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My husband and I share our lives with six dogs and five cats outside of Tucson. I love taking pictures. I hope you enjoy them.

Monday, February 21, 2011

Meet Mams

Mams was feral,  traveling with a small pack of dogs when we first saw her.  After the majority of her pack decided to live with us, she remained aloof but would  not be far from view.  It took  a year and half before she agreed to honor us with her presence and that was five years ago. Now she only goes out into the acre to sun herself or to take care of her daily needs. Then it's back inside to lay on her blanket.  She is a sweetheart and although she avoids other people, she loves us and for that we are grateful.

9 comments:

Mariodacat said...

Awww - what a blessing she is too. Goes to show that even a feral dog can be tammed down with time, patience, and love.

browndogcbr said...

So wonderful that she accepted your family.

When I was a child a wild Alsatian adopted us. He would accept our food, but never let us closer than a yard or two.

BrownDog's Momma

BZ Training said...

What a beautiful portrait, and what a lucky girl to have found such wonderful humans to look after her. :)

Cat Chat With Caren And Cody said...

you rarely hear about feral dogs at all, especially ones that are gentle and acclimate into their new furever home. Thanks for sharing "Mams" with us!

Donna @ The House on the Corner said...

What a beautiful face!

The Thuglets said...

Cherie thank you for visiting us and your very kind words.

Mams is lovely how wonderful she learnt to trust you.

Your photos are stunning! I love taking pictures. Looking forward to getting to know you and your family.

Karen The Thuglets Mum

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bettyl said...

She's gorgeous! I'm sure she's grateful to have a loving family and home.

ForPetsSake said...

She is really gorgeous! I'm glad she could trust you enough to let those walls down and stay with her pack - which now included you! There's something beautiful in the creation of that bond - LOVE!

laura@imnotatrophywife.com said...

new follower on friday blog hop. Love the story. I have a rescue bernese mountain dog and he lived in our closet for 7 weeks before he would venture into the kitchen and stay awhile. I have a post of him from a few weeks ago, "Owen the Wonder Dog." laura
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