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Hi everyone. I'm fostering a Husky for a dog rescue, he was rescued 3 weeks ago from a life of abuse and neglect, he is a year old, a stunning white Siberian husky with ice blue eyes. Despite his awful start in life he is so trusting and loving. He is currently fostered to me as a critical care placement as when rescued his organs where starting to shut down. I've had him 3 weeks and he is like a different dog already. Big learning curve as I've got a little terrier cross age 10 and 5 rescue cats so a young large all be it skinny husky is a learning curve. I'm hoping to adopt him once he is well enough to be up for adoption. 

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Hi, he’s a beauty, sounds as tho he’s found a happy home, at last.


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Bless you  -  you are both lucky to have found each other.   PLEASE get him used to the cats as early as possible  -  give them clear aveues of escape  - child gates with one bar cut out is best  -  they will be able to get through at speed if necessary  (it will happen)  but it is possible for a husky to live with cats  -  I have both.

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Welcome!😀

We rescued a white husky-shepherd mix - two years ago!
Here he is on his first day in our home. 
( He's still here -  having his afternoon nap at the moment...)
 

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