My life has always been a homeless one. I resided under a bridge & depended on a gentleman (who was homeless too) for my existence. He truly loved & cared for me. He taught me socialization & took me wherever he went. Even though we did not have a true home of our own (I mean one with a solid roof) he tried as best as he could to keep us comfortable & secure. Through donations of food - I was fed.
Then the day came, where my gentleman friend was no longer around. I looked, I whined, and I felt all alone! Where had he disappeared to! Had he gone to meet the nice people who brought food for us? I couldn't imagine what happened! I wondered if I'd ever see my one true friend
ever again. Lucky for me, the kind hearted people who brought food to us; had heard I was living alone, under the bridge. They came and rescued me! Who knows what would have become of me. Such sad thoughts go around in my big mushy head.
Today, I am living the high life!! Roof over my adorable head, three squares a day, a really nice warm bed; but best of all a family. I'm learning what it is to truly be a family and have lots of new friends! Children, parents, people all around! Car rides, long walks and hikes. I'm told I'm great with my two doggy foster siblings, goats, chickens, & horses! I have a favorite - Willie the donkey! Who would have thought! I'm happy - but looking for my fur-ever home now!
Could you be the final step in my journey? ;-)
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