adoptive families are selected through an
application process that is focused on the
welfare of the animal and the need to place
each animal in an environment appropriate
for that animal's background, temperament,
and needs. Their needs are our primary
concern and our primary goal is to attain
safe, loving lifelong homes for them.
will be current on their shots and must be
either spayed or neutered before leaving us.
The only exception would be if they are too
young for the surgical procedure. If that is
the case we will require a pre-paid receipt
from your veterinarian showing that the
surgery will be performed when the animal is
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Baili and I are getting along swimmingly - she's
such a love! We're starting obedience class
on the 17th to learn basic commands.
Baili is a great
watch dog and lets me know when anyone is around
but doesn't just bark at nothing. Lucy (my
cat) had finally accepted her and they're really
cute together. We all sleep on the same bed
so how can you hold a grudge against a bunkmate?
She's even learning
to play with toys - she didn't have a clue when I
got her. Of course I went overboard and got
her lots of them and lots of treats and
If I can figure out how to use my digital camera,
I'll take some pictures of her (and the yard) so
you can see how happy she is.
Keep up the good
work, orphans need your tender care and loving
each and every day!
Love to you all, Janyce