Not that you can really replace one you've had and loved for years. Got her from a guy up in Minn who had posted here. Lives in an appart and got put on long hours. Had her going on three weeks now and she is just a dear two year old. Before the guy got her, she spent time in a kennel, how long is unknown. Loud noises and sudden movements scared her but she is sure coming around. Whimpers or whines when she needs out, very well behaved. Gone for an hour today and she greeted me at the top of the stairs with a "Roo" and a bunch of tail waging. Now to finish the fence. Last one I had was blind but got along just fine. Hey, life is good! Been around them critters for over 30 years, fifth one here, first one I've haven't helped Wanda out with a rescue.
Day I got her
Her safe spot, in the bed I got her with under a table in the bedroom
Learned to come out and visit and be social.