What a great story. Lucky Sasha, that your daughter-in-law was in the right place at the right time. It must have been heartbreaking for the family to give up their pet. I can't imagine it myself. Welcome to the group Gincamp!
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Thanks! Well, Sasha was given up by a family, that was moving into an apartment and they couldn't have pets. They gave her to an elderly lady who had another house dog. She kept her for about a week and her dog didn't like Sasha so she was going to take her to the pound. My daughter-in-law was out walking her bichon and the eldly lady's grandson stopped her and asked if she would take Sasha. And my daughter-in-law told him that she knew someone that would! So that is how I got her!! She has a good home now and is very spoiled!!
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