It's bittersweet. I guess I'm glad to know she wasn't dumped, but I think she could have gotten a better home. Today we took her to be scanned for a microchip, she didn't have one, today was exactly one week after we found her and the day I was offically going to start trying to find her a good home. Even had someone at the vet's interested (part of me was considering not trying to hard, and then keeping her!). Seemed everything we did w/ her here was a new experience for her, she'd never been on a leash, never been in a vehicle (not in the front anyway), never been inside, or up stairs. Didn't know what a dog bed was or dog toy (that one she figured out quick!). She's been missing over a week and they hadn't even bothered to try and find her. They called the vet 6 days after she went missing (the vet didn't tell them we'd also called apparently). We called both vets, the pound, a local rescue, checked the lost and found in the paper daily, and had her scanned for a microchip. The rescue we contacted put an add in the paper and that is how they found her (don't think they saw it, I think someone else told them about it).