Friday, July 12, 2013

Foster Friday: Find Amelia!

I spy with my little eye....
 
An Amelia!
 
Can you see her?
 
 
 
How about now?  Can you spot an Amelia?
 
 
Ok, ok, ok... I'll show you!
 
There she is!
 
Amelia LOVES to be outside.  Even in the crazy heat, she loves nothing more than to sunbathe until it's time to relax in the shade.  She finally found this cool spot under the bushes and she loves to be there!  The momma couldn't even spot her!
 
Do you have any cool spots in your yard that you like to lay???
 
 
 
Amelia is still available for adoption through Homeward Bound Dog Rescue of NY!  Want to learn more about her? 
Visit her Petfinder page HERE!
 
Also, check out these blog posts about Amelia:

22 comments:

  1. Oh my word! Is that the cutest!!!!!
    Snorts,
    Benny & Lily

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  2. HAHAHA - Amelia, you are too funny! We have a big bush in the corner of our yard that the pooches go behind. We always joke that it is a bit like the Narnia wardrobe - the pooches go into their own little world where time stops. So while they're only actually behind the bush for a few seconds, they've spent hours in their "Hydrangea World"

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  3. She is a good hider!

    Stop on by for a visit
    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com/

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  4. Maybe she is planning a sneaky attack when Corbin passes by!

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  5. WE couldn't see her at furst. Nice Cool hiding spot Amelia.

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  6. We like to run through our bushes and sometimes lay in the dirt under them. Mom and dad don't like how dirty we get though.

    Millie & Walter

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  7. Amelia can really find her secret place. Frappie is the same! He would sun bathe then disappear to his secret place.

    We hope that Amelia will find her furever home though we are happy that we get to see you both in your blog.

    Love,
    Piappies Fudgie, Princess, Frappie, Mocha, Sugar, Wai-Max, Wai-Pai & Forgie

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  8. Ha! You should add 'Where's Waldo" posing to some of her talents.

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  9. BOL! What a grreat hiding spot, Amelia!

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  10. Pawfect hidey spot, Miss Amelia!!

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  11. Amelia, you and Boomer need to play a game of hide and seek, I think you'd have a lot fun, you are both such silly pups!

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  12. Now I want to plant some shrubs in my backyard so Blueberry can play that game too! That looks fun and also a very cool place to hang!

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  13. What a great hiding spot to keep cool, Amelia!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

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  14. My Chico LOVES to sunbathe!!! He'd be out there all day if I let him. He's mostly black though, so I don't let him because I worry about him getting too hot. Plus he's so little!

    I love that Amelia found a cool spot! I think it's destiny that no one has adopted her yet. She's meant to be with you!

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  15. One of us loves to pancake out on the tile kitchen floor in front of the a/c vent :) What? It's the coolest spot.

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  16. I liked to ide in the bushes from da evil fan oven.....anyhoo, good luck wiv da adopshun my pals....I am off on my oliday now for free weeks so I will catch up wiv yoo when i gets bak....woof

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  18. Amelia found the absolute best spot to escape the sun. There is no way you could have spotted her without the close up pictures. She is an absolute beautiful dog.


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