Our Success Stories
Cha Cha has had a hard life
for his short 5 years. Heís lived the last 2 1/2 years in a home with
two male dogs and one of them was beating him up on a daily basis. We
first met Cha Cha back in mid October, 2003. In between the time we met
him and were able to get him into rescue, he had not only grayed significantly,
but had also lost a lot of weight. Donít let that grey mug fool you, he
is really a goofy boy with lots of energy and personality.
He found the perfect home
with his new parents. He's an only "child" and the spoiled rotten apple
of their eye.
It is with
great sadness that we add this note to any page for any of our
beloved boxer friends. ChaCha started having seizures in his forever home
and it was terribly difficult for all involved to see this brave hearted,
grey faced boy who had already seen so much disorientation in his life now
have to struggle to find dignity and peace. He was assisted to the bridge
in loving arms late in October of 2005. We know he is at peace now and runs
with the dignity he so deserved here on Earth but struggled to find.