Thursday, October 18, 2018
This picture was taken 3 years ago, and then 13 year old Bunny had already been at our sanctuary for many years. We were fortunate to be able to rescue her, she was lost, hungry, and afraid, crossing highways and running endlessly in the surrounding pastures. She was rescued on Easter Sunday so we figured Bunny was a fitting name. Fast forward to present day 2018, Bunny is still thriving and she is our shelters oldest resident. Had we not rescued her who knows what difficulties she may have encountered being out on her own. This is our mission, this is our life. Unfortunately, not all of our rescues are adopted out but I can promise you, Bunny will tell you that it doesn't matter to her and that she found a forever home when we found her.
Monday, October 29, 2018
This is the infamous Bobby Jo. Isn’t she beautiful? How could anyone not love those ears? How could anyone not love that beautiful color and those gorgeous eyes? Not to mention she’s a total sweet heart and loves water, she’s also full of energy and loves to go go go! She would be a wonderful addition to anyone’s family. She’s young and full of life and in need of a loving home.
Lately the gophers have been driving the dogs crazy, there are holes dug just about everywhere. Watching Reyna in the park today was absolutely hilarious, every time I managed to get her attention she would give me the guilty eyes then jump right back to digging. There was no stopping that girl!
Tuesday, October 30, 2018
This morning Morty was his normal affectionate, playful self. I'm so glad I made sure to get a little snuggle time in while cleaning up his kennel because I was his number one enemy once the flea spray came out during caregiving. He wouldn't come anywhere near me after I sprayed him. I've never seen such a look of betrayal from a dog, while I felt bad, I couldn't help but laugh.