Sunday, August 7, 2011

Daisy was adopted!

Daisy, the last puppy from the Donald Duck litter, has been adopted.  So many times people ask me how I can possibly let my fosters go.  But unless it's a dog that I've had for a long time, or very closely bonded with, I usually have no problem sending the dog into a new home.  I worry about them of course, and miss them a bit, but I'm mostly just happy they're in a good home. It means I have room to save more dogs.  And it helps that I have several other fosters here to keep me busy so I don't have too much time to miss the ones who are adopted.  Right now the Scouting litter of puppies are doing their best to keep me entertained (and they're doing a great job!)
Brownie, Pixie and Cadette

Scout
Cubby


6 comments:

Pibble said...

You're amazing for fostering so many animals in need! (Although, I'd have to say it would be tough to let Ziggy go after all this time...)

xoxo!!

Cupcake said...

Congratulations to Daisy! I'm sure the new family is happy to have her. Your foster dogs are happy to have you and I am happy you have such a terrific blog!

Kari in Vegas said...

Congrats Daisy!


Kari
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meowmeowmans said...

Congratulations to Daisy and her new family!

Tucker The Crestie said...

Congratulations to Daisy! We wish her much luck, love, and happiness with her new family!

Kolchak Puggle said...

We are so happy to see the litter go to good homes! As much as it would be so hard to see them go, it must be great to be able to help so many.