The very first time I saw Candy Apple, she was a tiny pup, part of a large litter born in a hoarding situation in Arkansas. She and her mom and nine siblings were rescued by a national group and transported to WARL. Candy Apple, and her brother Funnel Cake, spent several hours in my office the day of a big adoption event. Sachin (see Sparky posts) and his family fawned over both pups and had a hard time deciding on just one. After a lot of going back and forth the family of four adopted Funnel Cake who grew into the very large and much-loved Sparky. Candy Apple was adopted shortly thereafter, but was returned to WARL before she was fully grown. Something was very different when she came back -- her timid personality did not resemble the outgoing pup that I remembered. But, several months later, the confident, happy-go-lucky, tail-wagging Juma (formerly Candy Apple) came for a visit. She adores her forever family and her forever family loves her. We love photo and email updates. It's even better to get in-person (in-dog?) visits.
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