Hi everyone, it’s been a while since I had surgery and they took that yucky thing out of me (the doctor called it a benign growth – whatever that is.)
I am feeling great and so ready to find my new home. See, there’s a big puppy that’s here too and frankly she is VERY ANNOYING! I can’t even play with my toys because she will steal them from me and ruin them!
Foster mom says there’s a wonderful home out there and I will be able to do all my favorite things like cuddling in laps, playing with my toys and going for rides. She even said that there might be some Snow Birds going to where the weather is warm that would love a sweet little dog to travel along with them. That would be fun!
But I would also be happy just to cuddle up under a blanket with my person while they watch movies or read.
Foster mom says l’m one of the nicest dogs to ever set foot in her home. In fact she said whoever adopts me will be very lucky!
I hope there is a wonderful home just waiting for an adorable little girl to brighten up their days.
Foster mom says she saved my toys so I can play with them at my new home too! Please hurry and rescue me!
Love Missy Dot
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