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My sister recently lost their dog named Bella…so we did decide to change our Bella to Miss Molly. We wanted to have her own identity, she is definitely a Miss Molly and we love her.
She was 14 lbs when we got her and she had a recent appointment and is now 28 lbs! We thought she would tower over the other puppies at the puppy play time…but surprisingly she is a very slender and delicate 28 lbs! She is so sweet.
Molly has a good friend Rudy, who is our daughter’s rescue. Rudy is about 7 and the two can play for hours…literally.
On her first walk on the rail trail, she met 2 dogs, saw a bicycle and saw two horses!
Molly likes the snow but is not too happy when she cannot get a scent. We got 22″ our first storm..so we were pretty happy that it didn’t freak her out.
A puppy is a lot of energy, but we are stepping up to the challenge and she goes to sleep before us!! That’s a win!
Molly is also pretty smart..already does sit, paw, down, stay and come. Hasn’t gotten fetch quite down yet, but I think she is going to like agility and she is just so sweet.
It’s been a slow process getting Buster to adjust. I think he had a tough go of it the 6 months before being surrendered… he just turned 10 years old in November.
I am so happy to report that he’s eating, drinking, and doing his business. He is well loved on and he’s coming out of hiding. He is very active at night. He has lot’s of toys and a lot of room to call his own. He loves his cat tower that we have by our big front bay window. I have finally been able to pet him! He comes out and hangs out when I am doing school work. I even got to kiss the top of his head this past weekend!
Buster is a beautiful Maine Coon with HUGE front paws. I call them his “man paws.”
Tally officially made me a “cat mom” on October 27th, 2019. She was the first kitten I saw and she chose me right away when she nuzzled up against the cage.
She adapted quickly to her surroundings and loves to snuggle with her mama every day, as you can see in this picture.
Tally is adventurous, energetic, and enjoys meeting and playing with new people. My little companion has found her forever home.
Thank you Northeast Animal Shelter!
We adopted Kodi in November.
He has the best temperament and is such a cuddle bug!!
He has adjusted wonderfully and is the center of our family!!
It took a few days for Luna to adjust to the environment but so far we are: crate trained, potty-trained, on a normal food/bathroom routine, we just finished teething, we already are spayed, and we understand basic commands like sit, stay, and kennel…come is still a work in progress.
We can do that perfectly inside but Luna loves being outside so it’s hard for her to come back inside sometimes – especially with snow! She loves snow!
Franklin is just the best. I renamed Jacques (after Jacques Cousteau) because he’s a little explorer who’s constantly on the move, checking everything out.
He is the goofiest and most playful cat I’ve ever met. He really, really loves playing fetch. He wakes me up at dawn most mornings by dropping a toy mouse on my face to get me to wake up and play already. His favorite new game (which I sadly have yet to capture in a video) is running at top speed and diving into his cat cave/bed so it slides across the wood floors. He does it over and over again.
He’s a smart little thing (figured out how to open his pet carrier en route to the vet, which was an adventure). And he’s very sweet–almost a month in and I’ve still never heard him hiss, not even at the vet. He settled in pretty immediately, and will eat just about anything (fallen broccoli included), except, of course, his dry food. All in all, he’s a delight and we get on wonderfully.