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THE K-TOWN 2
24 OCTOBER 2006



SOME INFORMATION & COMMENTARY FROM
SHELL LEWIS, VICE PRESIDENT OF FOSTER HOMES FOR CRUSA:

On 14 October, Brenda J. Kelley, CRUSA Co-Manager Intakes and SE Placement Director, saw an ad on Petfinder.com classifieds. BJ is a wiz at finding Cairns and scours all the ads & classifieds. She saw an ad for two eight-month-old Cairns in Kenosha, called the number and negotiated a price with the owner. He had already had two calls, but neither of the parties showed up as they promised, luckily for the pups. The owner had intended to breed these pups but decided not to. Thank goodness!


Andréa Denninger writes:

Shell & I planned to pick up Ruby & Bubba, a brother-and-sister team, owner-surrender, in my home town, Kenosha, Wisconsin. When she told me the address - a trailer court on the south side of town - I suggested we take along VetteMan as our 'strongman & protector' . . . just in case.

So we met for breakfast at local restaurant other than our usual favorite, Danny's Café, had a nice chat, and saddled up to Ride to the Rescue of The K-Town 2.


We find the trailer court . . . and the trailer . . . 19 . . . and all three cars pull up like a SWAT team rescuing hostages.

Here's Shell, waiting for an answer to her ringing the doorbell. The dogs didn't bark, which should have been a clue . . .

, , , that we were at the right trailer - in the wrong trailer court. WHO KNEW there were not just one, not just two, but THREE trailer courts in the same area? And of course, OUR trailer 19 was in the THIRD and LAST trailer court we went to, the quality of which had deteriorated greatly from the first, such as it was.

By trailer court number three, we were no longer swooping in like a SWAT team, but feeling pretty silly, trailing each other up one street and down another, finally having to call the dogs' owner for directions.

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