Posted by Kelly on Mar 15, 2012.
Lady Diana says: “I may have been raised in a puppy mill, but that doesn’t mean I have to act like it!”
Hugs for adopting her, Valerie!
Posted in Rescued Shelties • Tags: cossed paws, lady diana
What an absolutely stunning looking Sheltie Lady is. Look at the eyes, such contentment, and I agree with Lum, who got the better end of this bargain? Who gets the bigger congratulations here, Lady for getting a wonderful, caring new forever home, or Valerie for getting this beauty. Looks like a Win-Win all the way around.
Lady Diana, you are the perfect example of what can be, not what was. Big hugs to her adopter for saving this precious lady from what would have been a sad fate.
Sure, she looks ladylike….but leave her alone in the car with that silver sunshade I see tucked in there, and you will return to an orgy of shredded silver confetti and an unrepentant, gleeful Sheltie.
Ask me how I know.
What a sweetheart. We have two rescues – they are the best!
Long may she rule! Lady Di looks very regal. Kudos to you for rescuing this gorgeous and worthy girl!
You are so lucky. What a beautiful lady to spend time with!
Awww, such a beautiful princess!! Lady Diana looks very happy and content.
Lady Diana, if Eliza Doolittle did it, so can you!!! You definitely are a Fair Lady.
What a sweetie!
Awww, what a pretty girl…and so well mannered!
What a beauty Diana is! I love her expression on her lovely face. Those crossed paws are so dainty!!
Oh how perfectly lovely and dignified she is! I have a puppy mill rescue sheltie boy. He’s not exactly dignified but he’s been an absolute treasure.
What a pretty ladylike girl Lady is! She looks like a joy to have around. Thanks for adopting her!
Astonishing. She actually looks like she’s explaining herself to the unwashed masses! What a dignified, intelligent-looking creature she is, and so aptly named. Valerie, I’m not sure who got the better end of this adoption deal, but I know you’re both very happy!
I can act just like a lady that I am
What a majestic little queen! Well done on adopting, she looks happy!
She is one lucky puppy to have found such a loving home!
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