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Jan 17, 2020  May-Bea will be receiving another corrective eye surgery for the Cherry Eye Condition this February. Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers!

 excerpt from May 1, 2018 eblast: 



We've named her May-Bea…as in, "Marna, can you take this little beagle too?"

and then I say, "I dunno…MAYBE!"


But of course, maybe changed quickly to "Yes, we will!"


so now May-Bea is short for "May Beagle"!


Once again, we jumped out of the plane without a parachute. We had to. May-Bea has severe bi-lateral Cherry Eye that is causing her great discomfort. She must wear a cone at all times or she will literally scratch her eyes out. It's heartbreaking. She needs medical attention as soon as possible.


Here's what we know about May-Bea…


She's a smaller beagle too like Quill. She's approximately 6-8 years old. The shelter believes they may know the owner but they have clearly dumped her due to the health issue. They've not bothered to claim her. And they've not bothered to confirm she ever belonged to them so we don't even know her real name.


Maybe that's for the best. A new start for May-Bea.



She's another polite little beagle that's fearful of strangers at first but easily swayed with a loving touch and a yummy treat! She especially enjoyed tossing a toy in the air during her assessment! Although she doesn't engage in play with other dogs, she's happy to walk nicely with them side by side. There are no cats to test her with at this shelter so we don't know her reaction to them, although she will meet the resident cats at our vet hospital soon enough.



May-Bea arrives at our vets tomorrow night!