Some weeks I go to adoption events and none of the foster pets are adopted. Other weeks turn out to be amazing, wonderful, fantastic weeks that make it all worthwhile. Last week has been one of those weeks! First, on Thursday my foster dog Kirsten was adopted to the family that met her a week ago. They live on this wonderful property, have three kids and two other dogs, and Kirsten is going to be sooo spoiled there! Then Jack/Rolo, the Yellow Lab was adopted from the shelter where he was staying. I actually ran into his new family at the vet's office last night, and couldn't believe it was actually Jack (now named Bronx). He looked very good, and oh so happy. His new family seems very wonderful, and he has another yellow lab just like him for a sibling now! Then on Saturday not only were three more of the nine puppies adopted (leaving only three still looking for homes!) but also my foster dog Rachel was adopted!!! She went home with a very nice lady who also has another dog. The lady runs marathons and I think Rachel will make a great running partner for her! Also on Saturday Buddy went back to his first foster home, so within three days I went from having four foster dogs in the house to only one (Ziggy - of course). The house is quiet, and I miss my fosters, but I'm also enjoying the break. Here is a brief video of what it's like to live with six dogs - four of them less than one year old. Usually noisy and hectic - always entertaining!