Tonight I attended the Luminary Ceremony celebrating a successful Operation Silent Night. Richmond Animal League started Operation Silent Night 8 years ago, and every year around this time they clear the shelter – that means every dog and cat has a home whether foster or adoptive. Continue reading “An empty shelter, filled with light.”
It’s nearing time for Spice and Clove to find their forever homes as they were just spayed on Monday. This Friday they’ll go to the shelter (Richmond Animal League) for the opportunity to be adopted.Continue reading “Have a Happy Life Clove & Spice”
On March 7, 2007, a little black ball of fur arrived at Adopt-A-Pet. She was sneezy with gunky eyes and nose. She quickly settled into Quarantine, so as not to spread germs to the healthy pets living at “AAP”. Upon settling in, she received the name Snuffy. Snuffy was found out in the country roaming outdoors where she wasn’t safe or cared for.Continue reading “Snuffy’s Origin Story”
It should be no surprise to you that I have 4 rescue dogs, a rescue cat, and also a chameleon. This post is about the dogs in my life – and a question I’ve been asking myself for months if not years. 3 of the dogs are quite small while one is a giant compared to the rest. Continue reading “Should Bigger Dogs Get Bigger Treats?”
Theodore (aka “Buddy”, for reasons neither my fiancée nor I can explain) is my biggest, and most lovable Foster Failure. Yup, you read that right, I first fostered Theodore after he had spent about a year at Adopt-A-Pet with absolutely 0 interest from potential adopters. During my time volunteering for Adopt-A-Pet I was known for fostering either entire litters of kittens/puppies or the undesirables. Theodore fit my niche and when I had an opening, I took his sad self home.