Thursday, June 10, 2010
Few days back i received this touching mail. Wanted to share it with all of you.
Dear mr. Das,
the most incredible thing has happened to me over the past couple of weeks and as a result, a small Caravan Hound entered my life. When you realize that I live in the
Some time ago a friend of mine was alerted to an advert for a Caravan Hound on a Dutch internet marketplace. She's the head of a small organization which rescues sighthounds, and even though she had never heard of a Caravan Hound before, she saw that it was a kind of sighthound from the picture attached to the advert and contacted the owners. The owners agreed to let her place the Karwani bitch in a good home and signed her over to my friend. My friend soon found a woman in
To everybody’s horror, the little female escaped in a parking lot for trucks, in
So I "googled" Caravan Hound and came across your wonderful and very informative blog. You obviously love these hounds very much and it really touches my heart to read your stories and watch the beautiful photographs you post there. However, I don't know how I came across this posting, but suddenly I found myself reading about Indy, Cash's granddaughter, going to
Early morning last Sunday, on Pentecost, she was finally caught in a trap, with food inside, they had set up for her. Since I have a completely enclosed garden, (also on top) and am experienced with oriental sighthounds and traumatized hounds, I offered my friend to let her stay with me to recover from her ordeal.
Late afternoon that Sunday Indy arrived in our home. This was the first time I saw her, and I fell in love right away. She is such a special creature, so different again from my two Sloughia's and Galgo mix from
I felt that Indy should have a new name, to mark a new beginning in her life so I renamed her Sunanda. She has been through enough in her short life. I just wanted to let you know that the beautiful little pup you put on your website is finally safe.
I also made a little blog for her with small stories of how she is doing now, but it is in German, to make it easier for all the German people who helped searching and finally trapping her, to follow. However, the pictures of course speak a thousand words.
Thank you for making such a beautiful blog about Caravan Hounds, and I hope we can stay in touch.
All the best,