We adopted Miss Mae (formerly Bella) from the Homeless Pets Foundation in July 2012. She was only seven weeks old and had been left by herself in a box outside of a Wal-Mart before being turned in to Homeless Pets. Now almost two, Miss Mae is such an important part of our family and we can’t imagine our lives without her. She is the cutest girl and has such a big personality! She loves playing outside in the yard, loves going to doggy daycare and playing with her friends, and snuggles up with us in bed every night. She is great with kids, and we think she will be a wonderful big sister to our first (human) baby in a few weeks! We love her so much! Thank you, Homeless Pets! I have attached pictures of Miss Mae as a little puppy when we first adopted her and with us at our wedding last April. -Sarah Peters
Ichabod came to us as a tiny baby who’d been orphaned. Now he has a new home with a soon to be empty nester. Happy purrs sweet boy!
Bye-bye Buttercup! The family met her at Petsmart, went home to think about it and decided their Bichon Frise would like a friend and so would they. Happy beginnings to this little pup! Thank you for adopting!
Sisters Pocahontas and Penny found their forever homes! Congratulations to these two and their new families!
Occasionally we rescue a dog who struggles to be adoption-ready. Their bad prior life rendered them tricky to re-home. Harley was part of a neglect/hoarding case. She’d been kept in poor conditions for so long that when we rescued her, she had no idea how to respond. As a result, some of our volunteers walked…