My story: I am a "Potcake" from Grand Bahama Island. I flew in on Delta airlines on Nov. 19, 2010 with my mommy & 5 littermates. How did we get our name, “Potcake”, you ask? Well in Bahamas rice is cooked by adding an equal amount of rice & water in a pot, then it is boiled until the rice absorbs the water. If a cook keeps the heat too high, the rice at the bottom sticks to the pot and it is called “Potcake.” In the Bahamas, a lot of dogs are kept outside or just don’t have homes, so people will feed the “Potcake” to the dogs.
In the Bahamas, I lived under an abandoned boat with my mommy & 5 litter mates. When I was 4 days old, a wonderful lady found us while on vacation, and she promised to help us. I'm so glad she did, and I just can't wait to find a forever home!
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