Sunday, July 26, 2015

Adopt Trinity a One Eyed #LabradorRetriever @WaysideWaifs in #KCMO



This brave girl is Trinity.  She's a 5 year old Labrador Retriever mix.  Though we don't know exactly how her eye was injured, she was fortunate that Wayside Waifs stepped in and made sure she received needed medical treatment.

Though right now she's still in a cone and recovering from surgery, she's ready for a new forever home.

Here's Trinity's adoption message:
Hello, I'm Trinity, a sweet, courageous and resilient girl with a big heart. Five-years young, I am a 53-pound yellow Labrador Retriever mix who came to Wayside from another shelter that had run out of room--and just in time too. I know how lucky I was to be given a second chance for a forever home and also how lucky I was to be here with skilled vets who could do the kind of surgery on my eye that needed to be done. 

 I'm in the process of healing and at the same time, I'm making the best of my eye surgery, my new "digs" in the Yellow row and my "cone head" (although they tell me it's just temporary). I've had some big changes in my life but I still have a smile on my face and my tail tells you the tale about how I feel about you when you're with me. 

 I've been confused by what's been going on so I sometimes bump into walls and even into you but boy, oh, boy, when you start petting me down that long stretch of my back, I could stand perfectly still for that-forever. Oh, except my tail; it keeps moving like a propeller. Food- and praise-motivated, I am a smart young lady who knows how to come when I'm called, especially to supper. I'm a laid-back girl who would like a calm family life, preferably with me as the child (or with children 10 or older). 

Losing sight in one my eyes is all new to me so I'm learning as I go along-will you learn with me? Happy-go-lucky and enthusiastic (despite some setbacks), I'm also an affectionate and good natured girl who would make somebody a loyal and affectionate companion. At least come say "hi" to me. You won't be sorry. Love, Trinity

Trinity is available for adoption from Wayside Waifs. Contact them at 816-761-8151.  Trinity's animal ID number is 28521103


Wayside Waifs is Kansas City’s largest no-kill animal shelter.   They are an independent, 501 (c) 3 not-for-profit humane society and animal welfare organization established in 1944.  Wayside Waifs is committed to finding homes for all adoptable pets. Wayside is the largest pet adoption center in Kansas City, placing over 5,400 animals each year in loving forever homes. Wayside does not euthanize adoptable animals, and there are no time limits for animals in our care. Only animals suffering from significant medical issues or thnose that pose a danger are humanely euthanized. Wayside Waifs is proud to be a part of Kansas City's no-kill community.  

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Tuesday's Tails blog hop participants can post any day of the week and link up with a fresh blog hop linky every Tuesday.  Though targeted at adoptable pets, we also welcome blog posts regarding pet adoption, rescue organizations and adoption events. Fetch the Tuesday's Tails Facebook page and give us a like and if you're participating in the blog hop, post your featured pets! Please help spread the word about these beautiful animals via social media and let's find them forever homes!

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8 comments:

  1. Hoping for a great new home for you Trinity!

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  2. What a sweetie. We hope she finds a home that will help her adjust well. Sharing.

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  3. Hope Trinity has a speedy recovery and finds a new home soon. Sharing.

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  4. Oh my, such a sweetie indeed. We'll share and hope the forever home happens super quick.

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  5. Isn't that the most wonderful thing about dogs? She's been through so much and yet you can still her tail wagging with a little bit if love and attention. I hope she finds her forever home soon.

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