found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, purebred, up to date with shots, and not good with kids.
Little Kasper was rescued from a hoarding situation where he lived with almost 70 other yorkies. Poor fella spent almost a month in a shelter before United Yorkie Rescue got a call to rescue him.
Kasper took a couple days to come out of hiding when he got to his foster home. Since his arrival, he got a bath, has been to the vet for all his vaccines, a dental, and a neuter. He was microchipped and given antibiotics for a skin infection. So in less than a week, he has had lots of changes. Now that he feels a little more comfortable his personality is starting to shine.
A few words from Kasper himself.....
Boy, am I glad to be out of that shelter. It was so noisy and scary. I slept for almost 2 days when I got here. This foster home is AWESOME! Now I have my own bed, a crate to hang out in when I get overwhelmed, and a huge yard to run around in. There is a cat here that is pretty cool, I think she wants me to play with her. The old dog that is here is really helping me learn the house rules. My foster mom makes me wear a "belly band" so I won't have accidents in the house. I am not so thrilled with that leash thing she tries to use though, so I just sit down and make her pick me up. Hehe. She is really nice and lets me sit in her lap a lot. I love to put my head in her hand and have her pet me. When she isn't sitting down, I follow her around. She tells me I will find my forever home soon, I hope she is right!
As Kasper told you, he is being house trained and is doing very well. He likes to sleep in his crate and shadow his foster mom during the day. His foster mom is working with him on a leash and harness. A perfect forever home would be one without small children as loud noises and fast movements do frighten him.
If you are interested in making Kasper part of your family, he would love a nice quiet forever home.