i first went to see her in March 2012 and are committed to bring her home with us eventually except we have to wait for some remodeling to be done at our house so she isn't subjected to all the noise, etc... it could be 6 months wait!
she's being well taken care of by the staff in a house they use as their office, though, so it is a very good thing she is not in a cage. but isn't her story heartbreaking? also found out she was so matted that her back legs were stuck to her stomach till they saved her! that's just 1 of the things they didn't put in her bio online. i do try to visit her and play with her occasionally, though, so she gets real used to me over the next several months.
the story on frankie in GA is also a heart clencher!