The first time we met Dreamer she was very shy about coming up and we could tell that she had “something” wrong with her eye. We couldn’t get close enough to tell what it might be and the owner said he’d had it checked out. He claimed to have “rescued” her from someone that kept her in a small enclosure in her own feces. He had a bigger enclosure, but we were there to help build an even larger area that would allow him to become Fish & Wildlife Conservation licensed. In his indubitable “wisdom”, the owner took down his secure inner enclosure THE FIRST NIGHT after the larger perimeter was done. Needless to say, Dreamer went exploring and found an easy escape.
That’s when we got the call…did we possibly have a secure enclosure to put her in for awhile, since this person was already having trouble with his neighbors? Deanna went over and spent two hours helping to corral Dreamer again, as he had released her into the larger area, despite knowing it wasn’t secure.