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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Special black lab looking for a home

T'Oliver’s heart is about to be broken. The family that adopted her from the South Euclid Humane Society has made the heart-breaking decision to give her up because it can't offer her the time and attention she deserves.

Of course, T'Oliver doesn’t understand this. She’ll know only that someone is going to take her away from the people she loves.

Can you turn T'Oliver’s heart-break into a dream-come-true?

Her bio: "Her rescuer called her Lammy because she was 'on the lam' - lost and alone, wandering the streets. Someone took the time to house train her, to teach her to sit, to give her paw. So why didn’t they take the time to look for her? It soon became clear that this special girl really is sweet and gentle as a lamb. T'Oliver is one of 'those dogs' - the kind that all other dogs will be compared to."

T'Oliver is a roughly 2-year-old, 50-pound black lab mix. She has been spayed and has all her shots. She is house-broken, high-energy and playful, but also calm, affectionate and cuddly. She loves people and dogs, though it's uncertain how she'd respond to cats. This strong girl just needs some help walking with a leash, and a safe place to run.

An adoption fee and home visit are required before adoption. Anyone interested in T'Oliver should call Laura Bruck at 216-297-0360.

-- Sandra M. Klepach,


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