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Hearts United for Animals

Cindy Lou

be my buddy
Beagle
Born: 02/01/2007
Medium
30 lbs
Female

Homeward bound-adopted!

Now living happily in Bennington, Nebraska.

You could tell Cindy Lou's story by looking at her photos. She was with a woman who loved her but the woman's boyfriend beat Cindy Lou. The woman took her to the pound in Oklahoma because she said that she was afraid he would beat Cindy Lou to death. Just imagine the horror of her life as a puppy. She was rescued from the pound by the Pryor Animal League. They drove her to HUA because the foster homes could not handle her needs. She has been at HUA for six months and is only now learning to trust. She will play a little and will take food from people now. Every little thing scares her. She will continue to make progress with love. She needs a very special home. Cindy Lou is a beagle. She was born on 2/1/2007 and weighs about 30 pounds.

UPDATE: Cindy Lou has developed glaucoma and had to have one eye removed. She has daily drops for the other eye. She came through her surgery very well and the doctor is hopeful that vision loss can be prevented in her remaining eye.
Buddy Messages (8)
Her Buddy, Sandra Ray, from Pryor, Oklahoma, sent her this message: "You are the sweetest little girl. I love you Cindy." Cindy sends Sandra much love and thanks for rescuing her and bringing her to HUA.
Her Buddy, Erna Gibbs, from Pryor, Oklahoma, sent her this message: "I hope that you will find you forever home soon, but until then I will be your Buddy. Thereafter you will always be in my thoughts." Cindy Lou sends Erna many happy, grateful thank you kisses for saving her life.
Her Buddies, Aaron, Kelly and McCoy Sand, from Bellevue, Nebraska, sent her this message: "Cindy Lou, You are such a precious soul! Aaron, McCoy (HUA alum, Cromwell), and I wish we could take the pain away that you received from that bad, bad person! We hope that our small donation of money, but big donation of our love will help you until you are adopted to the forever home you well deserve! McCoy wants you to know that it CAN happen and to be patient. HUA is a wonderful place for you to be for now and your forever home will be worth the wait! BIG KISSES AND HUGS!! Our love, Aaron, Kelly, and McCoy Sand" Cindy Lou sends Aaron, Kelly, and McCoy many grateful Beagle girl kisses and hugs.
Her Buddy, Ron McAnespie, from Trenton, Ontario, Canada, sent her this message: "Dear Cindy Lou, you are a beautiful girl. I'm so sorry that you have been so hurt in life, but am glad to hear you are making progress. You are a dear girl." Cindy sends Ron many grateful kisses for his generous support.
Her Buddy, Robert Meehan, from Veinna, Virginia, sent her this message: "Cindy Lou, You are safe now dear girl. Many rubbies from Lin and Robert." Cindy Lou sends Lin and Robert many happy, grateful hugs and kisses.
Her Buddy, Bobbie Colgan, from Lincoln, Nebraska, sent her this message: "We had two beagles. Our beagle named Cindy Sue we lost in 2005. Our second beagle we lost on May 14, 2011. I love beagles. I think they are the best breed ever. Beagles are always such loving dogs. I hope that you find a good home very soon. You deserve lots of love and puppy kisses." Cindy Lou sends Bobbie and her family many happy, grateful hugs and kisses.
Her Buddy, Jessica Cooper, from East Hartford, Connecticut, sent her this message: "Dear Cindy Lou, you look like our dog Snickers. And I know that my dog's cuteness is what made my parents rescue her. So I know that your cuteness will help you in the same way! Love, Jessica (age 10, East Hartford CT)" Cindy Lou sends Jessica and her dear Snickers many happy, grateful hugs and kisses.
Her Buddies, Bob and Lin Meehan, from Vienna, Virginia, sent her this message: "Ya gotta love beagles. You are very good looking and someone will make themselves very happy by giving you your very own home. Our rescue Beagle Buddy and rescue Foxhound Asia say Hi. Bob and Lin Meehan, Vienna VA" Cindy Lou sends Bob, Lin, Buddy and Asia many happy, grateful hugs and kisses.

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Thanks for Visiting Our Animals!

Hearts United for Animals is a national no-kill shelter, sanctuary and animal welfare organization. Hearts United for Animals does long distance adoptions if there are safe flights and we have volunteers in the area to do a home visit. We require an application, references and a home visit to adopt one of our dogs. Our dogs are all spayed or neutered and are current on health care. We can cat test a dog if requested. If you are interested in adopting a dog, we can give you more information on each dog if you click the Adoption Info & Application link above. Buddies are people who support the dog and send them love while they are waiting for their new home. The dog does not live with the buddy.

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