Today, Crazy Lady was moved to the rehab hospital for people with spinal cord injuries. We went to visit her, and she seemed to be in good spirits - talking, joking around, and very motivated to get on with the rehab process so she can start walking again.
The hospital staff refers to the intensive, 3-hour-a-day rehab schedule they put their patients on as "boot camp." Just in case Crazy Lady needs a little extra motivation. This should be interesting.
I was found as a stray in Taiwan, in the company of 2 other dogs, with a wire band wrapped around my neck. I was by far the skinniest among the 3, because I was always the last one to eat whenever we could find food. A Canadian family took me in and worked with the Animal Rescue Team TAIWAN (http://www.savedogs.org/english/) to sponsor my travel to the United States. I was fostered by Judy, a wonderful lady who showed me kindness and helped with my shyness. I was later adopted by crazy lady Karen. She helps me make friends, and I am learning to trust again.