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Cuddly Farrah is Looking for a New Home

Pets Looking for People is dedicated to finding good homes for pets in need.

Farrah  Photo Courtesy:Mary Hunt Davis Photography
Farrah Photo Courtesy:Mary Hunt Davis Photography
Editor's Note: Pets Looking for People is written by Elinor Donahue

Want a pooch that’ll be there for you?  Come meet delightful Farrah.  This is a cuddly girl, a German shepherd/collie mix, who’s so tuned in to her human friends that she knows when someone is having a bad day. 


What Farrah does is come up and comfort them with a nuzzle that says, “Pet me and see how much better that’ll make you feel.”  And it does.  Farrah lives at Francisvale Home for Smaller Animals in Radnor where she hangs out in the office, waiting for a home of her own. Really, she thinks she owns the place.  Her favorite napping spot is in front of the bathroom door and she’s insulted if you don’t want her to go in with you. Farrah is affectionate, loves to snuggle and is well-behaved with everyone. She’s great with children and would be a wonderful addition to the family (but no other dogs or cats, please). 


She’s such a good girl; she knows her commands, even a few tricks, and is happy with just a bed and a bone.  What’s she’s ecstatic about are car rides.  Loves ‘em! Farrah came to Francisvale as a stray (she keeps her story to herself), and had a bad eye that needed medical treatment. It was a benign tumor, which was removed along with her eye, but she sees fine with the other and it doesn’t affect her life a bit.


Farrah does have her quirks. She’s very light sensitive so sunbeams, shiny objects that reflect (like metal bowls) and the like set her to barking.  Who knows why; but it means she’ll want an experienced dog owner.  Farrah is five or six years old, a sweetheart, just hoping someone will see her beauty and take her home.

 

Come meet Farrah at Francisvale Home for Smaller Animals in Radnor.  Call 610-688-1018 or e-mail francisvaleadoptions@gmail.comOn the web go to www.francisvalehome.org.

 

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