March 2018, from the Fabienne diary : You are not going to take away my dog coat, ... My life started out as a white fluffy ball, as everyones big friend, ... Children took me along in their pram, I was their beautiful toy during the weekend, ... My mum was an elderly lady, an owner who loved me and did everything for me, ... When she died was I just standing there, and they looked down on me, ... With they I mean the family, who neither loved nor cared for me, ... So I was given away to a friend who owned an country house in a large area, ... Here I lived with other dogs who suffered the same fate as me, ... We were left to our fate during the week and they only came to visit us on weekends ... Until they were fed up, considered me of being a burden and then did they bring me to the killingstation, ... There I ended up in the hands of an older volunteer who listened to the whole story, when my old owner came and left, ... She has put me safely in a pen and took me along to ACE / SHIN where I was met by other, dear people, ... When they wanted to wash me I became very angry, ... No one can to touch my dog coat, my only memento to my owner who I loved so dearly ... I didnt want to trade that for anything so they have put my dog coat back on after my bath, my only memory of my dearest owner, ... Now Im in a cage, Im safe, but I long for the good times in which I was so happy, ... Who will help me find happiness again, so that I can exchange my dog coat for a new home, a new beginning, ...
Frakske has been virtually adopted by Liesbeth van Klarenbosch.
Frakske was pre-reserved on 16/03/2018
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