Our last Success Story was short, so I feel compelled to post another short and sweet one today. The above photos are of Sushi and were taken on her first day in her new Colorado home. The adopter sent us the following message:
We have been home for two hours. Our new pup has eaten, gone for a walk, and explored her new yard and home. She even has answered to her new name. I love her!
We received the following above photos and the message below from one of our Colorado rescue partners of Josie with her new family. We love being able to share happy notes like this with you!
Joselyn is the 8 pound girl you transported a few weeks ago. Her family loves her! These kids have never been around dogs before. Joselyn/Josie is a true gift. Thanks for helping us to find an awesome dog to help these kids discover their love of dogs!
We had a great turnout at the Kung Fu Saloon the other night, so we’re hoping you’re all going to come to the Hudson Lounge tonight for A Night In Havana benefitting Rescued Pets Movement! Should be a fun event! Hope to see you there!
In case you don’t follow along on Facebook (scroll down a little and click on that Facebook logo on the right to get to our page), lots of rescuers, fosters, and adopters in Colorado have been posting photos and notes to update us on many of our transport pets. We love seeing them safely there and settling in. Here are the ones who went last week thanks to all your help!
There may be lots of sweat and a few tears (saying goodbye can be tough!), but we’re ready to do this again with your help.
Judging from the above photo, I’d say Jake is feeling pretty comfortable in his new home. Don’t you think so? We’re glad he’s doing well in Colorado now, and we’re glad to share this note from his new mom:
Jake is doing good. We have been going on lots of walks and he is now starting to get used to being around the barn [and] learning proper behavior around the horses. He seems to be very happy here which is wonderful!! Everyone comments on how nice a dog he is, and he loves all the attention he gets from friends and even strangers.
Have we mentioned lately how much we appreciate all that you do to save lives? We do–and so do these guys. They celebrated Independence Day by declaring their freedom from fear and having the courage to travel a long way to their new forever homes.
Thank you so much for making a difference to them!