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Let me tell you a little more about L'Amour.
I first introduced you all to her here, feel free to read take a moment and read this if you haven't yet. I was pretty pleased with the photos of her. She is such a sweetie!
Quick facts to refresh your memory if you read the other post: saw her roaming around by our gate in January, very standoffish at first, and now loves Milkbone dog treats.
Okay, now that we are all caught up, here's more about L'Amour.
It turns out that I am not the only one with a soft heart here in our neck of the woods. We have a neighbor, Fern, that is also softhearted. It seems that Fern has adopted L'Amour.
One day I stopped to talk to Fern on the road, and she started telling me that she thought someone was feeding her dog. (She's calling her "her dog", so she must have adopted her. Right?) I had to explain that I had been feeding her since January. The only thing that gave me away was that I fed her next to the road one day.
Fern seemed okay with me feeding her, so I just kept doing it.
Then one day I decided that we needed to name her because we would refer to her as either the dog, or your dog. In my opinion, every dog should have a name. In this case, she'll never learn it, but we will always refer to her by her name.
So, to answer some of your questions. We will never bring L'Amour to live with us. She has a family now. But I will continue to take her treats, cans of dog food, and dry food whenever I can.