Cleopatra has been adopted !  Below are some photos of her meeting her new family.
They Love Cleo and tell us that although they really do love her name they are going to change it.
It can't be helped as they already have a kitty named Cleo. It wasn't hard to find a "fitting" name
for Cleo.  They are calling her "Princess" because that is how they intend to treat her. She is
now their little princess. 
Below is a message from Princess's (aka-Cleo's) new family !

Good Morning Carolyn,I just saw the new pictures you posted on your web page for Princess's new home. She is doing very well and we are really glad to have her. She is glad to get spoiled as much as she is with all of her toys, goodies and Love. She likes to get in bed with us although we don't really have the room with the cats up there with us. Every where her Mom goes in the house, she has to follow. She also has gotten really good with letting me brush her coat to include the backend. No issues at all with her. Princess has adapted to everyone quite well (after herding some cats a little) and likes to play tug of war with Alina (our Husky)  using a squeaky toy. We had her to the vet to see Dr. Miller and she said that she was in great shape and is really a lucky dog to be in her new home. Whenever I can get some of our photos put together, I will send them to you. Cheers,Bob

Cleo's Original Posting

Cleopatra (Cleo) is a lovely little lady. She is a pure-bred Shetland Sheepdog (Sheltie).  Cleo is 2 years old.  Her former owners have had her since she was a puppy. They loved and gave her the best of care.  Now the family is facing serious illness and financial stress and can no longer allow them to her.  Cleo gets along with other dogs and also with cats.  She is shy at first but warms up to adults and is friendly and playful.  Cleo is up to date on vaccines, heart worm negative, micro-chipped and will be spayed before she is placed in her new adoptive home.  Cleo will only be placed with a family that intends to keep her as an "inside" companion.  Cleo is house-trained and also crate trained.  She really has no problems and will make a wonderful and loving pet to the right home.