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Hello, my name is


And I found my forever home through Paws2Rescue!
Adopted June 2023
at age 13 years

I only adopt older dogs, as the Founder of Paws2Rescue, I regularly see the pain of the dogs abandoned, in public shelters and discarded when they are old. The seniors deserve warmth and love for their golden years and I usually have 3 or 4 dogs at home, all golden oldies!

When Roma was rescued from the streets in April 2023, it was because here owner had died, and the family had no use for an old dog with wobbly legs – and a 2.3kg tumour growing beneath her! As soon as I saw her, my heart broke and I fell in love, but had no intention of adopting, as I already had 2 female dogs at home.

Roma had successful surgery in Romania, but her tumours will return, and we wanted to find her happiness for the rest of her life. When she arrived on the happy van in the UK, I fostered her.

Typically my resident girls loved her immediately, and she quickly became a permanent family member.

Roma is the Drama Queen in our house! As palliative care, I have been determined to help her tick of her bucket list, much to the amusement of my husband! Imagine how it felt for Roma, when she attended the Barbie opening night at the cinema (brought in vi my handbag!).

I make every day for Roma precious, when her legs collapse on walks, I carry her, or she rides in her chariot (buggy) and she loves nothing more than people watching at Costa coffee with me.

She truly is a diva, but I couldn’t love her more, and she makes me smile every single day. Thank you, Roma, for the Drama Queen happiness you have brought into our home.

Roma before adoption