Have you adopted a cat or dog from us and would like to share your pet’s story? We would love to hear how your special pet has touched your life. If you would like to share your story and/or a picture of your pet with us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted on: Tuesday April 22
Carla — whose name is now Nina — is just perfect. She has GROWN so much since we brought her home. We’d named her Nina b/c she was so petite, but I suspect she’s going to be a big girl after all!
She settled in just fine. She used the litter box right off the bat! She’s great with my 2-year-old daughter, too. Nina is very playful with LOADS of energy, yet she’s adorably snuggly when she’s ready to zonk out.
Attached is a pic of her enjoying the sunshine (as I think we all did) on Monday.
Many thanks for checking in!
Posted on: Tuesday April 22
On April 1, 2014, Corky turned 10 years old. He came to us when he was three. The Lost Dog (you can get -shirts with their tag-line: lost (adj): 1. unable to find the way. 2. not appreciated or understood. 3. no longer owned or known) rescue group was holding an adoption fair at the pet store when I went in to get some cat food. Corky greeted me at the door, sitting down right in front of me, with that look (you’ll see it here). He has been with us ever since that moment and is more “part of the family” than we could ever have imagined.He found his way. He is appreciated and understood. He is known, and he is loved. He is no longer lost.Watch Corky’s movie here.
Posted on: Sunday April 20
Posted on: Tuesday April 15
When we walked into PetSmart over MLK weekend we had no idea we would be taking home a new family member that day. Honestly, we don’t think Kingston knew either considering how nonchalant he was with us on the drive home. Well… as soon as we got home we learned that out little guy is a cuddler and we all fell in love with each other over the next couple of days. Who knew a little 30lb brown furball could bring such joy to our lives?
We hope Kingston has it easier these days than in his past life (all we know is that he is a rescue from Puerto Rico). He loves cuddling on the couch and bed. He absolutely lives for his daily walks especially when we go exploring our neighborhood lake. He often gets spoiled rotten with treats, fortunately we were able to teach him a couple “tricks” to earn them. When my husband comes home from work, Kingston goes wild with excitement. It’s the cutest thing to see them both greeting each other!
We are extremely happy Kingston is part of our family and can’t picture it any other way. Thank you Lost Dog for making this possible!
Posted on: Monday April 14
Posted on: Wednesday April 9
Hi there!Sampson (now Professor Butterscotch, or PB for short) is doing very well. He’s a great addition to our family.PB is very affectionate — he loves being near his humans. Like all cats, he’s sleepy during the day. We’ll often find him in a chair or a cabinet. (He’s figured out how to bat open the cabinets with his paws.) At night, he loves to play with his scratching post and mouse toy. Sometimes he’s interested in the laser pointer, but it’s not nearly as fun for him as toys that have tails.He’s a great eater, although he shows little interest in wet food. We’re still working on that — trying different brands and textures, putting it in the microwave for a few seconds to increase the “stink factor,” something that’s worked well with other cats in my life. He drinks a fair amount of water, so we’re not overly concerned. No problems whatsoever with the litter box.Professor Butterscotch has been wonderful for our boys too (they’re 11 and 13). It’s very cool to see them interacting with an animal. We’re working with them on reading PB’s “signs” for when he doesn’t want to be picked up or cuddled. We haven’t had any behavioral problems.Thanks to you all for helping us with the adoption process. He’s a sweet cat, and we love having him in our lives.Pictures attached.
Posted on: Wednesday April 9
She is doing so well. She has been renamed, Miss Bella. Your advice on introducing Miss Bella to her brother was most helpful. It also helps that she has claws and doesn’t let the dominant male cat push her around.
She also met her vet, who says Miss Bella is off to a great start.
When she first joined our home, she didn’t want to be petted or held. But she has taken a strong liking to being brushed and the brushing has led to trust. She now sleeps touching me and likes to be petted and rubbed. She loves to play with the myriad, neglected mouse toys laying about the house. Upon making the bed, I usually find she has brought several to bed with her. We love our new kitty. She has worked her way into our home and hearts. We have returned the crate you loaned me, but we are keeping the Bella puss.
Posted on: Friday April 4
Many thanks for the opportunity to adopt Rosebud (now Roxy). She settled in beautifully and very quickly started playing with our other LDCR treeing walker coonhound, Scout. She sleeps with our daughter every night and bonded with her almost immediately. No accidents or any destructive behavior–she’s an absolutely perfect girl and was exactly as you described her.Here are a few pictures of her in her new home.Thanks again for Roxy and all the work you do!
Posted on: Wednesday April 2
Hi! Stella, now known as Smidge, is fitting in well with our other cats. Speck, our 12 year old male, adores her. They are often times snuggled up together. Zelda, she was adopted from LDCR about 4 years ago, loves her as well and they are often playing together. Cricket, another LDCR cat, well, she is tolerant. She is still hisses at Smidge, but that’s it. When we got Cricket it took a while for her to get out of the hissing phase, so I know in time it will be fine. I’m glad you guys exist. 3 of our cats are rescues from LDCR and we couldn’t be happier. (Speck is also a rescue, but he is from the MSPCA-Angell Boston).
Posted on: Tuesday April 1
We cannot begin to express what a joy this dog is to us since we first got him back last August. It had taken us 4 years from when our pug had passed away and the moment we saw Junior (BOOTS) we knew he was the one. I think these wonderful ears drew us in.
He has adjusted so well to us, our home and even our cat Merle!
His foster parents did such a nice job with training him and giving him such love because it shows. Thank you for all that you did and continue to do to help these dogs.
Junior makes us smile and gives us such love! He is such fun whether we take him for walks (he is so good on the leash too!) or he is running through the house with his latest toy in his mouth.
Here is a picture of him with his favorite winter jacket which he just loves showing off. Coming from Georgia he definitely liked to stay warm with this this winter. !!