She was in the same town that Max came from, a little over three hours away from here. After picking her up, we started driving home, and she had a little period of nervousness, wandering around the car and panting nervously. then shesettled down and was reasonably calm for the remainder of the trip. She was comfortable with Linda, but she navigated to me a lot, and by the time we were home, she clearly knew who her new mommy is.
The first few minutes in the house was utter chaos! All four the "old" guys were clammouring to get to her. She was scared for a bit, then she began to sniff them and bounce around them. At this time, everyone is getting along very well.
There is one small problem. Instead of having her spayed there, I'm having my own vet do it. He is giving me a huge discount because of the rescues. The plan was to let her settle in for a couple weeks and allow her to know this is home before the surgery. But guess what? Today she came into heat!! I'll talk to the doc on Monday and see what he thinks. I'm leaning toward having her done sooner because, while he no longer has the "equipment," Sam hasn't forgotten what he is supposed to do when a lady has that special perfume on!! He's going to drive both Lolita and me up the wall!
I'll have more pix soon. Just too tired tonight. Tired, but happy!
As we got just five miles or so from the house, there was the most beautiful sunset.
Beautiful end to a beautifl day!
Life is beautiful!!!!