Lucy is also known as Chitz-Chitz (this is the Romanian version of the sound a mouse makes) because she is cute and quiet as a mouse. She is so very loving to people and would love to spend her life in a home of her own. She was found in a forest near Moreni, where people abandon pets they no longer have use for. They leave them in the forest, so they can be sure the pets won´t come back home. Usually, cars or forest rangers solve their problem. We often find abandoned dogs in that forest, we once heard of puppies being left in a closed bag on the side of the road or even chained to a tree; their owners probably didn´t want to take any chances of them ever finding their way back home. Lucy was lucky enough to be found by Marilena, who couldn´t pass by indifferent. She has been with Marilena since early 2011, but we could never find a proper home for her.
|Just look at her face, this is her dream...LOVE|
Lucy was adopted for a brief period, by Marilena´s mother, but this lady says Lucy ate one of her chickens, which is a capital offence for Romanians. So, Lucy came back to Happy Paws and she is still waiting for a family who won´t raise any birds under her nose. We believe dogs are naturally curious and playful and once they feel the taste of blood, things get serious. But dogs and birds shouldn´t be kept together. Lucy is available for adoption to a loving family, preferably not a lot of dogs or cats around and not very young children. She is lovable, but prefers a quiet home.