Blonda is a 5 year old female Labrador Cross. Blonda and her family are the reason why Ali’s hope for dogs exists. I first knew about her and her family back in 2014, yes I know, too many years ago. Back then I was fostering dogs for another rescue, there were so many needing homes but this picture touched my heart and stayed with me. Her brother Blondy was hit by a car back in 2015 and he suffered a bad fracture to one of his legs, I guess this was his lucky escape as he was taken off the streets and came into Ali’s care where eventually he came to me for foster. He never left me and is now my very precious special boy. While Blonda and the rest of the family remained living on the streets, I knew in my heart I had to help them too. So I set up my own rescue and named it after the person who loved, fed and cared for them.
In 2016 Blonda was taken by the dog catchers and dragged by the dreaded pole into the nuturious death camp Breasta. Of course Ali rescued her from there and took her to safe foster. She howled all night and all day long because she missed her family so we made the decision to take her brother, Tigger off the streets and make him safe too. Which brings me to the present. Tigger and Blonda travelled to the UK in September 2017, Tigger soon found a wonderful home but I felt Blonda needed a little longer to settle, Blonda is such a loving, special girl, she lives happily with other dogs but I feel she would suit a home as an only dog, someone who can give her the love she deserves and devote their time just for her.
Blonda is clean in the house, she can walk on a lead but does stop if traffic passes and once passed will then carry on. She loves her special human very much, she is loyal and responds well to their commands, she also travels well in the car and is such an easy dog. I can see her living happily in a home with someone who will give her the patience and understanding she needs and who also wants a dog who only needs the occasional walk, someone who maybe is semi retired as she is good to be left for a few hours.
Blonda is such a loving and quiet dog and I love her dearly, she has adapted so well to domestic life, welcomes visitors with open paws, this girl just wants to be loved and is now ready for her happy ending. Blonda will have a full health check before adoption, she is fully vaccinated, spayed and is ready for her happy ever after.