I have stayed in touch, followed Macy (now called Maizy) on Facebook and even visited her. It was wonderful to see her settled in her new home with her new mom and two Chihuahua brothers. She lives on a lake where she can look out the picture window and watch the boats in the summer, enjoy the beautiful foliage in the fall and go ice skating in the winter.
Since Macy left in October, I have had a couple of very short term foster puppies – one 5 month old for about four days while he was waiting for his new family to be able to take him and another who was about 4 or 5 months old who was found as a stray by a friend and just needed a place to crash for the night.
Now my friends at Red Hook have asked me to foster again. I was hoping to wait until the spring and the nice weather but, apparently that was not to be. My newest foster arrived Sunday night. Her name is Buffy and she is adorable, and very eager to train me and Mickey. Now it is my job to see that she does not – which is hard because she is so darn cute.
As you can see, Buffy is a bit thin and it is cold out here in New England so I would like to thank my friend Lisa Luperella of Grateful Pawz for donating a beautiful hand-made winter coat for Buffy.
Lisa will many times donate coats to shelter and rescue dogs so, if you are looking for a coat for your pet, please support Lisa and Grateful Pawz. You can check out her fabulous designs here.
As Buffy settles in and we get to know each other better, I’m sure there will be lots of fun ahead so stay tuned. And as always, please consider fostering a dog and helping to save a life. You’ll be glad you did.