Alex and I really didn't have plans to grow up our canine family, we decided to adopt this hemosura .... just ...how we could ignore that look?
Camila arrived 2 weeks ago and we discovered she was sick. She had heavy infection in her uterus and it was anemic. She was very weak and skinny, almost could holding up by herself. She had a surgery on Monday of last week and the following days have been part of her recovery, so we've gone a little busy at home taking care of she and keeping the rest of the members away from her to let her heal (and that was very hard!).

and she is so lovely!!

Apparently she is 3 years old. She is quiet and kind... she follows me everywhere and every day is recovering more and starting to look more comfortable and confident in their new home ...




13 comentarios:

  1. Que hermosa esta Camila, esperemos que pronto se recupere al 100%. Saludos =D

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  2. oh, que bonita y el nombre que escogieron es perfecto. Estoy segura que Camila esta mil veces agradecida por su nuevo hogar. Gracias por darle un hogar!

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  3. cutest dog ever! So sweet of you to take care of her so well!

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  4. Who could resist a face like that? What a cutie pie!! Glad to know she is on the mend.

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  5. She is a cutie! I'm glad she found her place in your home. She is one lucky pup. Thank you for opening your heart to help her. xo

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  6. What a look - yes, it can not be ignored! :) I wish all the best to lovely Camila!

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  7. loved Camila!!
    mine is called Donna... but she's in Brazil...
    miss her very very very much!
    your post made me think a lot about her, and how I wish to be able to get a puppy here in France... ;o)

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  8. ah pero que shula mushasha!! ya la quiero conocerts!!! a ver que tal es de portada la shiquilla...!! besitos!! :D

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  9. Oh, she's adorable, Rosamaria!! She has such a kind face and how lucky for her that you decided to take her in! Wishing you and her all the best for a speedy recovery!

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  10. Oh my...she can just be loved with that cute look! Hope she gets well soon. Nothing's like living together with pets, I'm sure you both will profite from another. ;o)

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  11. what a sweet dog! I hope she is recovering okay and that she starts feeling back to normal soon!

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  12. Que carona!! Realmente cómo negarle algo a esos ojazos! Es preciosa!

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