Clover finds a home
My daughters dog had passed away three months earlier from renal failure and she was feeling lonely and depressed. Her and I went to the pet store just to look and we noticed a miniature schnauzer laying listless in her cage. Above her cage was price tag that had started at $800 dollars. This price was crossed off and lowered to $700, then $600. We came in when the price was at $400 dollars. We asked at the desk about her and we're told she had been at the store for about a month. I was taken in immediately because she had these gorgeously long eyelashes like none I'd ever seen before. We told the store keeper we would like to hold her and see her out of the cage. When we asked about the price we were told we could have her for $300 if we took her right then. Of course it was a done deal. At first she was very timid, but quickly blossomed into a playful energetic ball of fluff. We named her Clover as in four-leaf-clover, for luck. Her and my daughters hearts have healed and bonded. Her being overlooked for so long was a gift of fortune for us and she continues to be a constant source of delight for all of us.