We’re not crying, you’re crying.
When four-year-old corgi cross Cora arrived at Dog Action Welfare, she was a frightened, abused dog who refused to make eye contact with humans.
In the months that followed, her foster carer Deirdre Byrne worked hard to bring Cora out of her shell and she soon learned to love life with Deirdre’s two dogs.
Despite a DAWG campaign to help find her a forever home however, Cora is still in temporary accommodation… one year after being rescued.
According to the DAWG team, Cora is looking for an extra special home:
‘She will need another canine companion who will help her continue to gain confidence and who will show her the ropes in her new home. A child-free home would suit Cora best as she can be quite nervous and wary of younger children.
‘Cora just wants to be loved and to be part of a family. She adores her walks, especially the open space of a beach.
‘We know there is someone out there who is the perfect match for Cora – someone who has patience, time and a big heart – and is willing to take a chance on this loveable, funny and stubborn girl. She will reward you a hundred times over with her love and loyalty.’
An extremely secure garden is a must for Cora. If you think you can offer her a forever home, visit the Dog Action Welfare website for more information.