Copied and pasted from Dave Inglis and Sandra Inglis post (Carly's adoptants)
'So the story starts in April 2019 when we were over at Podenco Friends on a “working holiday” with Beverley Farmer; the “working” I get (which Bev does day in day out), not so sure about the “holiday” part!!
A rescue comes in with a Podenco bitch and a small Galgo pup which she had been protecting on the streets, this was Carly and PJ (‘cause that’s what he was wearing, pyjamas!). We were immediately smitten with Carly, a dog who had gone through so much but still was the gentlest of souls, never demanding nor expecting much but gamely continued on with her various untreated damages and illness.
The story shifts to our second visit to the finca in October (more “working holiday” promise when we decided that Carly should come to Scotland with us once she was fit to travel. In the meantime she had major surgery to her mammaries and was on chemo for her cancer so we waited until Bev and her excellent vets thought she was fit to go. With a life expectancy given of only 6 weeks to 6 months the process rolled on until, beating lockdown by days, Carly arrived in Aberdeen courtesy of Brian and the team at Ibizan Hound Rescue.
One year later, this girl is still with us, entertaining, humorous, never demanding, affectionate and just being the elderly matriarch to the other family Pods, long may she continue, we love her...
ladies and gentlemen, I give you Miss Carly Happy Gotcha Day)