Ada Staffie DOB 2005 Thatcham

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Re: Ada Staffie DOB 05 Thatcham Foster

Post by Rescue Remedies » Thu May 29, 2014 12:17 pm

We laugh at her attaching herself to the other Staffie's backs...... just like a snail shell. Our oldies really don't bat an eye at her cuddling antics xxx

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Re: Ada Staffie DOB 05 Thatcham Foster

Post by Rescue Remedies » Thu May 29, 2014 12:18 pm

I do love the photo's of Ada and the goldies all piled up, always makes me smile, it is so sweet to see that they don't mind - and Ada clearly adores the companionship and closeness of her dear friends. They are all very special :love4:


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Re: Ada Staffie DOB 05 Thatcham Foster

Post by Rescue Remedies » Thu May 29, 2014 12:19 pm

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Ada has welcomed 2 new rescue dogs into our household. Here she is pictured with Toffee one of the newbees. We now have a happy household of 7 mainly staffies and mainly oldies all getting on great.

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Re: Ada Staffie DOB 05 Thatcham Foster

Post by Rescue Remedies » Thu May 29, 2014 12:20 pm

Staffie heaven. :love4: :love4:

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Re: Ada Staffie DOB 05 Thatcham Foster

Post by Rescue Remedies » Thu May 29, 2014 12:20 pm

A little update about Ada. She's shown no interest or fear of the fireworks recently. It's been going on for 2 weeks on and off and last night was Bonfire night, but Ada is not bothered at all........... WELL DONE ADA :D

Uncle Sid visited last week and Ada has taken a shine to him. See her little face tucked in tight to him. He has 3 Springer Spaniels himself and commented that his trousers probably pong and that is why he is always welcomed so enthusiastically by our pack of old rescue dogs.


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Re: Ada Staffie DOB 05 Thatcham Foster

Post by Rescue Remedies » Thu May 29, 2014 12:21 pm

Bob and Max you are Staffie saviours, brilliant photos. Ada was totally unfazed last year by the fireworks too, completely unperturbed. Special girl just look at her :love4: all of them gorgeous what a lucky bunch of beauties x I will come over and see you all soon

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Re: Ada Staffie DOB 05 Thatcham Foster

Post by Rescue Remedies » Thu May 29, 2014 12:21 pm

Ada has been in our home with us for a year now and we can see that she's really flourished in the company of our other rescue oldie staffies.

Ada is now enjoying a constant flurry of male visitors as my 24yr nephew has been living with us since late spring and Ada shows no interest or fear of them, she just has a good old bark to let us know that one has arrived or even that one is leaving!!! She can often be found curled up on the bed with 2 or 3 young men playing guitar or xbox whilst she snores away happily in my nephew's room amongst them.

Here is a picture with my partner Bob. Ada will sit next to him during the evenings and I often look over to see Bob's hand is always rested on her tiny little body....................I think if Ada was a cat, she would be purring during those moments :-)
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Re: Ada Staffie DOB 05 Thatcham Foster

Post by Rescue Remedies » Thu May 29, 2014 12:22 pm

Love the pics of them all snuggled together. Big well done to you for giving the 'grey muzzle' guys 'n' gals a home in which to snuggle.
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Re: Ada Staffie DOB 05 Thatcham Foster

Post by Rescue Remedies » Thu May 29, 2014 12:22 pm

Love that last photo. Thank you so much for the update as I needed one for the threads on the forums where she is advertised. Please keep them coming.

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