10/16/16 - Foster mom, please take a letter. Dear Applicants: My name is Maxamillion. But you can call me Max for short. I was found running on the streets and was picked up and brought to the local shelter. I wasn’t claimed, and thank goodness since my last owners never tended to my medical attention and obviously didn’t want to feed me either since I was so skinny. Well, I’m in a foster home now and have put on much needed weight. Visited the dogtor’s office and got some shots and was neutered. I wasn’t happy about that, but foster mom sad that this was a pre-requisite to entering the adoption program. What was I going to say, “No”? Let’s get real here, I had no home, didn’t know where my next meal was coming from and there was no one to love me. What time is surgery - was my question? I get along with other dogs and love people. I’m not good around children and am WAY too interested in cats to live with them. I am a happy little man whose tail is ALWAYS wagging. It’s very easy to fall in love with me... and that’s not just me saying it. Foster mom and dad think I’m awesome. We’ve got two holidays coming up in the next few months. I’d like to be in my new castle by then to enjoy the holidays with a last name.
10/11/16 - BIO COMING SOON!
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