Two dog sisters looking for a joint home

Two dog sisters are looking for a joint home after going through hell together in a kill shelter.

Eight-year-old Daisy and five-year-old Dolly forged a unique and substantial friendship after surviving a Romanian kill shelter together. They are currently being fostered by Sandra Lunn, in York, until they find a permanent home.

Sisters forever

Two little canines from Romania that went through hell together in the same slaughter shelter are looking for a home together. Daisy and Dolly found solace in one another and created a deep bond, which their rescuers described as unique. Sharon Love who runs Love4Dogs Rescue in Poole, Dorset, is sure that the girls cannot be separated. Sharon said:

They don't deserve any further cruelty in their lives. To separate them would be the ultimate heartbreak. They are best friends and rely on each other for comfort and confidence.

Daisy and Dolly were afraid that the larger dogs in the kill shelter would pick on them since they were the tiniest, so they established their own smaller pack for protection. They made it through the worst, filthiest conditions by cuddling in the corner together and have thankfully survived.

Need of a caring home

Sharon rescued the twins from Romania, and Sandra Lunn in York is temporarily caring for them until they find their forever home, which appears to be proving challenging. Sandra said:

It's always harder to rehome two dogs than one, but these two really should be together. They are the types of dogs that appreciate anything and everything.

Sandra described the pair as the most charming and gorgeous dogs. Daisy is the elder of the two sisters and has a vision problem in one eye. The pair had a phobia of the lead around their necks when they first came to Sandra, but they've grown accustomed to it and are now well-trained. She claims the couple adores one another and has never displayed symptoms of hostility. They get along well with other dogs, cats, and children, indicating that they might go to any caring family. Daisy and Dolly have been neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated and are ready to be adopted as soon as someone takes an interest in them. Sandra added:

They both love to play and go for walks. Once you start cuddling them, you can't get rid of them - especially Daisy. A warm bed, lots of love and full tummies is just what they need.
This one-eyed dog who was horribly mistreated is now looking for a forever home This one-eyed dog who was horribly mistreated is now looking for a forever home