I had just put down my 2 cats 8 months apart at the age of 14 . Geronimo had a very large tumor in his stomach and Pasquale had incurable tumor on his butt. (They were siblings from the same mom) . I raised them from the age of 5 weeks old.
I hated coming home from work to not being greeted by my babies at the door. Home wasn’t a home without a cat or two.
So my daughter & I went to NEAS and we found Bella (her name was Dumpling then). She was 9 weeks old and the cutest calico kitty ever. Someone was holding her and as soon as they put her down we swept her up and adopted her.
She is 8 yrs old now and a mommy’s girl. She’s the sweetest and the biggest Diva ever. I love my baby girl💞. She gets me through some hard times and when I’m sad she’s makes everything alright with her little goofy self. I am so happy we chose her.
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We adopted Miller (formerly Henry) last month. Our little buddy follows us every where we go. He is the best cuddler and loves a good game of fetch. He’s even ventured into the woods for some hikes!
Miller’s favorite activity is grabbing one of his many squeaker toys and incessantly squeaking it until we wake up. Soon after Squeakerfest 2018, Miller will go back to sleep.
Miller is making great strides and meeting close family and friends. He’s met his grandpawrents and is in love! The feeling is mutual. He loves to say hello to other small dog friends. He is building some confidence with bigger dogs but prefers to stay close by the mom and dad.
We are so in love with Miller and can’t imagine our life without him. Thank you NEAS for helping us find the right pup. Miller is pawfect!
Lyla is doing well and adjusting nicely to her new home.
We went to vet last Friday and she’s doing just fine health wise. She gets lots of walks and loves my Aunts’ two labs so much that we visit them weekly.
She’s had no problem adjusting to food, she loves the whole hearted organic food. She’s a wild child with a big heart!
Luna is doing amazing and her and her big brother, Guiness, love each other so much!
She is learning to not pull on the leash and she is getting better every time with her car sickness! I think she’s starting to realize the car is a fun thing and not scary. She does amazing with other people and dogs, and when we have people over she gets excited to greet them when they come in! She was also around children and she was very sweet with them.
Luna has also learned to like the crate when we leave as she is a heavy chewer so we don’t want to let her roam. When we are about to leave we say “go in your crate” and she knows to go right in and gets a treat. She is a shoe thief but doesn’t chew them! She just likes to drag them out to the living room.
We adopted Dallas (formally Tiana) from NEAS and we couldn’t be happier. We absolutely love her.
She is our first dog and she is very sweet, extremely smart, and the best cuddler ever. She is now abut 7 1/2 months and weighs just about 26 lbs. Dallas is starting to love the water and on numerous occasions has travelled with us to local lakes.
She hardly ever barks but when she does she wants to play. She goes on hikes with us regularly and duck jerky is her favorite treat!
We adopted Khaleesi (formerly Jane) on 12/1/15.
On 10/15/16, my wife had a life threatening medical emergency. She was in the ICU for 5 weeks and had 3 separate crises when she was not expected to live. If it were not for the love of our fur daughter, Khaleesi, I would not have been able to get through those horrific days.
Since then, I have been diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. Khaleesi is my rock, my constant companion, and one of the loves of my life. I thought we were rescuing her when we adopted her. In fact, she rescued us. We love her more than words can say. She is my strength.
Anacapri (formerly Tiana) is amazing. We couldn’t be happier with her and the entire process at NEAS. We are from Long Island and fell in love with her on a trip to Boston.
We had to make our way back to get her and the staff was kind enough to keep us updated on her status as she was on antibiotics, making sure we were there the minute she became available for adoption.
We adore her and are giving her all of the love and care she deserves.
Gus (formerly Dallas) is doing great! We noticed he really wasn’t responding to Dallas, so we changed his name to Gus, and he loves it. He is really settling in and seems very happy and well adjusted to our home. He is doing great! He loves running around on the beach and in the woods daily, leaping over logs and scaling walls on the hunt.