Tuki finds Beth, her furever mom

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I was at the shelter picking up another dog when I walked past a tiny dog in a giant kennel. Little Tuki was sitting in it, shaking from fright. I asked about her and found out she was blind. Imagine how scary that was!

I took Tuki home with me and she became the princess of our house. I learned that blind dogs do very well in the world and she fit right in. I was able to take her everywhere and she stole many hearts while waiting for her forever home. At long last she made her connection and was adopted by Beth in January, 2013. Tuki continues to have a wonderful life!

– Lisa Williams

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