Half a year ago, little Ray was wandering the streets of Hungary. But he got culled and was left in a cage in the Killing Station amongst all the big, scary dogs.Then one day, Ronnie who was also culled from the streets joined him in the cage with other big dogs. Ronnie is a little older and more delicate.Immediately they sought out each other’s company and protected each other from the big, scary dogs.
One day, a lady called Hilda came to the Killing Station and found the two of them huddled together, shaking with fear. Immediately she raised enough funds through the Hungary Hearts Dog Rescue charity to take them both to safety. They both ended up in a foster home in Hungary and over time, Hilda learnt how close they have become. It would be wrong now to separate them. So even though there were adopters for the both of them, Hilda decided to wait it out for them to be re-homed together.
They are now at a foster home in Buckinghamshire and we went to visit them. This is me with Ray. Mummy thinks they both have a bit of George likeness – think there’s Yorkie in Ray and Yorkie and Shih-Tzu in Ronnie.They are now on a farm where they are living with loving fosterers and four other dogs. They go for walks with doggies big and small.But now and then they like to wander off on their own together. Vanessa said – they have their own agenda. 🙂So George and I went to herd them back in! LOL! Not really – just a good photo. Because of all the dogs, George is the one that needs herding!
They have their own beds but they love sleeping with each other. We brought them a Valentine heart each – because they are such sweethearts. That’s what “kedves” means! And the good news is that there is lovely lady who came to see them last week – and fell in love with the both of them. So it looks like they might be going to their new home – soon. Let’s keep our fingers crossed and hope it all works out.
May’s comment: If not for a well-screwed on head (for the moment), and the fact that Ray and Ronnie have been spoken for (well, at least the home checks are going ahead), I would be so tempted to take them both!!!! Not only because they are very sweet, they are one helluva lot easier to manage than ONE George! Maybe because Ray is a little too tubby to run very fast now, but the two of them are so cute together. They are perfect London dogs – they need pavement walks and manicured parks to keep that white fur clean and trimmed. 🙂 They waddle around, they sleep next to each other, they are not lively monkeys and athletic like George. I don’t think they are interested in squirrels. Haven’t stopped thinking about them. I know they will have a beautiful life together in their new home – but if the adoption falls through, I will be on a campaign to have my friends adopt them so I can always have access to them.
Thank you Hungary Hearts Dog Rescue for continuing to do what is right and best for the doggies you have rescued. It has been five months since they were rescued and they have kept their promise to find the right home for the both of them together.
Ray is a happy boy of about two years old. He is robust and loves to play. Ronnie is a bit more fragile and while she loves cuddles, she needs to be handled gently. She doesn’t really know how to play. We think she’s at least six years old.
Does anyone want George? LOL! Just kidding. I would die of a broken heart if George ever left us. He is one monkey I love to bits. But these two will add nicely to the gang. But NO!!!! NO!!!!! NO!!!! It will mean the end of travel and going out to eat and everything else. I will definitely be the crazy dog lady of Chelsea.
P.S. Very dangerous going to meet these rescues.